Anesthesiology/Perception of time

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DayDream wrote at 2013-02-18 19:02:25
Strange, the same happened to me too. I had some very very vivid dream. It was so beautiful I felt I never wanted to leave. I also found it extremely important and I even thought that I finally found the 'real' world. When I woke up I was still in the surgery room on the table with everyone in it. I was so confused. I tried to make a sense of what is happening, so in split second I came up with several ideas and sticked to one I believed was the truth. Which was that since the dream was so extremely real, this is all something like Matrix and I am waking up in the other world, where they found out I am on to them... so after I felt sorry for myself for a second I started to feel agitated and wanted to leave. Fortunately it all happened so fast, and another couple of second later I gave into the idea that this world is the real one and I am indeed in the hospital :D  


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Rex Russell

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Any question dealing with general anesthesia issues. With particular emphasis on regional anesthesia.

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I am a board certified anesthesiologist, graduated from residency in 2004 from Johns Hopkins Hospital. I have since worked as an anesthesiologist first in the Air Force for three years and then most recently in Texas in Private Practice.

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Texas Medical Association Texas society of Anesthesiologists American Society of Anesthesiologists

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BS, BYU MD, U of Texas, Galveston Intern-St. Joe's Hospital, Phx, AZ Internal Medicine Residency-Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD

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