When Mark Rosen was being prepped for emergency chest surgery, he had every expectation that his experience would be the same as that of most other surgical patients.
Instead, Rosen, a 20-year-old college student at the time, endured a nightmare experience — one that was far from the norm.
"I knew something was wrong," he recalled, "feeling them cutting. I remember wanting to push away, but you're paralyzed. You can't move, you can't open your eyes … the fright of being locked in."
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