Anesthesia & Pain Management

The Department of Anesthesia makes continuous effort to deliver quality and safe anesthesia care to patients of all ages in various specialties. The department is committed to ensure that all patients are treated in a compassionate manner using state-of-the-art facilities with focus on patient safety. A dedicated team of anesthesiologists having wide experience in the management of all types of complicated cases deliver comprehensive care at par with international standards. This ability to provide the highest quality of care is facilitated by having access to the best anesthetic armamentarium and incorporating the recent advances in anesthesiology practice.

Services Offered

Pre-anesthesia checkup clinics where patients are clinically assessed,
Optimized and then explained the various anesthetic techniques including pain management to alleviate the anxiety about the surgery.

  • Safe and effective anesthesia for all specialties with general anesthesia
  • Regional anesthesia under ultrasound guidance
  • Spinal and epidural anesthesia
  • Moderate and deep selection and local anesthesia
  • Pain relief services and intensive care for post-operative and trauma patients
  • Labor analgesia (painless delivery)
  • Provides Basic Advance Cardiac Life Supportive Devices

Pain Management

Through a pain management plan, healthcare providers help people manage all kinds of pain. Pain management approaches include medications, injections, therapy and exercise. Your provider may recommend one approach or a combination of several. Pain management plans help people with chronic (long-lasting) pain feel better and improve their quality of life.

Who needs pain management

Anyone with pain can benefit from a pain management plan. A comprehensive plan can help people manage pain that lasts a few days (such as after an injury or surgery). It can also help people who have long-term pain from disease or chronic health conditions.

  • Arthritis and muscle and joint injuries
  • Autoimmune disorders
  • Back injuries
  • Chronic pain disorders
  • Endometriosis
  • Facial pain
  • Kidney stones and urinary tract problems

What are the types of pain

  • Acute
  • Chronic
  • Nociceptive
  • Neuropathic