At Vinita Hospital, we provide comprehensive services with state-of-the-art medical equipment, a central ventilating system, and a sterilization system for meeting patient and employee safety. All operating room services in Chennai combine microscopic, endoscopic, arthroscopic, and laparoscopic surgical procedures along with the most innovative technologies in diagnostic imaging.
The post-operative wards here include advanced monitoring systems to provide the patients with focused post-operative care.
Our operation theater in the hospital has the latest systems, instruments, and devices suspended from the ceiling in order to prevent ambient pollution. The anesthesia procedures that represent the most vital part of every operation are performed with sophisticated care by a specialized team.
All vital signs, as well as medications of our patients, are digitally recorded from the time they enter the operating room until they leave the operating room.
The existence of a general intensive care unit coronary/cardiovascular surgery intensive care unit and neonatal intensive care unit constitutes vital assurance in all operations. Moreover, all our operating room services in Chennai are equipped with computers from which the imaging and test results of our patients can be viewed.
An operating room, also known as an operating theater or surgery suite, is a specially designed room in a hospital or other medical facility where surgical procedures are performed. It is equipped with specialized surgical instruments, advanced medical technology, and a team of trained medical professionals who work together to provide safe and effective surgical care to patients.
A wide range of surgical procedures can be performed in an operating room, depending on the needs of the patient and the expertise of the surgical team. Some of the most common types of surgeries performed in an operating room include:
During surgery in an operating room, the patient is first prepared for the procedure. This typically involves administering anesthesia, which may be general anesthesia to induce unconsciousness or regional anesthesia to numb a specific area of the body. Once the anesthesia has taken effect, the surgical team will begin the procedure.