Anaesthesiology and Reanimation

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Anaesthesiology and Reanimation


At Aktif International Hospital, the Department of Anaesthesiology and Reanimation plays a pivotal role in patient care. Our dedicated team provides specialized anaesthesia services for a wide range of surgical procedures, ensuring patient safety and comfort. We blend state-of-the-art techniques with personalized care to manage pain and vital functions during surgery and intensive care.

Our Approach to Anaesthesia and Reanimation

Our approach is centred on patient safety and the most effective pain management techniques. We tailor our anaesthesia plans to each individual, considering their medical history, type of surgery, and personal needs to ensure optimal outcomes and patient comfort.

Types of Anaesthesia and Pain Management

We offer various types of anaesthesia, including general, regional, and local anaesthesia, as well as sedation. Our team is skilled in advanced pain management strategies, ensuring patients experience minimal discomfort during and after their procedures.

Preparing for Anaesthesia

Before receiving anaesthesia, patients will undergo a thorough pre-operative assessment. This includes a review of medical history and a discussion about the anaesthesia process. Patients receive detailed instructions on how to prepare for surgery, including guidelines on fasting and medication adjustments.

Your Safety and Comfort During Procedures

Patient safety and comfort are our utmost priorities during surgical procedures. Our anaesthesiologists monitor patients’ vital signs and adjust anaesthesia levels as needed throughout the surgery, ensuring a stable and pain-free experience.

Our Anaesthesiology and Reanimation Team

Our team comprises highly trained and experienced anaesthesiologists, nurse anaesthetists, and support staff. They are committed to providing the highest quality of care, staying abreast of the latest developments in anaesthesia and critical care.

Post-Procedure Care

After surgery, our team continues to manage pain and monitor recovery. We provide post-operative care instructions and pain management plans to ensure a comfortable and swift recovery.


Frequently Asked Questions

Can I eat or drink before receiving anaesthesia?

It’s crucial to follow specific fasting instructions before surgery for safety during the anaesthetic process. These guidelines will be provided during your pre-operative assessment.

How is pain managed after surgery?

We develop personalized pain management plans, which may include medications and other techniques, to ensure your comfort post-surgery.

What are the risks of anaesthesia?

While anaesthesia is generally safe, risks vary depending on individual health conditions and the type of procedure. Our team will discuss all potential risks and safety measures with you beforehand.

Will I be awake during my surgery?

This depends on the type of anaesthesia used. General anaesthesia will keep you asleep throughout the procedure, while regional or local anaesthesia may allow you to be awake without feeling pain in the area being operated on.

How long does it take to recover from anaesthesia?

Recovery times can vary based on the type of anaesthesia and individual factors. Generally, patients wake up soon after the procedure, but it may take hours before the effects fully wear off.

Can I discuss my anaesthesia concerns before the procedure?

Absolutely. We encourage patients to discuss their concerns, preferences, and any prior experiences with anaesthesia during the pre-operative consultation to ensure personalized and comfortable care.

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