Department of Anesthesiology
Anesthesiology is concerned with the relief of pain as well as the total care of the patient before, during and after the surgical procedure. Continental Hospitals's Department of Anaesthesiology focuses on the expert administration of anaesthesia in every surgical specialty, spinal cord stimulation and infusion systems, obstetrical analgesia and anaesthesia.
Team of doctors in this department:
Technology at Department of Anesthesiology
Facilities at Department of Anesthesiology
Ambulatory Anesthesia: A specialized area that allows patients to have surgery and then return home the same day, these centers are also called day care surgery centres. Ambulatory anesthesia is suitable for those procedures whos postoperative care can be conveniently managaed at home without much risk of complications or intensive nursing management.
Orthopaedic Anesthesia: The Continental Hospitals Anesthesia Division provides expert preoperative care to patients with significant underlying diseases and conditions and traumatic injuries.
Pediatric Cardiac Anesthesia: Anesthesiologists specialized in pediatric cardiac anesthesiology work with young patients requiring cardiac interventional procedures. Focused on comfort and safety, our anesthesiologists along with the pediatric physicians and nurses ensure a safe procedure and complete recovery of our pediatric cardiac patients.
Cardiovascular Anesthesia Cardiothoracic anesthesiology is a subspecialty of the medical practice of anesthesiology devoted to the preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative care of adult patients undergoing cardiothoracic surgery and related invasive procedures.
Critical Care Anesthesia: Critical Care Anesthesia focuses on the care of critically ill patients in the ICU and NICU. Critical Care Anesthesiologists practice anesthesia that is administered to patients who have undergone life threatening conditions, or are at a risk of sustaining single or multiple organ failure due to trauma or disease.
Obstetric Anesthesia: Obstetric Anesthesia is a challenging area that is concerned with the lives of two intricately interwoven patients-the mother and her baby (ies). Anesthesiologists in the obstetric department have to be responsible of the side effects of the anesthesia on not only the mother, but also factor in the effects it would have on the unborn baby.