ANAESTHESIA & PAIN MANAGEMENT
At Kainos, we provide a comprehensive range of clinical services, including perioperative anesthesia services,
critical care medicine, and pain medicine. Our patients receive advanced medical care provided by highly
trained and skilled clinicians. Our philosophy has always been to work with a multidisciplinary team approach.
We have a dedicated team of senior anesthetists who worked in some of the world’s best hospitals in England. The anesthetists are helped by the state of the art anesthetic equipment. Services provided also include preoperative checkups and post-operative pain management team and a critical care team.
General anesthesia is a treatment that renders you unconscious during medical procedures, so you don't feel or remember anything during the procedures. General anesthesia is commonly produced by a combination of intravenous drugs and inhaled gasses (anesthetics).
The "sleep" you experience under general anesthesia is different from regular sleep. The anesthetized brain doesn't respond to pain signals or surgical manipulations.
The practice of general anesthesia also includes controlling your breathing and monitoring your body's vital functions during your procedure. General anesthesia is administered by a specially trained physician, called an anesthesiologist.
The hospital has an organized acute pain relief service using :
Electronic PCA (patient controlled analgesia)
Continuous epidural analgesia for complex surgeries and for painless labour
Regional Nerve blocks
Oral, intramuscular and intravenous pain killersTypes of anesthesia provided depend on the patient’s medical status and type of procedure. The anesthesiologist will meet the patient prior to the surgery and discuss the medical history, lab results and anesthesia plan. In the O.T a member of the anesthesia care will be with the patient throughout the procedure. After the procedure patient will be moved to the recovery room and a nurse will monitor the patient and provide medication to minimize pain, nausea and vomiting as needed. Then the patient will be discharged from recovery room on advice by anesthetist when he is stable and comfortable.