ANESTHESIA AND REANIMATION
Anesthesia is the department that deals with patients during the surgery process. Reanimation, on the other hand, means bringing the patient back to life and reviving him/her. During diagnosis and treatment, anesthesia is usually applied so that the patient does not feel any pain during surgical operations. The drugs used to prevent the patient from feeling pain during the procedure are determined and applied by the anesthesiologist and reanimation specialist. It is also the most important responsibility of the anesthesiologist to minimize the negative effects of anesthesia on the human body and to ensure that the patient wakes up after the surgery without any problems that may affect his/her vital functions.