Emphasis is placed on an individual approach and fully informing the patient about all the possibilities and methods of anaesthesia. Normally we carry out a number of other methods to prevent pain, rather than full anaesthesia. After considering the health status and the type of surgery, the physician proposes a means of anaesthesia that best suits the patient and is the least burdensome. After obtaining detailed information and answering any queries, the physician asks for the patient’s consent. Thus, the method of anaesthesia is selected in agreement with the patient.
All of the methods are carried out by experienced personnel who have practiced at clinical workplaces. The operating rooms are equipped with modern instruments and reliable monitoring technology.
The normal practice is single-day surgery (the patient is released into home care the same day or the next day at the latest).