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Anesthesia For Outpatient Surgery & Procedures

Even outside of the hospital, anesthesiologists work with surgeons and other physicians to keep patients as comfortable and pain free as possible. Indiana University Health anesthesiologists have extensive experience reducing the discomfort of minor surgical and nonsurgical procedures at outpatient surgery centers, imaging centers and physician offices.

As medicine progresses, more minimally invasive treatment options allow you to receive care outside of the hospital and go home the same day. Though these procedures may involve few or no incisions and take an hour or less, they may still cause pain, discomfort or anxiety that can be eased by anesthesia. Our expert physicians focus on your comfort and safety throughout your procedure to ensure you have the best experience possible.

How We Can Help

How We Can Help

Anesthesia For Outpatient Surgery & Procedures Treatment Information

Anesthesiologists control the discomfort or pain of minor and outpatient treatments by providing anesthesia or sedation for such procedures as:

Our ability to offer effective short-term anesthesia and pain control allows you to recover more quickly. We use several types of anesthesia for these procedures:

After the procedure, you wake up quickly and are given effective pain control if needed. You can go home the same day so you can recover in familiar surroundings.


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Anesthesia For Outpatient Surgery & Procedures Support Services

Learn more about the anesthesiologist’s role in outpatient surgery and procedures. The websites below offer helpful information and may suggest questions to ask your anesthesiologist beforehand.