I will be having a total knee replacment in the near furture. My concern is that since the menopause, I have developed a benign arrythmia. I am wondering if the meds used for the spinal, the sedation as well as for pain control will affect the arrythmia? Thank you
Hi lady j, Do you know what they call the arrhythmia you have? Something Atrial Fibrillation. I am sure, or make sure the surgeon, or more importantly The anesthesiologist Know your condition. You may want your cardiologist to consult them both before surgery. Surgery is done all the time on people with certain arrhythmia. If you know drop a line
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