Anesthesiology

  • infusion anesthesia (intravenous).
  • inhalation anesthesia – isoflurane.
  • full anesthetic monitoring – constant care of a qualified anesthesiologist during procedures under general anesthesia.
  • control of vital signs using high-class cardiomonitors, capnographs.
  • postoperative care – an underestimated and extremely important aspect of working with the patient undergoing surgery.
    we guarantee qualified assistant and technician care during the recovery from anesthesia and after.
  • acute and chronic pain management.