The Department of Anaesthesia aims to provide the highest standard of evidence-based, patient-centred care across the full range of surgical services provided at Ruby Hall Clinic.
We deliver evidence-based, patient-centered care across the full range of surgical services at Ruby Hall Clinic. We provide anesthesia services to major surgeries like Neurosurgery, Orthopaedic, Oncosurgery, ENT, Urosurgery, Gynaecology & Obstetrics, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Bariatric Surgery and Abdominal Surgeries.
The Anesthetic Department also runs an Acute Pain Relief Service throughout the hospital. Provides a 24-hour epidural post-op pain relief service and labor analgesia for pregnant women in the maternity unit. Anesthetic services are also available in the CT and the GI Endoscopy Unit.
The department is equipped with latest gadgets for anesthesia monitoring. There are modern anesthesia work stations, which also includes anesthesia gas monitoring. The department also has a dedicated fiber-optic bronchoscope and a portable ultrasound machine for peripheral nerve blocks and central line placement. The department is academically active and regular teaching programs get conducted in the department.
Objectives And Vision
The Department of Anaesthesiology, Pain and Perioperative Medicine has been constantly following a ‘review®renew’ agenda for over five-years now. We aim to follow a set of serial-objectives that are intricately linked and have a prospective step-ladder orientated growth projection. Current objectives are:
- Patient-oriented anesthesia services
- Newer approaches to consider and address difficult case-scenarios
- Bring down internal case-cancellation rate
- Enhance external referrals
- Active record-keeping (anaesthesia-related morbidity, successfully-managed critical cases)
- Structured patient follow-up mechanism with particular attention to high-risk cases, women, children and the elderly
The unit is supported by trained doctors around the clock, cutting-edge technology and ambulance services with critical life-saving equipment manned by trained medical and paramedical staff.
The Department of Anaesthesiology, Pain and Perioperative Medicine, offers host of clinical services, academic-training and research. Apart from the provision of routine clinical anesthesia, we impart DNB-postgraduate Training (Anesthesiology), Fellowship (pain relief services, liver-transplant anaesthesia), Observership (general anesthesia, liver-transplant anesthesia, pain management) and opportunity for new MBBS-graduates under the Compulsory Rotatory Internship programme.