Ambulatory Anesthesia

Ambulatory anesthesia is given to a patient in an ambulatory (or outpatient) surgery facility. Ambulatory anesthesia is tailored to meet the needs of ambulatory surgery so patient will go home soon after his operation. Short-acting anesthetic drugs and specialized anesthetic techniques as well as care specifically focused on patient needs are used to make patient experience safe and pleasant. In general, if patients are in reasonably good health, patiets are a candidate for ambulatory anesthesia and surgery. Because each patient is unique, patient anesthesiologist will carefully evaluate you and your health status to determine if you should undergo ambulatory anesthesia.


  • Ambulatory Surgery
  • Short-acting Anesthetic Drugs
  • Anesthetic Techniques
  • Anesthesiologist

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