The Department of Anaesthesiology at CK Birla RBH provides end-to-end anaesthesia services spanning pre to post operative care, resuscitation, intensive care management and advanced pain management. State-of-the-art equipment is available to deliver the anaesthesia, and global protocols are followed in keeping with each individual patient’s medical history in choosing the anaesthetic drugs, to minimize risks and ensure patient safety.
The team of dedicated, well-experienced anaesthesiologists and nursing staff play a crucial role in all surgeries – assessing, administering, monitoring and rehabilitating patients, thus help performing surgeries safely and painlessly. The services of the team are available round the clock for all planned and emergency surgeries and procedures.
The department provides Anaesthesia services for surgeries like Neurosurgery, Cardiac Surgery, Orthopaedic, Laparoscopic and Abdominal surgeries, Oncosurgery, Urosurgery, Gynecological, ENT, Ophthalmology, Kidney transplants and Facio Maxillary Surgery and Day Care Surgeries.
The department also offers services to Emergency Care, Radiology (MRI, CT scan), Cardiac Cath-lab, Endoscopy Suite, Pain Management.
In the Cardiac OT
To maintain the highest degree of patient safety and ensure the best patient experience, our anaesthesiologists undertake a comprehensive preanaesthetic evaluation for each patient. During this evaluation, you will be requested to provide complete details of your medical history. After understanding this, our Anaesthesist will discuss the possible anaesthetic methods, their benefits, risks and seek your preferences. You can ask questions you may have and get an understanding about your upcoming anaesthetic. At the end of this interaction, your anaesthesia program will be customised
Before the operation, the anesthesiologist in-charge of your case will visit you in the preoperative room. He/she will confirm your fasting status and will again scan your file. He will reconfirm any known drug allergy which you might be having. After this, he will proceed with the process of administering the anaesthesia as per global protocols. During the entire surgery, the anesthesist will be by your side, monitoring and taking the necessary action. After your surgery is over, postoperative anaesthetic care will begin. Both the anesthesiologist and trained nurse will assess your condition until you recover from the anaesthesia.