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Smoking cosmetic surgery complication

Smoking is bad for your body and increases the risk of cancer in different organs in the body and your cardiovascular system. Here are the risks if you smoke before your surgery;

  1. Your heart gets less oxygen.
    2. Your veins can easily get clotted.
    3. You will find that it is very hard to breathe during and after surgery.
    4. It makes wounds heal more slowly and also increases the chances of bad scarring.
    5. It reduces the effects of certain anesthetic drugs during surgery.

There are different components of cigarettes that affect the body. Nicotine increases the heart rate and blood pressure, making the heart to supply more oxygen. Carbon monoxide competes with oxygen that gives the body a hard time to get the needed oxygen. Many chemicals in cigarettes can make blood get thicker causes blood clots. Respiratory system has cilia, which are like little hairs that move mucus out of the lungs; smoking impairs the motion of the cilia, which increases the likelihood of your airways and makes it harder to breathe and increase aspiration risk.

The critical process when it comes to cosmetic surgery is the healing process. Scars of a tummy tuck or breast surgery may heal longer. Breast surgery has a greater chance of problems with the survival of the nipple and areola if they are transferred to anatomical locationSmoking can interfere with general anesthesia during surgery that can interfere heart rate and break down aesthetic doses.

Studies show that smoking increases the chance of death within 30 days of surgery by nearly 40%. Statistics shows that smokers are more likely to have a cardiac arrest. These studies were performed on patients who undergo procedures like colon procedures, breast surgeries, appendix removal, and hysterectomy. When you have surgery it is recommended to quit smoking at least 2-3 weeks before surgery. Smoking increases inflammation and complication rates. This video discussed the complications that can occur with smoking.


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