About the department



The anesthesia 


removes pain and unpleasant sensations during the procedure. Anesthesia will be 

administered to patient so that the patient would not feel the surgical procedure that will be applied. The anesthesiologist is a physician who closely monitors your vital functions throughout the operation and instantly intervenes with emerging medical problems. For this reason all of our patients will be received information about their medical history, examined it if necessary, and asked for analysis and consultation.

Different anesthetic methods can be used depending on operation.

                I-General Anesthesia

General anesthesia is removing all senses and conscious by the doctor in a controlled manner. The effect of the anesthetic medication will pass, and gradually senses will come back. The patient's vital functions will be monitored throughout the operation. After the operation is over, the patient will be awakened by stopping the application of drugs.

                II. Regional (Regional) Anesthesia

According to the characteristic of the region where anesthesia is going to be applied; Anesthetic drugs would be applied directly with a special needle near the nerve fibers. The most commonly used types of regional anesthesia are:

Spinal Anesthesia:

Epidural Anesthesia:

Peripheral nerve blocks

                III. Superficial (local) Anesthesia

                IV. Sedation

                V. Mixed-Combined Anesthesia


Services provided at the Anesthesia and Reanimation Department

· Painless birth

· Regional anesthesia

· Regional nerve block

· Pain control with regional methods

· Epidural anesthesia

· Epidural and spinal catheter application

· Epidural and spinal combined anesthesia

· General anesthesia


· Local anesthesia

· Spinal anesthesia

Doctors of Anesthesia and Reanimation