Attach a copy of patient's ID (.jpg, .pdf, .doc, .docx – less than 10 MB in size):
ANESTHESIOLOGY & PAIN MANAGEMENT1240 or +961 1 372888 ext: 1111 Request appointment online
The goal of the CMC professional staff of anesthesiologists is to eliminate the discomfort and anxiety associated with all forms of care and is available to provide a complete range of services to internationally accepted and accredited standards.
Developments in technology and advances made in modern pharmacology as well as the ability to apply a series of new medical methods have made anesthesia a “comfortable” method for both patients and physicians.
Examples of specialized assessments include:
- Preoperative medical evaluations
- Intra-operative pain management
- Critical care management
- Management of acute and chronic pain
- Diagnosis of acute and chronic pain syndromes
- Injections and nerve blocks
- Spinal-cord stimulations
- Spinal-infusion systems
- Obstetrical analgesia and anesthesia
Anesthesiology and Pain Management
Anesthesia Pre-Operative Instructions Before any surgery you have to follow the below instructions:
-Have a light dinner on the evening before surgery.
-Do not eat or drink after midnight the night before surgery
-Stop alcohol 24 hrs before surgery
-Bathe or shower thoroughly the night before or the morning of surgery.
-Remove contact lenses, nail polish and artificial dentures the morning of surgery.
-Do not apply any make-up, hairspray or other grooming products to your skin or hair.
-Leave valuables and Jewelry at home.
Your Pain Matters
At Clemenceau Medical Center, we love our patients and we care about their quality of life. Since pain can impact your life and your beloved ones, it is very important to talk to your doctor about your pain. As a patient, it is your right to have a life free of pain.
There are two kinds of pain:
1- Acute pain, such as that associated with accidents and surgery.
2- Chronic pain that lasts for more than 3 to 6 months. It can be the result from untreated acute pain.
The management of any type of pain needs to be individualized, and is best done in consultation with one’s health care provider.