General anesthesia used during liposuction surgery carries with it certain risks that should be researched thoroughly before this type of procedure is considered
While it may seem like a quick way to lose a lot of weight, the risks of liposuction surgery for obese people are so great that doctors will advise against the procedure due to the many complications that can arise
Although rare, liposuction problems that can arise include the risks of anesthesia, blood clots, injury to abdominal organs, excessive IV fluids, excessive blood loss, hypothermia and infections
Liposuction surgery can be a great choice if you are looking to lose a little fat, but it is important to consider the risks and weigh up all the safety concerns before undergoing the procedure.
Lidocaine anesthesia is the safest choice of all the available local anesthetic drugs for tumescent liposuction but toxicity and other side effects are still possible