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On January 1st, 2013, we signed a contract with the National Health Fund for general anaesthesia procedures for persons with moderate and severe disability. We have state-of-the-art equipment necessary to complete this contract.

The procedure is carried out under full supervision of a team of qualified physicians: a dentist, an anaesthetist and an assistant – a dental nurse.

Sedation, or general anaesthesia is a temporary disablement of consciousness. The necessary drugs are usually administered intravenously. A mask is applied to the patient’s face and, through it, oxygen is administered. The depth of sedation varies – depending on the type of medical procedure. The anaesthesia procedure is performed by an anaesthetist. The anaesthetist is assisted by an assistant.

The anaesthetist qualifies the patient for the sedation, chooses its type and oversees the condition and guarantees the safety of the patient during the procedure.

In MOTO-MED Clinic, we perform the following medical procedures in general anaesthesia:

  • Dental surgery (implant engrafting, wisdom tooth extraction),
  • Conservative dentistry for adults and children (e.g. treating simultaneously larger number of teeth suffering tooth decay),
  • Treating of persons with disabilities,

Treating persons with fear of dental procedures (dentophobia).

The anaesthesia is a complex procedure, meaning that drugs are administered intravenously and at the same time a mixture of oxygen and nitrous oxide is administered through an endotracheal tube.

The ventilation of lungs is carried out through a silicone nasopharyngeal tube, which at the same time protects the air duct from flooding with saliva, blood or medical materials. Such anaesthesia is preceded by patient’s general health evaluation, performed by the anaesthetist, the risk connected with the anaesthesia is determined together with the Patient, and the Patient can get exhaustive answers to any questions he or she may have regarding anaesthesia.

Patients undergoing general anaesthesia have their vital signs monitored during the procedure:

  • ECG
  • Blood pressure
  • Pulse
  • Blood saturation with oxygen
  • Monitoring the concentration of inspiratory and expiratory gases

Po zabiegu operacyjnym obrzęk jest znacznie mniejszy niż w przypadku znieczulenia miejscowego.

A patient deciding to undergo a medical procedure in general anaesthesia should first of all consult our doctor, in most cases this will be the surgeon carrying out the surgery. Our doctor will advise you whether the medical procedure is serious enough to necessitate general anaesthesia.

This is the procedure for Patients undergoing surgery in general anaesthesia:

  • Consultation visit. During such the visit, the Patient receives from the dentist guidelines regarding the medical examinations to be performed before the medical procedure:
    – morphology
    – blood group
    – sodium
    – potassium
    – creatinine
    – level of glucose
    – blood clotting time
    – Quick’s index.
  • For five days prior to the procedure, the patient must not take drugs containing acetylsalicylic acid.
  • Immediately prior to the procedure (3 hours before) Do not smoke tobacco. After the procedure – 24 hours
  • One day before the procedure, the reception desk will phone you to confirm the scheduled visit.
  • On the day of procedure, the patient should have fasted for 6 hours.

 

In order to guarantee safety to its Patients, MOTO-MED Clinic utilises the world’s best anaesthesia equipment: Dräger’s Fabius GS premium general anaesthesia apparatus.

With more than a hundred years of experience, Dräger is the world leader in anaesthesiology. Powered respirator does not require propelling gases and is exceptionally efficient and more accurate than traditional respirators. This allows for carrying out ventilation in children as well as disabled persons. This apparatus, due to its highest quality, is utilised in the most technologically advanced operating theatres.  The built-in colour display screen shows in real time the ventilation and pressure parameters. The built-in mechanic flowmeter shows the total flow of individual gases, even in the event of power failure.

For our Patients, who decide to undergo general anaesthesia procedure, we have prepared a specialised, multifunction dentist unit (chair) Denta 2000 Exima, prepared for medical procedure in general anaesthesia.

The unparalleled quality of our medical equipment and extensive experience of our doctors enable us to carry out medical procedures in the safest and most professional way possible.

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