Your doctor requested Quantum Anesthesia Services to provide anesthesia care during your procedure. Our highly experienced anesthesia clinicians are dedicated to providing outstanding service and safe, high quality anesthesia care for you every time.
Prior to your procedure, our staff will need to gather necessary information about your medical and surgical history, such as medical conditions, recent lab work, history of complications and other pertinent information. Depending on your medical history and surgical procedures, it may be necessary to obtain additional diagnostics or a preoperative evaluation from your medical doctor.
Our staff will also explain the anesthetic procedure, review preoperative and postoperative instructions and answer any questions you may have regarding anesthesia experience.
Your safety is our #1 priority. If you have significant medical conditions, it may be determined that a non-hospital setting is not a safe environment for your surgery and anesthesia. This will be determined through evaluation by your anesthesia provider in coordination with your surgeon and your medical doctor.
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We will need to gather the following information about your medical history:
- A detailed list of all of your medical conditions and past surgical procedures;
- Any allergies that you have;
- All medications that you are taking-including herbals, non-prescription medications and dietary supplements-along with the dosages;
- Any workup or studies that you have had related to major organs such as heart, lungs, brain, liver and kidneys. These studies should be available for the anesthesia provider to review;
- Any recent lab work;
- A history of all prior anesthetics along with any unfavorable reactions, including nausea and/or vomiting;
- Inform your anesthesia care provider if anyone in your family has ever been diagnosed with or suspected of having either malignant hyperthermia or pseudocholinesterase deficiency during an anesthetic. These are rare, hereditary diseases whose risks associated with these conditions can be avoided.
- Information concerning loose teeth, false teeth, bridges or implants. This will be important if you will have an airway device placed during your procedure.