Home About Us the Rabbis Contact Us


what's new on Revach
Parshas Tzav: Rabbeinu Bachaye - Covering the Shame of Sinners

Parshas Pinchas: Rav Yehonoson Eibshitz - Where did Zimri the Great Tzaddik go Wrong?

Showering the Night Before a Taanis

Ha Lachma Anya: Rav Eliyahu Dessler - Celebrating Freedom With Poor Bread

Rav Yaakov Edelstein - The Two Words He Wanted to Be Able to Speak
 
[view all questions in this category]

Section: Questions   Category: Halacha
Halacha - Gomeil
Submitted by Levi Bookin  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
Question:
Answer:

If general anesthetic is being used then HaGomel is always recited, Even if the procedure is being done only with the use of a local anesthetic, the Steipler writes that an eye surgery is always considered sakana and requires HaGomel.

posted:2008-09-10 04:42:27


printable version     email to a friend
 

Send Your Comments
Name optional
Display my name?
Yes   No
EMAIL optional
Your email address is kept private.
COMMENTS required
Type Image Code REQUIRED IMAGE CODE
    Most Viewed Lists
  1. "Zissen" Pesach
  2. Toivel Hot water Urn
  3. Bracha for bANANAS
  4. sprinkler on Shabbos clock
  5. shaving body
    Last Viewed
  1. Gomeil
  2. siman ra
  3. nail extensions
  4. double oven
  5. dishes not to be used for Pesach