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Dr. Sivaraman

MD., Consultant Anaesthesiologist

Dr. Suresh Kumar

MD., Consultant Anaesthesiologist

Anesthesiology at Vikram Hospitals

Vikram Hospitals, a renowned healthcare institution, has established itself as a pioneer in the field of anesthesiology. This specialized branch of medicine plays a crucial role in ensuring patient comfort and safety during surgical procedures. With a commitment to excellence and a team of highly skilled anesthesiologists, Vikram Hospitals has become a trusted name in providing top-notch anesthetic care to its patients.

What is Anesthesiology?

Before delving into Vikram Hospitals’ expertise in anesthesiology, it’s essential to understand the discipline itself. Anesthesiology is the medical specialty that focuses on perioperative care – that is, care before, during, and after surgery. Anesthesiologists are medical doctors who are trained to administer anesthesia, monitor patients during surgery, and manage post-operative pain. They are integral members of the surgical team, ensuring that patients remain comfortable and safe throughout their surgical journey.

Role of Anesthesiologists at Vikram Hospitals

Vikram Hospitals takes great pride in its team of highly skilled and dedicated anesthesiologists. These professionals play a multifaceted role in ensuring the success of surgical procedures and the well-being of patients:

1. Preoperative Assessment

One of the primary responsibilities of an anesthesiologist at Vikram Hospitals is to conduct thorough preoperative assessments. This involves evaluating a patient’s medical history, current health status, and any existing medical conditions. By doing so, they can determine the most suitable type of anesthesia for the patient and develop a tailored anesthetic plan.

2. Anesthesia Administration

Vikram Hospitals’ anesthesiologists are experts in administering various forms of anesthesia, including general anesthesia, regional anesthesia, and local anesthesia. Their expertise ensures that patients are appropriately anesthetized, and their vital signs are closely monitored during the procedure.

3. Intraoperative Monitoring

During surgery, anesthesiologists play a crucial role in maintaining the patient’s stability. They continuously monitor vital signs such as heart rate, blood pressure, oxygen saturation, and more. Any deviations from normal parameters are promptly addressed to ensure the patient’s safety and comfort.

4. Pain Management

Post-operative pain can be a significant concern for patients. Vikram Hospitals’ anesthesiologists are well-versed in pain management techniques. They develop comprehensive pain management plans, which may include medications, nerve blocks, or epidural analgesia, to help patients recover comfortably after surgery.

Advanced Techniques in Anesthesiology

Vikram Hospitals is at the forefront of adopting advanced techniques and technologies in the field of anesthesiology. The institution is committed to ensuring that patients receive the best possible care, and this commitment extends to staying updated with the latest developments in anesthesia. Some of the advanced techniques used at Vikram Hospitals include:

1. Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia

Vikram Hospitals employs ultrasound-guided techniques for regional anesthesia. This approach allows for precise placement of nerve blocks, resulting in improved pain control and reduced side effects. Patients can experience faster recovery and less post-operative discomfort.

2. Total Intravenous Anesthesia (TIVA)

TIVA is an anesthesia technique that relies on intravenous medications to induce and maintain anesthesia. Vikram Hospitals utilizes TIVA for certain surgical procedures, as it offers a smoother emergence from anesthesia and minimizes post-operative nausea and vomiting.

3. Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) Protocols

Vikram Hospitals follows ERAS protocols to optimize the perioperative care of patients. These evidence-based protocols encompass preoperative, intraoperative, and post-operative strategies to enhance patient outcomes, minimize complications, and expedite recovery.

Pediatric Anesthesiology

Vikram Hospitals recognizes the unique requirements of pediatric patients and offers specialized pediatric anesthesiology services. Children have distinct physiological and emotional needs when it comes to anesthesia, and our team of pediatric anesthesiologists is dedicated to providing safe and child-friendly anesthesia care.

1. Pediatric Preoperative Assessment

Before pediatric surgeries, our anesthesiologists conduct thorough assessments of the child’s health and medical history. They also take extra measures to ease the child’s anxiety and ensure a comfortable experience.

2. Pediatric Anesthesia Techniques

We employ age-appropriate anesthesia techniques for children, including inhalation anesthesia and intravenous sedation. Our goal is to ensure a smooth induction of anesthesia while minimizing any distress to the child.

3. Pediatric Pain Management

Post-operative pain management for children is carefully tailored to their specific needs. Vikram Hospitals’ pediatric anesthesiologists use a combination of medications and techniques to provide effective pain relief while minimizing side effects.

Anesthesiology and Patient Safety

Patient safety is paramount at Vikram Hospitals, and anesthesiology plays a pivotal role in ensuring it. Our commitment to safety is reflected in several key aspects of our anesthetic care:

1. Rigorous Training and Certification

All our anesthesiologists undergo extensive training and maintain board certification in anesthesiology. This ensures that they stay current with the latest safety protocols and best practices in the field.

2. State-of-the-Art Monitoring Equipment

We invest in advanced monitoring equipment to continuously assess patients’ vital signs during surgery. This real-time data allows our anesthesiologists to detect and address any issues promptly.

3. Emergency Preparedness

Vikram Hospitals has robust emergency protocols in place to handle unforeseen complications during surgery. Our anesthesiologists are trained to respond swiftly to emergencies and initiate life-saving measures if necessary.

4. Patient Education

We believe in empowering patients with knowledge about their anesthesia and the surgical process. Our anesthesiologists take the time to explain anesthesia options, risks, and benefits to patients, ensuring informed consent and peace of mind.

Research and Innovation

At Vikram Hospitals, we are not content with just providing excellent anesthetic care – we are also committed to advancing the field of anesthesiology through research and innovation. Our anesthesiologists actively engage in clinical research, contributing to the development of safer and more effective anesthesia techniques.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the role of an anesthesiologist during surgery?

An anesthesiologist is a medical doctor who specializes in providing anesthesia and pain management during surgical procedures. Their primary role is to ensure the patient’s comfort and safety by administering appropriate anesthesia, monitoring vital signs, and managing pain before, during, and after surgery.

What types of anesthesia are used in surgery?

Anesthesia can be categorized into three main types: general anesthesia, regional anesthesia, and local anesthesia. General anesthesia induces a state of unconsciousness, regional anesthesia numbs a specific region of the body, and local anesthesia numbs a small area, often used for minor procedures.

Are there risks associated with anesthesia?

Anesthesia is generally safe, but it does carry some risks. These risks can include adverse reactions to medications, breathing difficulties, and, in rare cases, complications like allergic reactions or anesthesia awareness (waking up during surgery). Anesthesiologists are trained to assess and manage these risks to ensure patient safety.

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