Today, anaesthetists can choose from several types of anaesthetic, all of which are extremely reliable. Knowing which procedure to adopt in each specific case does not only depend on the type of operation but also on the general health of the patient and any accompanying pathologies.
During the anaesthetic consultation, patients meet their anaesthetist before they even enter the clinic. Together, following an examination of their general health, they choose the most suitable type of anaesthetic. People who have experienced nausea or vomiting during past operations can take advantage of prophylactic measures. One of the roles of the anaesthetist is to reduce pain intensity as far as possible during the first hours and days after an operation.