Anesthesia for treatment of wakiga and hyperhidrosis

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It has become hot…

The number of consultations on wakiga and hyperhidrosis has increased.


This hospital is the only country in the country that recommends the EL method with no permanent effect and no downtime.


People tend to focus on treatment, but anesthesia is important before treatment.

This anesthesia can never be ignored for safety management.


A 28-year-old woman died of an anesthesia error during a wakiga operation at a cosmetic surgery clinic in Tokyo (2000, 12, 08 day every day)Documentary examination of a doctor who was killed by an anesthesia mistakeAnd many media reported.
The doctor in charge was sent out due to negligence on the job, and the administrative punishment was suspended for 3 months.

Rather than being an immature anesthesia for an unskilled physician, it is considered that the patient was overdose by injecting a large amount of high-concentration local anesthesia (xylocaine), causing the patient to stop breathing and die.

A large amount of anesthesia is required for surgeryTherefore, the burden on the body due to anesthesia is inevitable.

* In EL (Electrolysis) method, anesthesia is anesthesia of 0.1 to 0.2% xylocaine, 1 / 10 to 1 / 20 used at the time of surgery. In other words, it seems that anesthesia that is tens of times the amount of EL (Electrolysis) is often used for surgery.

Mixing physiological saline with a concentration of 0.2% E-xylocaine (1-2% anesthetic used in cosmetic surgery may use 15-20cc or more. This is not a heavy burden on the body). We will adjust the pH by mixing so that the pain of anesthesia can be reduced as much as possible.