Clinique de l'Alma Paris7


The anaesthesia department at the Clinique de l'Alma operates as a group. The anaesthetic consultation gives you the opportunity to discuss your operation with one of our anaesthetists.

The anaesthetist may prescribe painkillers and, in the event of severe stress, anxiolytics, to help manage any pain you may be experiencing.

During this consultation, the anaesthetist will ask you questions about your medical history (allergies, surgery, etc.) and your personal characteristics (height, weight, etc.). He or she will then be able to suggest different types of anaesthetic (general, epidural, local) and draw up a personalised anaesthetic protocol.

During this interview, the anaesthetist will give you a detailed estimate of any extra charges.

The anaesthetist will explain the risks associated with the different types of anaesthesia offered. You will sign an informed consent form, confirming that you have been properly informed about the risks associated with your anaesthetic.

Your comfort and safety during your stay is one of our priorities. This consultation is the ideal time to ease your anxieties and stress and answer any questions you may have about your operation.

Anaesthetic consultations take place in our consultation centre at 160bis Rue de l'Université, 75007 Paris, Monday to Friday, 8am to 7pm.

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