If you have recently been advised that you need to have a procedure, then this means that you will also have some sort of anaesthesia. An anaesthetic is simply a way of ensuring that your procedure is pain free.
Click here to download information directly from the Royal College of Anaesthetists. This particular website contains a great deal of highly informative and accurate information for anyone who will be having an anaesthetic. You can download several documents instantly - we recommend Anaesthesia Explained and You and Your Anaesthetic.
These leaflets explain the various types of anaesthesia and introduce the role of your anaesthetist. They also provide some useful background reading on how to prepare for an anaesthetic before you come into hospital, what to expect on the day of your procedure and the role the anaesthetist may play afterwards in giving you any pain relief. They also outline and quantify the benefits and the risks of anaesthesia.
If you are having your procedure at the Spire Hospital in Havant with Mr Yiangou, then your anaesthetist will be from the Portsmouth Anaesthetic Group. If you need to contact them directly for example for a quotation, then you can do so via their website www.portsmouthanaesthesia.com.