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Does it hurt?

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I come home the night of my operation.
"I was hooked up to a small catheter at the bottom of my neck connected to an electronic device" it's continuous analgesia ...

Your anesthesia continues at home.
A healthcare professional will come and visit you at home.
Your nurse is a
 Pro . She gon' handle that catheter

Anesthesia-resuscitation pole

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Technical platform


The technical platform is the entire structure dedicated to surgery. The operating block includes 12 intervention rooms, a recovery room, an intensive care unit, and post-surgical resuscitation. 

This technical platform complies with the most recent safety standards.

Anesthesia medical team

All the conditions are met for your anesthetic safety. Six experienced anesthetist-resuscitators work as a team to ensure that your operation takes place in optimal safety. Anesthetist-resuscitators also provide postoperative resuscitation and pain management in our establishment.

They master the most recent loco-regional anesthesia techniques. In addition to your conventional anesthesia (general anesthesia), it brings you post-operative comfort through additional anesthesia. pain control is assured.

pain control

  • Post-operative
  • But also at your home

Along with performing the surgery, your anesthesiologist positions a small catheter (a few tenths of a millimetre) ( A ) allowing the distribution of an anesthetic product. The analgesia continues at your home thanks to a small programmed electronic pump ( B ).

This technique brings many advantages:

  • pain control

  • Decrease in edema

  • Reduced risk of reflex sympathetic dystrophy

  • Immediate rehabilitation

  • Immediate return home

  • Home support

Analgesia by perineural catheter

Analgesia by perineural catheter allows the continuous diffusion of anesthetic in contact with a nervous structure.

The Interscalene Block

  • Ultrasound-guided interscalene block (BIS) consistently blocks the C5-C6 nerve roots, producing reliable anesthesia and analgesia of the shoulder and arm.

  • Ultrasound-guided interscalene block of the brachial plexus provides deep surgical anesthesia and postoperative analgesia for shoulder surgery.

  • Common side effects of BIS include transient paralysis of the diaphragm and recurrent laryngeal nerve. These side effects are generally well tolerated.

  • Patient selection is particularly important to ensure the safety of interscalene block, which is frequently associated with transient phrenic nerve palsy. This paralysis can induce significant respiratory distress in patients with pre-existing respiratory disease.

Your Anesthesiologist will accompany you to choose the best analgesia.

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 ( B ) Electronic diffuser
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 ( A ) Micro-catheter
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