Department of Anesthesiology and Reanimation

As Health Tourism, your safety and comfort is our top priority with the professional services we provide in the field of Anesthesiology and Reanimation together with our contracted hospitals. Our aim is to ensure that medical interventions are carried out in the safest and most comfortable way.

Anesthesiology and Reanimation Services:

Patient Assessment:The patient’s health status is evaluated before surgery or medical intervention. The appropriate anesthesia method is determined by taking into account factors such as existing disorders, allergies, and medication use.

Anesthesia Administration:Anesthesia is administered during the surgery or before the medical intervention so that the patient does not feel pain and passes comfortably. Different anesthesia methods (general anesthesia, spinal anesthesia, epidural anesthesia) are used in accordance with the patient’s needs.

Monitoring: During the operation, the patient’s vital functions such as heart rate, respiratory rate and blood pressure are closely monitored. This is a critical step to make sure the patient is safe.

Pain Management: Postoperative pain management significantly affects the patient’s comfort and recovery process. Appropriate pain management plans are created to minimize pain and ensure patient comfort.

Awakening and Recovery: After surgery, it is ensured that the patient wakes up safely and enters the recovery process. Monitoring of vital functions continues.

Reanimation and Emergency Intervention: The Anesthesiology and Reanimation team quickly intervenes in emergency situations when necessary. It tries to save the patient’s life by making the necessary medical interventions for situations such as cardiac arrest and respiratory distress.

Patient Information: Patients and their families are informed in detail about the anesthesia process Possible risks and how the process works are explained.

Anesthesia Services

General Anesthesia General anesthesia is a type of anesthesia in which the patient loses consciousness entirely and does not feel pain. Thanks to the drugs administered by anesthesiologists, the patient goes into a deep sleep. This type of anesthesia is usually preferred for long-term and complex surgeries.

Spinal anesthesia Spinal anesthesia is performed by injecting a local anesthetic drug into the spinal canal with a needle applied to the lumbar region. The patient remains conscious while losing sensation in the lower body area. It is especially preferred for lower abdomen and lower extremity surgeries.

Epidural Anesthesia: Epidural anesthesia is performed by injecting a local anesthetic drug outside the dura mater membrane of the spinal cord with a technique similar to spinal anesthesia. Epidural anesthesia is preferred for labor pain management and some surgeries.

Local Anesthesia: Local anesthesia is the prevention of pain with anesthetic drugs applied directly to the area to be operated on. The patient is conscious and awake, with loss of sensation only in the area of application.

Monitoring and Sedation: In some procedures, the patient may be kept under sedation, which is a state of light sleep. In this case, anesthesiologists closely monitor the patient’s vital functions and intervene when necessary.

Locoregional Blocks: It is a method in which pain is relieved by blocking specific nerves or nerve groups. Locoregional blocks are especially used to control pain after surgery.

Which anesthesia method will be used during surgery or medical intervention is determined by factors such as the patient’s health status, and the type and length of the surgery. Anesthesiologists ensure that our patients are treated in the best way possible with their experience and expertise.

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