1. Study Found Cannabis Users Needed 200% More Sedation  Healthline
  2. Cannabis users may need more anesthesia for surgery  Reuters
  3. Cannabis users need 220% more anesthesia to undergo surgery, study finds  Daily Mail
  4. If You Use Cannabis, It Could Take Twice As Much Anesthesia to Sedate You  Gizmodo
  5. Cannabis users needed up to twice the sedation for medical procedures, small study says  CNN
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People who use cannabis regularly may need up to two times more sedation if they undergo a medical procedure, a new study claims. Users were defined as those who self-reported using cannabis — by smoking or ingesting edibles — on a daily or weekly basis.People who use cannabis regularly may need up to two times more sedation if they undergo a medical procedure, a new study claims. Users were defined as those who self-reported using cannabis — by smoking or ingesting edibles — on a daily or weekly basis.

Study Found Cannabis Users Needed 200% More Sedation

(Reuters Health) - People who regularly use cannabis may need more than twice the usual dose of anesthesia for surgery, a U.S. study suggests.(Reuters Health) - People who regularly use cannabis may need more than twice th...

Cannabis users may need more anesthesia for surgery - Reuters

The report comes from a small study of 250 surgery patients in Colorado, where marijuana has been legal medically and recreationally since 2012.The report comes from a small study of 250 surgery patients in Colorado, where marijuana has been legal medically and recreationally since 2012.

Cannabis users need 220% more anesthesia to undergo surgery, study finds  | Daily Mail Online

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People who regularly use cannabis may need two times the level of sedation required by nonusers when undergoing medical procedures, a small-scale study finds. Fentanyl, midazolam and propofol,...People who regularly use cannabis may need two times the level of sedation required by nonusers when undergoing medical procedures, a small-scale study finds. Fentanyl, midazolam and propofol, three sedation drugs commonly used during endoscopic procedures, were compared in the research.

Cannabis users needed up to twice the sedation for medical...

With "continued increase in legalization and use of cannabis, the field of anesthesia and sedation needs further studies with greater depth," wrote the authors of the study, published...With "continued increase in legalization and use of cannabis, the field of anesthesia and sedation needs further studies with greater depth," wrote the authors of the study, published Monday in The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association.

Study: Cannabis users needed up to twice the sedation for medical procedures