Anal anesthesia

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The majority of anorectal conditions are treated surgically only if symptoms persist after a trial of conservative therapy. If patient selection and intraoperative and postoperative care are appropriate, most anal procedures can be performed on an outpatient basis. What is the risk of delay in order to obtain additional preoperative information? Patients should be optimized preoperatively prior to proceeding given that anorectal surgery is rarely emergent and infrequently urgent. Emergent: Anorectal abscesses can lead to systemic sepsis and require immediate surgical drainage. Urgent: Acute hemorrhoidal crisis is a rare event that results from acutely prolapsed, gangrenous, incarcerated, or thrombosed hemorrhoids.

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Ambulatory surgery is appropriate for most anorectal pathology. Ambulatory anorectal surgery can be performed at reduced cost compared with inpatient procedures with excellent safety, improved efficiency, and high levels of patient satisfaction. Several perioperative strategies are employed to control pain and avoid urinary retention, including the use of a multimodal pain regimen and restriction of intravenous fluids. Ambulatory anorectal surgery often utilizes standardized order sets and discharge instructions. Prior to the s, most anorectal surgery was performed in a hospital environment, and involved a stay in the hospital that could last for several nights as the patient recovered. Over time, it became evident that most anorectal procedures did not require such an elaborate recovery, and could instead be performed in an ambulatory fashion.

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Hemorrhoids pp Cite as. The following three types of anesthesia are applicable for anal surgery: local, regional spinal, caudal , or general anesthesia. Skip to main content.
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