Dr. Kailash Kothari is one of the best Pain Management Specialist in Mumbai with a rich experience of over a decade.
Fortis Hospital, Mulund
Dr Kailash Kothari is specialized in Pain management and is working in this field for past almost a decade. During this period he has mastered various routine & advanced pain management interventional techniques. He has visited many pain centers & institute in USA & Europe to update his knowledge & to bring latest techniques in pain management to pain clinic of India. Dr Kailash Kothari's special interest is managing spine pain (neck & Back Pain) by advanced non surgical methods. He has treated hundreds of patients from different part of India & abroad.
He is member of International association for study of pain (IASP). He is an ex-executive committee member of Indian Society for Study of Pain, Indian chapter of international association for study of pain (ISSP). He is pioneer in organizing one of the most prestigious international PAIN training programme–Comprehensive Interventional Pain Management (CIPM) course at Mumbai/Goa (annually). This trains about 70-100 anesthesiologists, orthopaedic surgeons & neurologists in latest techniques of pain management in India & abroad.
Dr Kailash Kothari is pioneer in introducing many advanced pain management techniques in India. He has presented his pioneered work in pain management in various national & international meetings. Dr Kailash Kothari was invited in India & abroad to delivered lectures & conducted various workshops. He has more than 50 presentations to his credit at national & international level. Dr Kailash Kothari teaches these techniques to many doctors coming from all part of India & abroad. His recent paper was published & presented at world congress on pain practice at New York organized by world institute of pain (WIP). This research was on latest technique called pulsed radiofrequency (pRF) in patients suffering from slipped disc in lumbar(back) region.
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Anesthesiology is the medical specialty that focuses on the total perioperative care of patients before their surgery, while they are in their surgery, and after surgery. An anesthesiologist is a physician (MD or DO) practicing anesthesia. They are doctors specializing in perioperative care, preparing anesthetic plans, and the administration of anesthetics during the operation.
Anesthesiologists help ensure the safety of their patients who are undergoing surgery. They provide care for the patient to prevent pain and distress. In addition to making sure that the patient goes through the operation safely, the anesthesiologist also tries to reduce post-operative pain. They monitor the patient's bodily functions which include:
An anesthetist is a registered nurse trained to safely administer anesthesia. A nurse anesthetist can give anesthesia, monitor a patient’s vital signs, and adjust anesthesia as needed during a procedure, with specialized training in anesthesia. An anesthesiologist is a licensed MD or DO who specializes in administering anesthetics before the procedure, during the procedure, and after medical procedures. He or she also monitor a patient’s vitals during the procedures and adjust anesthesia as needed.
Anesthesiologists don't perform surgery but make a plan for the operation and supervises the administration of medication. They don't physically provide most anesthetics but supervise anesthesia assistants while they provide the anesthetic to the patient.
In most hospitals, the anesthesiologists do meet their patients prior to the operation as it’s extremely beneficial to patients, in terms of preparing them, relieving their anxiety, conveying crucial information regarding the surgery, getting their doubts cleared, decreasing their complications after surgery and improving their satisfaction with their care.
Anesthesiologists are highly skilled professionals and the most important members of the medical team for patient's safety and care. They ensure that the patient is ready for the operation and are concerned with getting the patient safely through the procedure.