COMPLICATIONS and SIDE EFFECTS Very common (1/10 – 1/100) FEELING SEEK AND VOMITIMG AFTER SURGERY: Some operations and anaesthetic and pain-relieving drugs are more likely to cause sickness (nausea) than others. Sickness can be treated with anti-vomiting drugs (anti-emetics), but it may last from a few hours to several days. SORE THROAT: If you have ... Read More

HOw to recover from anesthesia services

Recovering From Anesthesia Leaving the recovery area When your normal body functions have returned, you either will be transferred to another location in the hospital to complete your recovery or allowed to go home. In many cases minor surgical procedures are done on an outpatient basis. This means you will go home the same day. ... Read More

Recovering and after anesthesia treatment

Recovering From Anesthesia Recovery from anesthesia occurs as the effects of the anesthetic medicines wear off and your body functions begin to return. Immediately after surgery, you will be taken to a post-anesthesia care unit (PACU), often called the recovery room. There, nurses will care for and observe you. A nurse will check your vital ... Read More

Know about spinal anesthesia

Spinal anesthesia Spinal anesthesia involves the injection of a medication into the canal next to the spinal cord. It is used to numb the body below the chest, usually before a surgical procedure. The area where the needle will be inserted is first numbed with a local anesthetic, then the needle is guided into the ... Read More

anesthetic medicines risks

Risks from reactions to anesthetic medicines Some anesthetic medicines may cause allergic or other abnormal reactions in some people, but these are rare. If you suspect you may have such a problem, you should tell both your surgeon and anesthesia specialist well before your surgery. Testing will then be arranged as needed. A rare, potentially ... Read More

Define anesthesia team

ANESTHESIA TEAMS An anesthesia team is defined as one directing anesthesiologist and one CRNA providing services to a member. The payment split between the anesthesiologist and medically directed CRNA equals 100 percent of the payment level for an individually performing anesthesiologist with the anesthesiologist receiving 60 percent and the medically directed CRNA 40 percent. Only ... Read More

Know about Intractable Pain and Epidural Catheters

Intractable Pain and Epidural Catheters Some forms of conventional therapy such as oral medication, physical therapy, or a TENS unit may not relieve recipients with intractable pain. Placement of an epidural catheter may be allowed when medically necessary for recipients with intractable pain. Reimbursement for daily management is allowed when it is medically necessary and ... Read More