Department of Anesthesiology provides 24-hour anesthesia facilities for surgery, obstetrics and certain diagnostic or therapeutic procedures. Our team includes a full-fledged team of certified critical care anesthetists who also takes care of the intensive care unit and provides necessary critical care support to the emergency department and the related departments in the hospital and also provides pain relief for the mother while managing the life functions of both the mother and the baby.
The team of anesthetists will evaluate and check you before the procedure to assess your health condition and provide necessary counseling and also tell you about the preoperative measures to be followed before any admission. The medical practitioners provide care for you after your surgery in intensive care units and with pain management on the wards with specialist doctors from each specialty to assist the consulting physician.
- Emergency and ICU management
- Administration of anesthesia in all subspecialties
- Anesthesia for painless delivery (epidural analgesia)
- Preoperative medical evaluations
- Management of acute and chronic pain
- Anesthesia for radiology, endoscopy and dentistry outside OT.
- Anesthesia equipment’s
- Anesthesia work station
- Multi-para monitors
- Pa checkup room
- Pain clinic
- Departmental library
- Demonstration / class room with intubating manequinn
- Faculty offices
Useful info and health tips
How can you prepare for anesthesia?
- Know when to stop eating and drinking. Your doctor will tell you when to stop eating and drinking before your surgery. If you take any medicines regularly, ask your doctor or nurse if you should take your medicines on the day before or the day of your surgery.
- Try to stay calm. Many people are nervous before they have anesthesia and surgery. Mental relaxation methods, such as guided imagery or meditation, can help you relax. And some medicines can help you relax.
- Plan ahead for going home. Ask a friend or a family member to drive you home. Don’t plan to drive yourself.
If your child is having surgery or a procedure, you can help him or her prepare. Let your child know what to expect. Be honest if he or she might feel pain. Be sure to tell your child that you will be close by.