Anesthesiology

The term anesthesia comes from the Greek meaning loss of sensation Anesthetic practice has evolved from a need for pain relief and altered consciousness to allow surgery. Various forms of anesthesia are conducted throughout the hospital and beyond. In general, anesthesia a reversible state of unconsciousness is achieved. It can be divided into three stages: induction, maintenance and emergence. In regional anesthesia, nerve transmission is blocked, and the patient may stay awake or be sedated or anaesthetized during a procedure. Techniques used include:

  • Local anesthetic field block
  • Peripheral nerve block
  • Nerve plexus block
  • Central neuraxial block

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