Object the overall incidence of complications or adverse events in spinal surgery is unknown both prospective and retrospective analyses have been performed but the results have not been critically assessed procedures for different regions of the spine cervical and thoracolumbar and the incidence of complications for each have been reported but not compared. Spine surgery risks and potential complications anesthesia risks most spine surgeries are performed under general anesthesia you will be given medication through an bleeding the techniques your spine surgeon uses from incision to closure of the surgical wound are meticulously blood clots . When surgery is done near the spine and spinal cord these complications if they occur can be very serious complications could involve subsequent pain and impairment and the need for additional surgery you should discuss the complications associated with surgery with your doctor before surgery. The postoperative complications of spine surgery have recently been an object of study due to growing concerns with reduction of hospital costs and improvement of healthcare services from a humanitarian standpoint complications are also a major issue due to their potential to cause suffering and stress to patients themselves to their families and to their surgeons
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