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Anaesthesia & Pain Management

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Anaesthesia & Pain Management

Department of Anaesthesiology & Pain Management Services at Synergy Institute of Cancer Care and Research provides expert anaesthesia care for the full spectrum of medical and surgical indications seen at a major tertiary health care centre.

Our Institute has state-of-the-art anaesthesia work stations and sophisticated monitors with the sole purpose of providing absolutely safe and effective anaesthesia for patients belonging to all age groups using evidence-based techniques.

We have the provision for providing full general anaesthesia with a complete range of equipment as well as regional analgesia and nerve blocks using ultrasound guidance and nerve stimulators.

A “Pre-Operative Checkup” Clinic Run By The Institute For Assessment Of Patients Coming For Surgical Procedures(oncology and other) Will Optimize The Status Of Patients For Safe Conduct Of Anaesthesia.

Anaesthesia support for liver, heart and lung, kidney, pancreas, bone marrow transplants -managed by individuals with special expertise in these procedures

Anaesthesia support for all Surgical Specialties is being provided by expert Anaesthetists backed up by paramedical support staff

Analgesia during childbirth with epidurals and other suitable methods is provided by Obstetric Anaesthesiologists

Some short therapeutic procedures or diagnostic studies such as MRI Scan, CT scan, and Endoscopy procedures require the presence and special skills of an Anaesthesiologist.

Pain Management:-

Pain management is a medical field dedicated to controlling pain with a variety of tools. Cancer-related pain is often caused by the actual tumor, especially when the tumor is pushing on nerves, organs and bones. Pain may also result from surgery, chemotherapy, radiation and other treatments. At Synergy Institute of Cancer Care and Research , pain management physicians use the science of medicine to guide patients in finding comfort and improving their quality of life. Our clinicians use a combination of pain-control methods, including pharmacological approaches, such as prescription medications, and non-pharmacological approaches. Pharmacological approaches use analgesics and/or other drugs, while non-pharmacological approaches involve therapies, including behavioral, neurological or psychological interventions. The pain management team at SICCR focuses on treating patients with cancer-related pain, so they can focus on healing and completing everyday tasks. Our pain management clinicians are part of a wider integrative care team, led by a medical oncologist and coordinated by a care manager. Because each patient may experience pain differently, we tailor pain management therapies to each individual patient. The team approach at SICCR is designed to put patients in the middle of their care, treating the disease and managing side effects so they can get back to their lives.
Pain management may be used to manage a number of cancer-related symptoms and side effects, including:
Digestive issues
Eating difficulties
Mucositis and mouth sores
Peripheral neuropathy
Radiation burns