Electronic Anesthesia Without Syringe and Pain

At Regale, every time we see a patient, we measure their blood pressure – before and after the treatment, especially when anesthesia is planned. We follow this practice as it is important for us to know what condition the patient was in before the treatment and whether we can let him go home after.

In addition to pressure, we measure pulse and saturation and enter these data into the patient’s card.

Each room of our center is equipped with electronic anesthesia. We do not use syringes and administer anesthesia exclusively with this device.

What is Electronic Anesthesia?

Electronic anesthesia allows the anesthetic to be dripped so the patient does not feel pain when it wears off. With manual injection of the anesthetic, the drug enters rapidly and in full volume, and the solution injures the tissues, and it is this injury that makes itself felt after treatment with acute pain.

Note: When conducting electronic anesthesia, we use only a disposable system for drug administration.

Each system is in an individual sterile package, and it is opened directly at the time of treatment.

The drug for each patient is selected individually based on his anamnesis. Possible allergic reactions to drugs and concomitant diseases are always taken into account.

Our pediatrics highly appreciate electronic anesthesia. When children do not see the syringe, anesthesia passes without worries and tears.

With such a smart administration of the drug, we have the opportunity to do an aspiration test before anesthesia. This procedure is carried out to prevent the drug from entering the vessel, in which a hematoma may develop, or bleeding may open.

Simply put, electronic anesthesia helps a great deal in making the treatment more comfortable and painless for our patients. Have you heard about it before? Let us know about your experience with electronic anesthesia in the comment section below!