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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


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