Anesthesia and Resuscitation

Anesthesia and Resuscitation

What is anesthesia?

In modern medicine, anesthesia is a state of insensibility that allows surgery to be performed for patients in a healthy and convenient way.
An anesthesiologist, a graduate of the Faculty of Medicine, who has undergone four years of training for specialists in this industry, can use advanced medical technologies, and thanks to these knowledge and skills, patients can safely undergo the surgical process and ensure their health. Nevertheless, it is necessary to remove sensations during the operation, but this is not enough. One of the most important tasks of the team of anesthetists is monitoring vital signs, such as blood circulation and respiration, during surgery. In this sense, your anesthetist is your protector during surgery.
Your anesthesiologist will definitely examine you before the operation and determine with you the most suitable method of anesthesia. Anesthetists are also responsible for monitoring and treating patients in intensive care units.

General Anesthesia

Before the operation, the patient is evaluated by an anesthesiologist. The state of health is checked, existing diseases and the rationale for the surgical intervention are evaluated, and the anesthetist decides what type of anesthesia is suitable for a particular patient. General anesthesia should be performed only by an anesthetist. Today there are many drugs for general anesthesia. In addition to intravenous anesthesia, anesthetic gases used with oxygen may also be preferred. Suitable drugs are always selected according to the characteristics of the patient. Today’s modern medicine used drugs that give much better results than before.

Regional Anesthesia (Neural blockade)

Anesthesia of a certain part of the body(leg, chest, arm) is called regional anesthesia. There are several types of epidural, spinal, and neural blockade.

Local Anesthesia

The anesthesia of the part where the intervention is performed is called local anesthesia. It is mostly used in small surgical procedures. A doctor may perform the anesthesia procedure, but your anesthetist will take care of you when there is a need to monitor your vital functions such as breathing and circulation.
The anesthesia team is always there for you, including before and after surgery. Examines your health status. He will visit you in your room and tell you what to do. If you have had previous diseases and surgeries you will get information about them. Before surgery you will have the necessary drugs and tests. It chooses

During Surgery

Your anesthesiologist will give you the necessary medicines that cause insensitivity so that you don’t feel pain during surgery. It controls the regular functioning of your heart and lungs during the surgery and makes the necessary treatments for the proper functioning of these and other organs. Your anesthesiologist is with you throughout the surgery and is your closest protector. It allows your surgeon to focus all his attention on his own work by not leaving you for a moment.

After Surgery

An anesthesiologist is not only obliged to put you to sleep, but also to wake you up. Another important task of his is to get rid of the effects of the drugs you take during surgery. In addition, the anesthesia specialist is responsible for preparing and applying the necessary care and treatments to keep you healthy after the surgery.