July 2, 2022


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The Anesthesia Effects of Different Patients Cover the Song After the Surgery, The Voice Is Very Mesmerizing

Patients who are operated on will usually receive anesthesia. The effects caused by anesthetics for each patient are different.

Recently, a video went viral on social media of a patient singing after surgery because of the effects of the anesthetic. The viral video was first uploaded by TikTok user floplo16. The video was re-uploaded by the kepoin_trending Instagram account.

“After being sedated, fly said carelessly, no. Cover songs, yes,” written in the video as quoted by Yoursay.id, Friday (17/06/2022).

Video footage shows a female patient lying on a bed and a doctor nearby. This patient recently underwent surgery.

When the operation was finished, the patient experienced the effects of the anesthetic. The effect is that the patient sings.

She sang the song ‘The Power of Love’ by Celine Dion. The voice of this patient is so good that it makes people amazed to hear it.

He sings the song in high notes without being fake even while lying on the bed. Her voice was stable throughout singing a song from the world’s pop diva, Celine Dion.

The accompanying doctor accompanied his patient to sing along. The doctor also gave a thumbs up as a sign that the patient’s voice was indeed very good.

Her voice is so stunning

This patient’s voice is excellent. (Instagram/kepoin_trending)

The doctor can treat the patient while being comforted by his golden voice. According to the description in the video, the patient who was given the anesthetic effect was singing in the new operating room, the woman alone.

“Fly anesthesia effect, the only patient singing in the operating room pa,” description in the video.

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The voice of the patient singing the song ‘The Power of Love’ by Celine Dion was praised by netizens.

“Wow, that sounds cool,” compliments from netizens.

Oh my god it’s really good, it takes the pain away like that,” said another.

“But it sounds really good,” added another.

“It’s still better if you sing. The voice is good too. In the past, I used to scream because I was hurt by people and carried it down to my subconscious,” said another netizen.

Several netizens reminded whether recording a patient does not violate the doctor’s code of ethics? Apart from that, the original video itself has been watched 4.5 million times by TikTok users.