The answer, as you may be aware, is obstetric simulations.
These simulations are the kind of thing you’ll see in a doctor’s office or on a hospital floor when the doctor wants to make sure you don’t have a major surgery.
They involve the patient being sedated, and when the sedation wears off, the patient is placed on a bed, which is then removed and placed on the operating table.
A simulated surgery can last anywhere from 10 minutes to an hour, depending on the size of the surgery.
And because the patient has been sedated and the anesthesia is still working, the surgeon is still able to operate.
However, it’s important to remember that the patient’s body is in control of the operation, so the surgeon will not be able to use the patient for anesthesia.
So, as with most elective procedures, there are risks.
You should consult your physician before undergoing any of these procedures.