About the Anaesthesiology

The Department of Anaesthesiology works hand-in-hand with other departments especially those of Surgery, Critical Care and Pain Management. We have a team of highly experienced and proficient Anaesthesiologists and duly updated Medical and Paramedical personnel, contributing to our success as a major trauma and surgical center. The keen medical acumen and wide range of medical expertise exhibited by this team has contributed tremendously to our growing recognition as the apex center for Minimally Invasive Surgery and other Surgical Procedures.


Rapid recovery protocols


Comprehensive pre-op assessments


Highly skilled anaesthesiologists

Anaesthesiology Services

Treatment and Procedure


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Frequently Asked Questions Answered

An anesthesiologist plays a crucial role in ensuring patient comfort and safety during surgery. Before the procedure, they evaluate the patient's medical history, current health status, and any potential risks. During surgery, they administer anesthesia tailored to the patient's needs, monitor vital signs such as heart rate, blood pressure, and oxygen levels, and make adjustments as necessary to maintain the patient's physiological stability. They also manage pain control during and after surgery to ensure a smooth recovery.

Anesthesia can be categorized into three main types: general anesthesia, regional anesthesia, and local anesthesia. General anesthesia induces a reversible loss of consciousness and sensation throughout the entire body, allowing for pain-free surgery. Regional anesthesia numbs a specific region of the body, such as an arm or leg, by blocking nerve signals. This can include spinal anesthesia, epidural anesthesia, and nerve blocks. Local anesthesia involves numbing a small, specific area of the body, often through the injection of medication directly into the tissue. The choice of anesthesia depends on factors such as the type of surgery, the patient's medical history, and preferences of the surgical team.

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