Anesthesia causing paralysis

What is Anesthesia causing paralysis?

The exact cause of prolonged paralysis with anesthesia in some people isn't known. It could be the stress of the surgery and/or any of the anesthetic drugs. Ion channels that normally open when acetylcholine docks on membrane receptors don't function normally, and people experience temporary paralysis attacks in response to a dietary, exercise, stress-related and other environmental changes.

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My husband recently had lumbar surgery..he was intubated. following surgery he developed laryngitis and dysphagia since.
He never exhibited these...

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The post operative dysphagia could be due to either edema of the posterior pharyngeal wall following intubation, arytenoid...

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