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Jamshedpur, Oct.15: Brahmananda Narayana Multispeciality Hospital (BNMH), Jamshedpur, is a 200 bedded, NABH accredited multispecialty tertiary care hospital, established in the year 2008 is celebrating World Anaesthesia Day. Over the decade, BNMH team has supported more than 2500 cardiac surgery, 1000 ortho surgery including joint replacements, 25000 general surgeries and other super specialties like Urosurgery, Neurosurgery and Obstetrics & Gynaecology surgery with a less than 1% of post- operative anaesthesia complications. This has been possible because of the dedicated team of highly skilled anaesthesiologist which works round a clock in co-ordination.
What puts BNMH ahead of the curve is that the patients who are refused from different higher centres and institutes are being taken to BNMH because of highly skilled team, where an expert team of Anaesthesiologists provide a special care to patients before surgery, during surgery and after the surgery till patient is conscious and stable enough to shift in ward.
Speaking on this occasion, Dr. Umesh Prasad, HOD (Department
of Anaesthesia) said that “In BNMH, skilled &
experienced anaesthesiologists handle all types of difficult airway cases &
patients having cardiac failure, Renal Failure & COPD ranging from
paediatricto adult. Team also manages pre-operative, intra operative and
post-operative care and pain management.
The highly skilled anaesthesia team carries on procedures like percutaneous tracheotomy, fiber optic intubation in difficult airways, nerve block at BNMH. Also, Anaesthesiologists’ operate patients with latest machine based by advanced technology so that patient has to face minimal problem after the procedure.
At all point of time, NABH guidelines and standard protocols are maintained before patient is taken for surgery. All safety precautions are taken seriously and sincerely.PAC check-up are mandatory before any surgery which is also taken care by skilled anaesthetics.