We provide professional support in Anesthesiology and Reanimation.
Anesthesiology is a medical specialty that deals with
reducing the sensation and awareness of the patient in a controlled manner
before, during and after the operation so that the patient does not feel
pain. Reanimation is the second step of this comprehensive pain management
and care process; Reanimation, which points to the re-activation of the
respiratory and circulatory system, which has been slowed down with anesthetic
drugs, has a very important place in preventing potential complications before,
during and after the procedure.
Anesthesiology and reanimation unit is to host experts
who have graduated from related departments of medical faculties. Experts
guide advanced anesthesiology reanimation services in all surgical procedures
performed at Essence Hospital, from operations that can be described as
“minimal” to serious surgeries such as organ transplantation. In
addition, the unit also provides comprehensive pain management for problems
that develop due to chronic diseases and various ailments.
As part of the work of the anesthesiology and reanimation
unit, patients and their relatives are informed in detail about the anesthesia
procedure before the operation; Detailed information about the types of
anesthesia and risk factors, if any, are presented. The type of anesthesia
and the dose to be used is determined by the experts of the anesthesiology and
reanimation unit after various medical tests, depending on the operation and
general health status of the patient.
The experts working in the unit are present at the moment
of the surgery together with the operator doctor who will perform the surgery; It
closely monitors the vital functions of the patient. With this monitoring,
it is ensured that the vein and airway are open without interruption; Heat
and fluid loss that may develop in the body is prevented. Along with the
end of the operation, the anesthesiology and reanimation specialist cooperates
with the operation team to make various physiological and functional
evaluations in the process that includes the termination of anesthesia and the
removal of the patient from the operating room.
The unit, which consists of medical professionals trained
in anesthesiology and reanimation, provides diagnosis, treatment and
observation services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Acute Pain Management
Chronic Pain Management
Anesthesia Applications for Organ Transplantation
Critical Care Drugs