The anesthetist-resuscitator: a medical specialty

The anesthesiologist is a specialist medical doctor (11-13 years of medical studies).
He works in close collaboration with the surgeon or the doctor who schedules your intervention / examination.

The anesthetist-resuscitator: a medical specialty

The anesthesiologist is a specialist medical doctor (11-13 years of medical studies).
He works in close collaboration with the surgeon or the doctor who schedules your intervention / examination.

A mandatory preoperative medical assessment

You will necessarily meet him in a pre-operative anesthesia consultation so that he can assess the risks specific to your state of health and put in place strategies to limit them.

The proposal of an anesthesia compatible with your state of health, your wishes while keeping your safety in mind

He will take your wishes into consideration and suggest the most suitable anesthesia technique. He will inform you of any changes in treatment, fasting rules, pain management and comfort after the operation, a possible transfusion as well as complications related to a pathology that you present.

In the operating room, it is the guarantor of a good functioning of your body

You will find the anesthetist and / or the anesthetic nurses with whom he works. They will take care of bringing you comfort, respecting your privacy and carrying out anesthesia and its monitoring in accordance with safety rules.

Locoregional anesthesia (LRA)

As much as possible, we offer loco-regional anesthesia (LRA). All the more so if it makes it possible to limit the risks and complications, to improve your management in terms of postoperative pain and comfort.

We seek to offer you modern anesthesia by adapting our practices, which is why anesthesia techniques can evolve if you come several times for the same type of operation.

Hypnosis, chronic pain management, ...

Some members of our team are trained in medical hypnosis. We try as far as possible to offer you this technique with additional anesthesia if necessary.
We are in close contact with the Pain Department (DOLOPARC) of the clinic, especially as some of our practitioners work there and are competent to take care of you over the long term.

Your postoperative monitoring in a continuous monitoring unit if your condition requires it

It is possible that you stay before and / or after an intervention in a continuous monitoring unit (CCU), if your state of health requires it in order to adapt our surveillance or if an event took place during the intervention, whether 'it is related to anesthesia or surgery.

Indispensable support for your safety and comfort during your childbirth

At the Parc clinic, we are present on site 24 hours a day and 7 days a week to take care of you in the maternity ward.

An anesthesia consultation before any childbirth is mandatory. The anesthetist-resuscitator is there to support you during obstetrical work (comfort, pain, etc.) and in case of emergency (hemorrhage, cesarean section, etc.)