Perioperative Care

Perioperative care, from the initial decision to undergo surgery right through to complete recovery, is a critical part of healthcare delivery. GE Healthcare’s proven perioperative solutions provide a holistic approach to perioperative care aid your effective patient management and help you optimize postoperative outcomes.

Perioperative care, from the initial decision to undergo surgery right through to complete recovery, is a critical part of healthcare delivery. GE Healthcare’s proven perioperative solutions provide a holistic approach to perioperative care aid your effective patient management and help you optimize postoperative outcomes.


Proven perioperative care solutions to drive optimal postoperative outcomes

Typical complications in the Perioperative care include haemodynamic instability, postoperative pulmonary complications, patient awareness during surgery, postoperative pain etc. and the impact can be considerable. GE Healthcare offers a comprehensive range of patient monitoring and therapy delivery solutions that provide clinicians with a more holistic intra- and postoperative insight into the individual’s response to anaesthesia and surgical outcomes.

Supporting Haemodynamic Stability
Minimizing pulmonary complications and respiratory compromise

Comprehensive range of patient monitoring, therapy delivery and digital solutions to better analyse individual’s response to anaesthesia and surgical outcomes

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    15. RCT, 72 patients undergoing routine surgical procedures under…anaesthesia were randomly assigned to receive either standard clinical practice (n = 35) or standard practice plus monitoring of depth of anaesthesia with Entropy.