General anesthesia is the dosing of multiple medications by a specially trained medical professional (often an anesthetist, a specialized nurse) who is responsible for administering the right amount to maintain the individual's unconscious state and manage pain with muscle relaxants and painkillers. The anesthetized person won't remember any events while under the influence of the anesthesia.
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