Anesthesia

In surgeries, anesthesia is one of the most important areas of concern and people need to be very informed about. Doctor B’s primary goal is a safe and comfortable operation for his patients and a quick recovery period with minimal or no pain and considers anesthesia as important as the operation. Therefore, Doctor B has created an anesthesia team, a team of highly skilled professionals who have been working with him for many years. 


Benefits

  • Exceptionally skilled team
  • İnvasive or non-invasive applications, anesthesia team will always be right beside you
  • individualised anesthesia
  • Multiple anesthesia techniques.


For Doctor B and his anesthesia team, the most important thing is, the patient's psychological condition, anesthesiologist team play a vital role in a patient’s medical care, making decisions to protect and regulate critical life functions throughout the entire surgical experience.

A "sleeping" patient under anaesthesia is probably in the most vulnerable position imaginable. It is normal for one to be anxious when thinking that they cannot be in control of their own body. At this point,anesthesiologist steps in they help you feel minimal pain, discomfort, safe surgical experience and most importantly help you control your anxiety levels and emotions.

Regardless of any invasive or non-invasive applications, anesthesiologists are always right beside you. They use highly advanced electronic devices that constantly display patients, blood pressure, blood oxygen levels, heart function, and breathing patterns.

You will have the opportunity to discuss your preferences with your anesthesiologist prior to surgery. Regardless of the type, general or local anesthesia, all have their own advantages and disadvantages. Patients preference, state of mind and safety of the patient is most important for Doctor B and his team.

   

Who is an anesthesiologist?

Anesthesiologists are physicians who specialise in the care of surgical patients and pain relief. They administer drugs (anesthetics) that reduce or eliminate the sensation of pain during an operation or other medical procedure. During the procedure, Doctor B and his team work in harmony so that it is comfortable and safe for the patients and they carefully monitor patients throughout surgery and during recovery. 

Anesthesia types

1. Local Anesthesia

Local anesthesia is a type of anesthesia, which is used to prevent pain in a specific area and patient is conscious.

2. Intravenous Sedation

This is a technique whereby a sedating drug is injected directly into a patient's vein. It is designed to help you relax during your treatment, you will remain conscious and you will be able to understand and respond to verbal commands.  

3. Regional Anesthesia

Regional anesthesia (also known as nerve blocks or peripheral nerve block) is used to block the sensation in a specific part of your body during and after surgery. The anesthesia may be given around nerves or into veins in your arms, neck, or legs (nerve block or Bier block). Or it may be sent into the spinal fluid (spinal anesthesia) or into the space just outside the spinal fluid (epidural anesthesia). 

4. General Anesthesia

General anaesthesia is a state of controlled unconsciousness. During a general anaesthetic, you're unaware of surgery and don't move or feel pain while it's carried out. General anaesthesia is essential for some surgical procedures where it may be safer or more comfortable for you to be unconscious. General anesthesia is administered by injection or through a breathing mask, or sometimes both. In order to control your breathing, patients are intubated, which is the insertion of a flexible tube down the windpipe. 

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