Anaesthesia

Centre for Anaesthesia

Overview

Sarvodaya Hospital has an extremely skillful department of Anaesthesia with one of the finest and highly qualified team of anaesthesiologists. We provide a comprehensive range of anaesthetic services to support surgeries, critical care, and pain management. Department of anaesthesia utilizes most advanced, safe and patient-centric techniques to ensure 100% patient safety before, during and after anaesthetic procedures.

We aim to provide specialized care and planning for all surgical specialties that include Neurosurgery, Cardiology, Paediatrics, Gynaecology, Obstetrics, Neonatal, Oncology, General surgeries, ENT, Plastic surgery, Renal Transplant and other departments.

Our department received appreciation for successfully anaesthetizing a premature baby weighing 1.16 kg for craniotomy.

We were also acclaimed for performing brain surgery of a young man under peripheral nerve blocks in which the patient was awake and was working on his laptop while his skull was opened and brain was operated upon.

Anaesthesia services are available for both inpatient and outpatient surgeries.

Type of anaesthesia provided to patients:

  • Local anaesthesia: numbs a small area of the body
  • Conscious or intravenous sedation: mild sedative to relax the patient and pain medicine to relieve pain
  • Regional anaesthesia: blocks pain in a targeted area of the body, such an arm or leg. For example - Epidural anaesthesia during childbirth
  • General anaesthesia: acts on the whole body
  • Peripheral nerve blocks: Blocks transmission of ‘pain signals’ to brain from target area of the body without affecting the physiology of the patient. Thus, they are the most effective and safest mode of anaesthesia and pain relief.

Before conducting any procedure anaesthesiologist conducts a preoperative assessment of the patient followed by a detailed evaluation for comparing current health condition with that of the planned outcome. On the basis of assessment most appropriate anaesthetic procedure is selected. After the completion of procedure, well-being of the patient is ensured while they are recovering from the effects of anaesthesia.

Academic Activity & Research

Our department is very active in academic activity and has a DNB program with the students joining for post-graduation in Anaesthesiology every year and regular publications of research papers in national & international journals.

COVID-19

Our department has upgraded their techniques & facility to keep our patients and staff safe from COVID-19

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