Ambulatory Anesthesia

Ambulatory Anesthesia is defined as a simple surgical test that are expected to minimize the effects of patients body function and cause mild pain which can be easily controlled with oral medication.  It provides greater flexibility during operations, lowers the risk of respiratory failure, less preoperative testing and post-operative medication.  Monitored anesthesia care includes the combination of local anesthesia or peripheral nerve blocks and analgesics. MAC is used when the anesthesiologist monitors a patient receiving local anesthesia or administers supplemental anesthesia drugs for the patient undergoing diagnostic procedures.

  • Otolaryngology Surgery
  • Plastic Surgery
  • Ocular Surgery
  • Orthopedic Surgery

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