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The amendment’s third section, which allows for a president to temporarily cede power and duties to a vice president, was used once after Ronald Reagan was shot and twice when George W. Bush underwent surgery under general anesthesia.
Comparatively, treating cavities in young children, especially those with special needs often involves sedation or general anesthesia, both of which have additional health risks for the patient.
This allows patients to avoid having a breathing tube and possible pulmonary complications that may come from general anesthesia.
Early the next morning, with Mrs. Royer under general anesthesia, the surgery began in an overheated operating room ideal for the fetus but sweltering for doctors and nurses in caps, gloves and surgical gowns.
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