Anesthesiology

Anaesthesia allows otherwise painful procedures to be performed without discomfort by temporarily removing or reducing sensation. There are two types of anaesthetic procedure; ‘Local’, or ‘Regional Anaesthesia’, numbs only a specific part of your body; while ‘General Anaesthesia’ draws you into complete unconsciousness. By skilfully administering appropriate quantities of anaesthesia throughout the procedure, the degree of numbness or unconsciousness can be accurately controlled by the anaesthetist.


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