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Pain may interfere with sleep, work, activities, and quality time with friends and family. Pain can be debilitating and very frustrating. Pain management is a system/ team; whose work is to provide relief so you can enjoy life. But its treatment is a little bit complex and can lead to harmful effects if not properly administered and monitored. And that’s the reason why pain management may require the involvement of a physician or anesthesiologist, who specializes in pain medicine.

An anesthesiologist at Prasidh hospital is a doctor, whose work is to give a patient medication so they do not feel pain when they are undergoing surgery.

At Prasidh hospital, Pain Management Services offer comprehensive care for all types of Chronic Pain problems. Our experts including Pain Consultants, Ayurveda and Wellness specialists, Physiotherapists, Psychologists, Occupational therapists, and Dieticians work together as a team. The main motive behind this teamwork is to maximize your health gains. We provide non-surgical alternatives as well by using a multidisciplinary approach and coordinated care that is bespoke and customized to suit individual needs.

Anesthesiology can be defined by- The practice of medicine dedicated to the relief of pain and total care of the surgical patient before, during, and after surgery. Anesthesiologists of Prasidh Hospital, Hyderabad are involved in around 90% of the more than 40M surgical procedures, which are carried out under anesthetic every year. This involvement might include direct care of the patient or supervision of Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists or CRNAs or Anesthesia Assistants, who also play a key role in the field.

Why Chose Us

Our experienced team at Prasidh Hospital will give you all kinds of help, advice, and support in implementing lifestyle modifications to help sustain the benefits. Our experienced team works with you not only just to reduce the pain but also the impact of pain on your life as well. Our main motto is to tailor the therapies to your requirements and improve your quality of life.

Every anesthesiologist is well trained at Prasidh hospital, Hyderabad to support surgical intervention, but many also specialize in particular areas. Such as:

•           Cardiac anesthesia during heart surgery

•           Pediatric anesthesia, in children for pain management and anesthetics

•           Neuroanesthesia, which is related to surgery for the nervous system, brain, and spinal cord.

•           Nbstetrics, offering pain relief during labor and delivery

There are many other areas of medical care including pediatric anesthesia, pain management and anesthetics in children, care for the dying in hospice, and palliative care.

Pain control and advice

An anesthesiologist at Prasidh hospital, Hyderabad specializes in pain medicine and they will assist patients, who have pain due to a range of causes, including headaches, burns, diabetes, herpes, or wherever they are experiencing chest pain, abdominal pain, pelvic pain, and many more. Their role in this field includes:

•           treating the patient

•           prescribing medication and rehabilitative services

•           performing pain-relieving procedures

•           counseling patients and families

Doctors at Prasidh hospital may also direct a multidisciplinary team, coordinate with other health care professionals, and act as a consultant on the best way to deliver care to patients who have pain.

Critical care

Anesthesiologists at our hospital work in critical care and are sometimes known as intensivists. They help with diagnosing and managing disorders that affect all body systems, whether to do with circulation, digestion, the kidneys, the nervous system, or any other system. Their working in critical care is also qualified to help when a patient is unconscious, whatever the reason.

And this involves coordinating the overall medical management of a patient and coordinating with a range of medical professionals and possibly also the patient’s family and friends.


Anesthesiologists at Prasidh hospital are involved in maternity units, where they administer pain relief and assist if complications arise. A doctor can give some kinds of pain relief medication, but if this is insufficient, the anesthesiologists can administer stronger medicines intravenously (IV). An epidural gives anesthetic medicines to the lower back to reduce the pain felt from contractions.

If a cesarean section is needed, stronger anesthetics are given in the same location, to numb the lower body completely for the cesarean. And if severe complications arise, the anesthesiologist may need to provide general anesthesia. In our hospital, the anesthesiologist can provide or supervise the administration of medications such as morphine, fentanyl, and others.

The patient might be given control of their pain management, under the anesthesiologist’s supervision. They might be given an infusion pump that delivers additional analgesic medication whenever the patient presses the button.


At Prasidh hospital, the anesthesiologist provides pain relief before, during, and after surgery, but they also fulfill a number of other important roles.


Pain relief in surgery

Before the operation, a patient will meet with the anesthesiologist for an evaluation. The anesthesiologist at our hospital will make a plan for the operation that takes into account the individual needs of the patient. On the day of the surgery, the anesthesiologist supervises the administration of medication so that the patient will not experience pain.

Although, the anesthesiologist does not physically provide most anesthetics. Our doctors supervise either a CRNA or Anesthesia Assistant while they provide the anesthetic. CRNAs usually work independently without any supervision as well. The type of pain relief offered during surgery might be:

  1. General anesthesia: The patient “goes to sleep” while the operation lasts.
  2. Sedation: Intravenous drugs calm the patient or make them unaware of the procedure.
  3. Regional anesthesia: Local anesthetic is injected near the nerves to numb the area that will be operated on. These might be nerve blocks or spinal or epidural injections.

During the procedure, the surgeon or the doctor carries out all the surgical work, but the anesthesiologist will continue to be responsible for the medical management of that patient.

They monitor the patient’s bodily functions, assess the best way to treat all the vital organs, and provide a balance of medications suited to the individual’s needs.

The functions they need to monitor include:

•           heart rate and rhythm

•           breathing

•           blood pressure

•           body temperature

•           fluid balance

The anesthesiologist controls these vital measures, the patient’s level of pain, and unconsciousness throughout the operation.

After surgery

After the procedure of surgery, the doctor continues to be responsible for the patient’s overall care. They will reverse the effects of the anesthesia and then continue to evaluate the patient and keep them comfortable as they recover.

During this process, the anesthesiologist will direct other health workers regarding this, including specialist nurses.

Critical and emergency care and other roles

The doctor also plays a key role in critical care and treatment and trauma. They assess patients, make diagnoses, provide support for breathing and proper circulation, and help to ensure that infection is prevented.

Anaesthesiologists are also qualified to help with emergency medicine, support, advanced life support, as well as pain control. They help to stabilize patients and prepare them for surgery. Some doctors will seek additional training and qualifications to specialize in pain medicine and critical care.

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