Anaesthesia is a medical treatment that is used to induce a subconscious state to prevent patients from feeling pain and make their bodies stable during procedures like surgery, certain screening and diagnostic tests, tissue sample removal, and dental work. This allows people to have procedures without fear and allows them to live a happy and healthy life.
To induce anaesthesia, doctors use drugs commonly called anaesthetics. These drugs differ based on their intended use and effects, as well as the kinds of surgeries they are mainly used for. The types of anaesthetic drugs include general, regional, and local anaesthetics. General anaesthetics are used to make patients unconscious during the procedure. Local and regional anaesthetics, on the other hand, are effective in numbing parts of the body, allowing surgeons to operate on that specific area of the body. A doctor who specialises in anaesthesia is known as an anesthesiologist. At Promed Hospitals, we have the best anesthesiology department that is equipped with world-class facilities and a skilled and experienced team of anesthesiologists to make your anaesthetic experience smooth and effective.
Procedures for inducing anaesthesia include the following:
An anaesthesiologist’s role usually involves the following duties or protocols:
Whether it’s a complex surgical procedure or a simple outpatient surgery, you can trust our expert team of anesthesiologists and trained hospital staff to guide you through your anaesthetic and surgical procedure with the most dedicated and personalised care. At Promed Hospitals, the well-being and satisfaction of our patients are our top priority and we do everything we can to match your level of comfort and convenience.