Our expert says:
They probably used a new kind of anaesthetic called Diprivan - it is given intravenously. The nice thing about this is, that as soon as the drip stops, you wake up and it does not cause nausea. Some of the older inhalation anaesthetics are soluble/stored in fat, and gives you a "hang-over" for hours to days after the anaesthetic
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