Anesthesiologist, сhildren anesthesiologist
Work experience 9 years
Provides high-quality pain relief for any surgical intervention for adults and children. Intravenous, endotracheal, spinal and epidural anesthesia.
Can conduct patient appointments in English
In 2012. graduated from the National Medical University named after A.A. Bogomolets. Specialty: General Medicine
Intravenous anesthesia: a method of sparing anesthesia, which allows, with the help of intravenous infusion of specific drugs, to provide a state of hypnotic sleep without a hallucinogenic effect and allows a patient to be qualitatively anesthetized. It can be used for surgical interventions up to 1 hour. Allows the patient to fall asleep comfortably and wake up immediately after the operation.
Spinal anesthesia: This is a type of regional anesthesia, performed in the form of an injection in the lumbar region, without touching or injuring the spinal cord. An anesthetic is injected into the spinal space through a needle, which allows you to anesthetize the lower half of the body and perform surgical interventions on the lower extremities, external genitals, gluteal and lumbosacral regions completely painless and does not require general anesthesia.
Epidural anesthesia: looks like a prick in the back to the patient. The difference from spinal anesthesia is in the injection level and the space into which the anesthetic is injected. With spinal anesthesia, the anesthetic goes into the spinal space, and with epidural, into the epidural space.
Conductive anesthesia: A technique in which an anesthetic is injected into the area of the nerve plexuses or nerve trunks. It is used for surgical interventions on the limbs. The method of conduction anesthesia is being improved and is currently performed using an electric pulse transducer under the control of an ultrasound examination. Conductive anesthesia allows surgery to be performed on the limbs when the patient is conscious, but the operation does not give him any pain
General anesthesia with artificial lung ventilation: The method of general anesthesia, which requires monitoring of the patency of the upper airways and ventilation of the lungs, provides for any surgical interventions, including those that require muscle relaxation. These can be surgical interventions on the organs of the chest, abdominal cavity, small pelvis, etc. Allows to provide a sufficient depth of anesthesia and relaxation of the patient during prolonged and voluminous surgical interventions. It is often used for long-term plastic surgery, surgery for malignant tumors and other surgical interventions that require a long state of relaxation. Ensuring the patency of the upper respiratory tract is achieved by installing an endotracheal tube or laryngeal mask (installed already under anesthesia).