Published in Women's Health Weekly, April 19th, 2001
Researchers at Alfred Hospital in Australia studied 241 men and 222 women for three days after undergoing surgery to identify differences in the quality of recovery between the sexes (Myles et al., "Sex differences in speed of emergence and quality of recovery after anaesthesia: Cohort study," BMJ, March 25, 2001).
Paul S. Myles and colleagues found that women emerged significantly more quickly than men from general anesthesia but overall...
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