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  • UW Health anesthesiologist physicians offer a wide spectrum of patient care, with specific focus on providing perioperative, critical care and pain management services. Anesthesiologists, clinical anesthetists and technicians work as a team during surgical and diagnostic procedures in the operating room suite and other locations at UW Hospital.
    Sedation, regional anesthesia, analgesia and general anesthesia are used to provide patients with a satisfying experience during procedures performed by dentists, surgeons and other physicians. State-of-the-art anesthesia and monitoring devices provide the safest experience possible.

    • Preoperative assessment and testing
    • Sedation, regional anesthesia, analgesia and general anesthesia
    • Invasive hemodynamic monitoring
    • Intraoperative transesophageal echocardiographic monitoring
    • Intraoperative somatosensory evoked potential neurologic monitoring
    • Elective and emergency airway management
    • Perioperative peripheral and neuraxial nerve blocks for pain management
    • Perioperative vascular access