Obstetric anesthesia

Obstetric anesthesia

Physiologic changes of pregnancy uniquely influence anesthesia for Cesarean delivery. Included is a review of current obstetrical anesthesia considerations for Cesarean delivery and recent changes improving maternal care and outcome. Increased use of neuraxial techniques instead of general anesthesia for Cesarean delivery has improved maternal safety. Recent changes in the prevention of gastric aspiration, hypotension from neuraxial techniques, venous thrombosis and a team approach have improved maternal care. Elective Cesarean deliveries and management of urgent deliveries are areas of discussion. Obstetric anesthesia advances have improved maternal outcomes. Current areas of needed obstetric anesthesia research include improved obese patient care, the impact of anticoagulation on neuraxial techniques in pregnancy, long-term neurocognitive effects of neonatal exposure to anesthesia and postoperative pain management.
The purpose of the Society to enhance the quality of anesthesia care for obstetric patients, improve patient safety by reducing the incidence and severity of anesthesia-related complications, and increase patient satisfaction.

The Obstetric Anesthesia Service trains junior residents and Fellows in the intricacies of

  • Perianesthetic evaluation
  • Aspiration prevention
  • Anesthetic care for labor and delivery
  • Removal of retained placenta
  • Anesthetic choices for cesarean delivery
  • Postpartum tubal ligation and anesthetic options
  • Management of obstetric and anesthetic emergencies

Major Outcomes Considered

  • Maternal analgesia
  • Maternal, fetal and neonatal anesthetic complications
  • Maternal, fetal and neonatal obstetric complications
  • Maternal comfort and satisfaction

Resource:
Recognized training centre
Government : All Govt. Medical Colleges & also all Districts Hospital
Autonomous Institute :  Bangabandu Sheikh Mujib Medical University,
Non-government  : Bangladesh Institute of Research Diabetes, Endocrine
and Metabolic Disorders & other  corporate hospital.

 

Training program : EOC (emergency obstetric care) in all Govt. Medical college

Name Institute Contact
Prof. Khalilur Rahman Square Hospital 01711-528391
Krahman1900@gmail.com
Prof. Wahiuddin Mahmud Square Hospital 01711-542199
anga@squarehospital.com
Prof.  M. A Mannan Professor, Holly family red crescent 01711-544647
Prof. Abdur Rahman DMCH 01715075059
Prof. AKM Nurnobi Chowdhury BIRDEM 01819228831
Dr. Paresh Chandra Sarker Sir Salimullah Medical College 01911-342435 (M), sarker.paresh@yahoo.com
Dr. Ranjan Kumar Nath Chittagong Medical College  
Dr.Kalyan Barua Chittagong Medical College 01711-761119
Dr.Saral Kumar Saha Comilla Medical College  
Colonel Dr. Md. Mahbub Haq Comilla Cantonment Hospital  
Dr. SP Mirta Apollo Hospital  
Dr. Nebedita Nargis Apollo Hospital  
Dr. M. A. Karim Bangladesh Adhanuk Medical College Hospital 01199-831612, 01919-998880
Dr. Debashish Banik BSMMU 01911322271
Dr. Sabina Yeasmin BSMMU 01715593732
Dr. Dilip Kumar Saha ICMH  
Dr.Rubina Yasmin NIO 01712-178586
Dr. Tamina Banu Square Hospital  
Dr. SK Fariduddin Ahmed Khulna Medical college  
Dr. Md. Hefizul Bari MMCH 01711974115, 01711670831
Prof. M. A. Jalil Bari Bhuiya Sylhet  
Dr.Nihar Ranzan Kundu Dinajpur Medical College Hospital 01819-660324
Dr. (Big. Gen. Rtd.) Razia Khanam   Mob: 01711-563456
Dr. A. K.M. Rabiul Iqbal Khulna Medical college  
Prof. Dr. Rezaul Islam Addin Medical college & Hospital 01715-101983,  drrezaulislam58@gmail.com
Prof. A. K. Azizul Haque NITOR 01711276787
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