Sarvodaya Hospital has an extremely proficient department of Anaesthiology having one of the finest and highly qualified team of anesthesiologists who are primarily responsible for providing a pain-free experience to the patients undergoing surgical procedures geared to take on all types of surgeries be it Onco surgery, Neuro surgery, Cardiac surgery, Orthopaedic surgery, General surgery or Gynaecology and Obstetric surgeries. Recently our department was on the fore front and was widely appreciated for giving Anaesthesia for 1.16kg premature child for brain surgery.
Department of anesthesia provides specialized care and planning for all surgical specialties that include (but not limited to) Neurosurgical, Pediatric, Gynecological, Obstetric, Neonatal, Oncological, General Surgical procedures, ENT, Plastic surgery and Renal Transplant.
Our experts have an in-depth understanding of medicine which enables them to provide specialized care for all surgical specialties including Neurosurgical, Pediatric, Gynecological, Obstetric, Neonatal, Oncological, General Surgical procedures, ENT, Plastic surgery, Renal Transplant etc.
Our team of anesthesiologists have several responsibilities which go beyond the operating room. These include:
Preoperative assessment of the patient
Detailed evaluation process for comparing current health condition of patient with that of the planned outcome.
Making informed medical decisions for protecting the lives of the patients, especially when they are undergoing surgical procedures.
Ensuring proper well-being of the patient while recovering from the effects of anesthesia.
Recently we have been joined by Dr. Rajesh Kumar Singh who has added his 31 years of experience in Armed Forces Medical services and special skills in Regional Anaesthesia and Peripheral nerve blocks which has helped improve the quality of Anaesthesia care and post operative pain relief of the patients of Sarvodaya Hospital. Regional Anaesthsia and Peripheral Nerve blocks prevent the pain from reaching the central nervous system with minimal changes in the physiology of patient thereby preventing the adverse effects of pain on the patient body and psyche and also help avoid the effects of narcotics and other measures required to tackle the pain systemically in a much safer manner. This has greatly enhanced our ability to tackle the technically challenging cases with dangerous co morbidities in a better and safer manner.