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Our primary goal is to provide you and your patients with a safe reliable turnkey anesthesia service to fit any need and to keep you ahead of the competition. Whether that need is an office setting, ambulatory surgical center, or hospital we are there day and night.
On-demand services to facilitate your anesthesia needs
Level Up Anesthesia has a network of dedicated Anesthesia providers with a proven track record of safety and outstanding care. Our team is committed to delivering excellent medical care for every patient. We custom tailor each anesthesia experience for each surgeon and patient. This ensures that you, our customer, have the best experience possible through the various phases of treatment.
As a turn-key service, we can provide any type of anesthetics. All of our providers have years of experience in all fields and techniques known to anesthesia. With state-of-the-art equipment and monitoring devices, your patient’s safety and comfort are our top priority. In addition to intraoperative care, we offer screening services and post-operative management tools to complement your treatment plan.
In consultation with you and your patients, we can provide light, moderate, and deep sedation as well as general Anesthesia with and without airway manipulation. Any time anesthesia is involved in the care of a patient a strict protocol is followed to comply with all standards of care including monitoring and support of vital functions, as well as emergency management if needed.
As a lone agent anesthesia is not usually indicated. Often, however, we can be on standby to facilitate any and all additional needs should nitrous alone not be sufficient as your procedure progresses. We may opt to administer Nitrous Oxide if your needle or procedure anxiety needs to be dampened prior to the initiation of the anesthesia plan.
Oral sedation is a useful tool to help aid you through your pre-procedure anxiety and stress. It takes up to 45min for the full effect to be absorbed in the GI tract. As with Nitrous, oral sedation as a lone agent or in conjunction with Nitrous Oxide anesthesia personnel is not usually indicated. If you are administered oral sedation you will need to arrange for someone to escort you to your appointment, remain in our office for the duration of the surgery, and drive you home. Once home someone should be immediately available and responsible for you in the event you need assistance.
INTRAVENOUS LIGHT, MODERATE, AND DEEP SEDATION
To understand the depth of anesthesia you must realize everyone reacts differently to different medications. You should also know anesthesia is best described as a spectrum of awareness or lack of awareness. Our experienced providers are experts at interpreting and implementing an anesthetic plan that most effectively meets your and your patient’s needs. Generally, with intravenous anesthesia, your patient is in a state of relaxation, often they are unaware of the procedure, and sleeping and amnesia are common. If there is any chance of receiving IV sedation the patient must not eat or drink anything for a minimum of 8 hours unless directed by the anesthesia provider. Also, if your patient is administered any type of IV sedation, they will need to arrange for someone to escort them to their appointment, remain in our office for the duration of the surgery, and drive them home. Once home someone should be immediately available and responsible for the patient in the event, they need assistance.
This is a term that by definition means the patient does not react to painful stimuli. This is achieved using specific medications and or gases in conjunction with required monitors and devices to support all the patient’s vital functions if necessary, including but not limited to respiration, cardiovascular support, oxygenation, blood pressure, and airway management. During general anesthesia, amnesia is usually universal and expected. Airway support, management, and manipulation are one of our most important responsibilities. There are a number of tools and devices at our immediate disposal to ensure that the patient’s airway is fully controlled at all times. As with IV sedation, the patient must not eat or drink anything for a minimum of 8 hours, unless directed by the anesthesia provider. Also, if general anesthesia is utilized the patient will need to arrange for someone to escort them to their appointment, remain in our office for the duration of the surgery, and drive the patient home. Once home someone should be immediately available and responsible for the patient in the event, they need assistance.
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