|01||DR. Parhaizgar Khan||Professor (I/C & Head of Department)|
|02||DR. Nighat Aziz||Associate Professor|
|03||DR. Muhammad Ilyas||Assistant Professor|
|04||DR. Umbrin Naz||Assistant Professor|
|05||DR. Neelum Halimi||Assistant Professor|
|06||DR. Aurangzeb Khan||Senior Registrar|
|07||DR. Javed||Senior Registrar|
|08||DR. Nargis Mumtaz||Senior Medical Officer|
|09||DR. Talat Saeed||Senior Medical Officer|
|10||DR. Ghulam Rasool||Senior Medical Officer|
|11||DR. Zarmina Qasim||Senior Medical Officer|
|12||DR. Ihsan||Senior Medical Officer|
|13||DR. Abdur Rehman||Senior Medical Officer|
|14||DR. Nayyar Haleemi||Senior Medical Officer|
|15||DR. Farah Naz||Senior Medical Officer|
|16||DR. Qaisar Habib||Senior Medical Officer|
|17||DR. Gul Bano||Junior Medical Officer|
|18||DR. Jameel||Junior Medical Officer|
|19||DR. Faheem||Junior Medical Officer|
|20||DR. Robina Bangash||Junior Medical Officer|
|21||DR. Ambreen Sifatullah||Junior Medical Officer|
|22||DR. Imran||Junior Medical Officer|
Anesthesia department is responsible to deliver anesthetic care in the perioperative period to all patients undergoing surgery. Multiple diverse surgeries are conducted covering majority of specialities, which are managed by General, Regional and Local Anesthesia. Advanced surgical procedures like laparoscopic surgeries, theracotomy, scoliosis correction are also amanged.
Anesthesia department is managing 16 surgical units (05 Surgical, 03 Gynae/Obs, 02 Orthopedic, 2 Eye, 2 ENT, 01 Peads Surgical, 01 Plastic Surgery) respectively. There are 29 OT Tables operating daily for routine lists of different units, and 4 OT tables for managing emergency cases round the clock. Each OT Table is fully equipped with Anesthesia Machine and Monitor and run by one anesthetist and one anesthesia technician. Approximately 100 cases are conducted in daily basis both routine and emergency. A Minor OT is also running during morning hours to reduce the load on Major OT. The OT Pharmacy provides all anesthetic drugs and disposables free of cost to the patients.
Post operative patients needing critical care in Surgical ICU are also attended by us regarding treatment planning, weaning from mechanical ventilatory support, and other major decisions making.
Chronic pain patients requiringinterventional therapy are also treated. Referred patients with low backache, sciatica, joint pain, disc prolapse, shoulder pain etc are given the required blocks. Post operative pain relief by epidural technique is done in special group of patients.
Both under graduate (4th year MBBS) and post graduate (FCPS, MCPS, DA) students are taught. The teaching program includes teaching on tableside, lectures, presentations as well as attending seminars, workshops and conferences. The scheduled lectures are delivered on a set time table covering all the topics in the syllabus.
Folowing Services are provided by the department of Anesthesia KTH.
Preoperative Evaluation / Assessment:
- To anticipate potential risk involved by taking a thorough history, physical examination and laboratory investigation.
- To ensure that the patient is properly prepared to decrease the risk of adverse outcome.
- To provide appropriate information to the patient and to obtain written consent for a planned anesthetic technique.
- To prescribe premedication and prophylactic measures if required.
- Consultation with relevant professional and seniors when required.
Preparation / Precautions:
- Checking Anesthesia Machine, Oxygen supply, anesthesia circuit, Laryngoscope, Suction Machine, Intubating Aids etc.
- Labeling syringes of anesthetic drugs.
- Stand-by supply of oxygen cylinder, emergency drugs, ambu bag, defibrillator etc.
Anesthetizing a patient:
- Setting I/V line and starting I/V fluids.
- Setting monitors: SpO2, ECG, NIBP.
- Induction and maintenance of anesthesia.
- Recovery of patient. Shifting patient from recovery to ward or ICU according to the patient's clinical status.
- Consultation with seniors in difficult situation and complication.
Documentation / Record Keeping:
- Preoperative assessment record. Anesthetic plan made.
- Intraoperative events monitoring: Blood loss, i/v fluids, drugs given.
- Recording vital signs. Signs of recovery noted. Complication if any recorded.
- Entry and exit from recovery room entry in register.
- Morbidity mortality record maintained.
- Computer Record of total number of cases done.