Anaesthesia is an essential pre-requisite for many surgical and medical procedures, which cannot be done without it. Anaesthesia is administered by highly trained medical specialists whose primary concern is the safety of the patient during the stress and strain of invasive and traumatic surgical and other procedures. Over the last few decades the risks of anaesthesia have been markedly reduced by increased and improved understanding, teaching, training and research so that today the chances of dying from anaesthesia are smaller than the chances of dying in a road traffic accident.

The Department of Anaesthesiology, Intensive Care & Pain Medicine started providing anaesthesia services to the patients from 1st Ashwin 2065 and has been providing anaesthesia services to all surgical specialities since then. The department provides round o’clock services to emergency cases and critical care units. In addition, simulation, outcomes research, airway management and perioperative care are emerging areas of focus.

Goals and objectives

  • To provide Safe anaesthesia to the patients
  • Quality Critical Care services
  • Practice evidence based medicine
  • Provide good pain management services to the patients

Highlights.

Over the years, along with the development of medical sciences, the department has set up its own high standards in patient care, education and research. The department follows an integrated approach and standard protocols for patient care, education and research.

Resources: The department consists of 11 consultant, 4 Junior Resident and 8 anaesthesia technicians and nurses

The department is well equipped with modern Drager Atlan A300 Anaesthesia workstations, Fabius Pus workstations, Invasive monitors, cardiac output monitor EV 1000, TEG, ACT, fiber-optic bronchoscope, PCA  and TIVA pump and dedicated Siemens Ultrasound machine and other equipment.

Service.

• 24 hours Emergency operations

• General and Specialty anaesthesia services: Endoscopic, Neurological, Urological surgeries, Laparoscopic, gynaecological, joint replacement, paediatric, cardiovascular and thoracic surgeries, Liver Transplant

• Outside theatres: IVF, Cathlab, CT, MRI, ERCP, MECT, Dialysis, 

• Critical care

• Pain Management

• PACU 

• Procedure: General Anaesthesia, Neuroaxial blockade, Ultrasound guided blocks for anaesthesia and pain management, MAC, Central line insertion, PICC line insertion, C-arm guided pain management, Critical Care procedures

Dr. Gopendra Prasad Deo

Professor & Academic Director

Dr Bharati Sharma Regmi

Associate Professor & HOD

Dr Indra Narayan Shrestha

Associate Professor

Prof. Dr. Basanta Gauli

Associate Professor

Dr. Kiran Adhikari

Associate Professor

Dr. Sadikshya Regmi

Associate Professor

Dr. Suresh Gautam

Associate Professor

Dr. Navin Krishna Yadav

Sr. lecturer.

Dr. Subin Shrestha

Sr. Lecturer

Dr. Madhu Gyawali

Sr. lecturer.

Dr. Bimal Ranabhat

Sr. lecturer.

Publications

• Hoarseness of Voice Following Left Supraclavicular Brachial Plexus Block: A Case Report

• Low Dose Hyperbaric Bupivacaine with Fentanyl in Spinal Anesthesia in Elective Cesarean Section

Hemodynamic responses to laryngoscopy and intubation using Macintosh, Miller and McCoy blades

Ongoing Research

• Measurement of optic nerve sheath diameter by ultrasound in Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy: a means of detecting acute raised intracranial pressure

• Dexmedetomidine as an adjuvant to ropivacaine and lignocaine with adrenaline in supraclavicular brachial plexus block

• Study comparing phenylephrine bolus and infusion for management of perioperative hypotension in elective LSCS under spinal anaesthesia

• Evaluation of ondansetron pre-treatment to decrease the incidence of pain due to propofol

• PDPH in parturient: comparison of needle designs, position of parturient and approach of subarachnoid block

 

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