Anesthesia Services for General Surgical Procedures (Inpatient Anesthesia)
for any reason is anxiety-provoking. As Inpatient/General Surgical
anesthesiologists, we understand this concept exceedingly well because our
profession, universally, is primarily dedicated to bringing people safely and
comfortably through this experience. Providing anesthesia is our privilege and
the dozens of anesthesiologists in our department have dedicated their lives to
its proper performance.
- Our primary concern is patient safety,
- Your anesthetic will always be performed
by a team headed by a board certified anesthesiologist.
- You will have a preoperative assessment
completed before your procedure that includes:
thorough review of all pertinent medical history,
explanation of all anesthetic options,
to all of your questions.
On the day of surgery:
- You will be taken to the holding room and
prepared for your procedure. This may include,
of an IV
to keep you calm
for nausea and vomiting
- While in the operating room, we will continuously
monitor you to make certain that everything proceeds in the safest manner possible.
- Immediately following your procedure, you
will be transported to the post-anesthesia care unit (PACU) or Recovery Room
where we will:
your safe emergence from anesthesia
any nausea relief and
pain treatment from surgery through to your next destination