PMID: 2048657Jun 1, 1991Paper

Incidence of awareness with recall during general anaesthesia

Anaesthesia
W H LiuA R Aitkenhead

Abstract

One thousand patients who were anaesthetised between February and April 1990 at University Hospital, Nottingham were interviewed between 20 and 36 hours after their operation. Patients under 16 years of age, those who had undergone obstetric or intracranial surgery, those who were unable to communicate and patients who were discharged from hospital before the postoperative visit were not interviewed. A standard set of questions was used to determine the incidences of recall of events and dreams during the operation. These incidences were 0.2% and 0.9% respectively, considerably lower than reported in previous comparable studies.

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