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Anesthesiology at BMCHRC

Welcome to Bhagwan Mahaveer Cancer Hospital & Research Centre (BMCHRC), a beacon of hope and healing for individuals confronting Anesthesiology. Our institution stands as a pillar of comprehensive care, where cutting-edge treatments merge with compassionate support to guide patients towards optimal health outcomes.

Welcome to Bhagwan Mahaveer Cancer Hospital & Research Centre (BMCHRC), where our Anesthesiology Services are dedicated to ensuring patient comfort, safety, and optimal outcomes throughout surgical procedures and medical interventions. Our team of experienced anesthesiologists is committed to providing personalized care tailored to each patient's unique needs, from pre-operative assessment to post-operative recovery.

Pre-operative Assessment

Our anesthesiologists conduct thorough pre-operative evaluations to assess each patient's medical history, current health status, and anesthesia needs. This ensures that we develop personalized anesthesia plans tailored to individual requirements and minimize potential risks during surgery.

Anesthesia Administration

During surgery or medical procedures, our skilled anesthesiologists administer anesthesia medications to induce and maintain a safe and comfortable state of unconsciousness or sedation. We closely monitor vital signs and adjust anesthesia levels as needed to ensure patient safety and optimize surgical conditions.


Pain Management

Beyond the operating room, our anesthesiology team plays a crucial role in managing post-operative pain and discomfort. We employ a variety of techniques, including regional anesthesia, nerve blocks, and intravenous pain medications, to effectively control pain and promote faster recovery.


Critical Care Services

In our intensive care units (ICUs), our anesthesiologists provide expert management of critically ill patients, including those requiring mechanical ventilation, hemodynamic support, and advanced monitoring. We collaborate closely with other healthcare professionals to deliver comprehensive critical care tailored to each patient's needs.

Regional Anesthesia

Our anesthesiologists are skilled in performing a variety of regional anesthesia techniques, including epidurals, spinal anesthesia, and peripheral nerve blocks. These techniques offer targeted pain relief and minimize the need for general anesthesia, reducing the risk of side effects and accelerating recovery.

Sedation Services

For medical procedures that require conscious sedation or monitored anesthesia care, our anesthesiology team provides expert sedation services to ensure patient comfort and safety. We closely monitor patients throughout the procedure and adjust sedation levels as needed to maintain optimal conditions.


Emergency Anesthesia

In emergency situations requiring urgent surgery or medical intervention, our anesthesiologists are available around-the-clock to provide rapid assessment and anesthesia management. We are committed to delivering timely and effective care to patients in critical condition, prioritizing their safety and well-being.

Consultative Services

Our anesthesiology team offers consultative services to healthcare providers across various specialties, providing expertise and guidance on anesthesia-related issues, perioperative management, and pain control strategies. We collaborate closely with surgeons, physicians, and other healthcare professionals to ensure coordinated and comprehensive care for every patient.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Anesthesia, and how does it work?

Anesthesia is a medical treatment that induces a reversible loss of sensation, consciousness, and reflexes, allowing patients to undergo surgical procedures or medical interventions without feeling pain or discomfort. It works by altering the transmission of nerve impulses in the Brain and Spinal Cord, temporarily blocking the perception of pain and other sensations.

What are the different types of Anesthesia?

The main types of Anesthesia include General Anesthesia, Regional Anesthesia, and Local Anesthesia. General Anesthesia induces a state of unconsciousness and total loss of sensation, while regional anesthesia blocks pain sensation in a specific region of the body, such as an arm or leg. Local Anesthesia numbs a small area of the body, typically used for minor procedures or surgeries.

Is Anesthesia safe?

Yes, modern Anesthesia techniques are generally safe when administered by qualified Anesthesia providers in appropriate settings. Anesthesiologists undergo extensive training and certification to ensure the safe delivery of anesthesia care, and advanced monitoring technology helps mitigate risks during surgery and Anesthesia administration. However, like any medical intervention, anesthesia carries some risks, which are carefully managed by the anesthesia team.

How do I prepare for Anesthesia?

Before undergoing Anesthesia, your healthcare provider will conduct a pre-operative assessment to evaluate your medical history, current health status, and anesthesia needs. It's essential to follow any pre-operative instructions provided by your healthcare team, including fasting guidelines, medication instructions, and restrictions on eating and drinking before surgery.

What are the potential side effects or complications of Anesthesia?

While Anesthesia is generally safe, it can cause side effects and complications, including Nausea and Vomiting, Sore Throat, confusion, Muscle Aches, and allergic reactions. Serious complications, such as anesthesia awareness (consciousness during surgery) or adverse reactions to anesthesia medications, are rare but possible. Your anesthesia provider will discuss potential risks and complications with you before surgery and take steps to minimize them.

Will I be awake during Surgery?

The level of consciousness during surgery depends on the type of anesthesia used and the specific procedure being performed. Under general anesthesia, you will be unconscious and unaware of the surgery taking place. With regional or local anesthesia, you may remain awake but will not feel pain in the affected area. Your anesthesia provider will discuss the anesthesia plan with you before surgery and address any concerns or preferences you may have regarding consciousness during the procedure.

How long does Anesthesia last?

The duration of anesthesia effects varies depending on factors such as the type and dose of anesthesia medications, your individual response to anesthesia, and the duration of the surgical procedure. After surgery, the effects of anesthesia typically wear off gradually as the medications are metabolized and eliminated from your body.

What happens during the recovery period after Anesthesia?

After surgery, you will be taken to a recovery area where you will be closely monitored as the effects of anesthesia wear off. You may experience some grogginess, dizziness, or nausea during this time, but these effects should resolve as you fully wake up. Your healthcare team will provide pain relief medications and support as needed to ensure a smooth recovery process.

Are there any restrictions or precautions to follow after Anesthesia?

After anesthesia, it's essential to follow your healthcare provider's post-operative instructions carefully to promote a safe and speedy recovery. This may include restrictions on eating and drinking, limitations on physical activity, and guidelines for taking pain medications or other prescribed medications. It's also important to have a responsible adult accompany you home after surgery and to avoid driving or operating machinery until cleared by your healthcare provider.

How can I communicate with my Anesthesia provider before Surgery?

Before surgery, you will have an opportunity to meet with your anesthesia provider to discuss your medical history, anesthesia plan, and any questions or concerns you may have. This pre-operative consultation is an opportunity to address any specific preferences, allergies, or previous experiences with anesthesia and to ensure that you feel comfortable and informed about the anesthesia process.