LifeCare provides anesthesiologists for safe pain management before, during and after operation procedures. We focus on patient safety and comfort to use the best available technique to cover a range of procedures. A team of consultants ensures round the clock effective and safe pain management.
Dr. Suryansh Pandey
Dr. Deepak Modi
Dr. Dheeraj Goel
What Does an Anesthesiologist Do?
A physician anesthesiologist is responsible for the patient’s well-being before, during, and after surgery. An anesthesiologist will do the following:
Determine if it is safe to proceed with the anesthetic and surgery or procedure.
Devise an anesthetic plan with the patient. This is typically general anesthesia, sedation anesthesia, or regional anesthesia such as a spinal, epidural, or regional nerve block (usually accompanied by intravenous sedation).
Ensure unconsciousness with general anesthesia, or the appropriate level of sedation with sedation anesthesia.
Monitor and maintain normal vital signs, including respirations (breaths), pulse, blood pressure, and temperature.
Monitor and maintain normal levels of oxygen in the bloodstream and carbon dioxide gas in the lungs.
Identify and treat any problem or emergency that may occur before, during, and after the procedure, such as an unexpected or allergic reaction to a medication, bleeding, or an unexpected change in vital signs.
Minimize the stress response to the operation or procedure to allow the patient to make the best recovery.
Control pain after surgery.
Provide ongoing care after the surgery in the anesthesia care unit or intensive care unit.