How should anaesthesia be monitored during dental treatment?
Blood pressure, pulse rate, electrocardiogram (ECG), respiratory monitoring ( capnography ) and oxygen levels are some of the important vital signs that the anaesthesiologist monitors during your office-based surgery. In MACSC, there should be a registered nurse monitoring your patients' vital signs as well.
What is the role of the anaesthesiologist during child’s surgery?
Their main task is to provide safe, optimal conditions during surgery and to make the entire atmosphere stay as pleasant and comfortable as possible. As children are constantly on guard for changes in breathing, heart action, blood pressure or unexpected events which, although rare, may occur during surgery. Apart from assuring the optimal safety of your paediatric patients during surgery, anaesthesiologists are specially trained in how to make the operative procedure as comfortable as possible for your patients.