About the Speciality

The Department of Anaesthesiology at JNU-IMSRC, uses some of the most advanced, safe and patient-friendly processes in the delivery of anaesthesia care.

The well-experienced and highly skilled team of anaesthesiologists along with the state-of-art operation theatres of JNUIMSRC, make it fully equipped to undertake the most complex of surgeries. With intense focus on comprehensive peri-operative patient care extending from pre-operative optimisation, intra-op management to post-operative care, the team believes in extending quality patient care, not only in the operation theatres but beyond it by optimising Preop patient status in its PAC clinics.

Specialty Clinics

Pain Clinic: A multidisciplinary approach to assess, diagnose and plan personalised treatment is used by the pain management Clinic at JNUIMSRC. These services are for both in-house patients as well as out-patients. Managed by the Department of Anaesthesiology, this pain unit uses various methods such as nerve blocks, drug combinations, radio frequency ablation/stimulation, physiotherapy, psychological counselling to manage pain. The team’s major focus is to find out the root cause of pain and how to bring about the speedy recovery of the patient.

Pre-Anaesthesia Check-up (PAC): PAC Clinics are available in every operation theatre. Patients, who are supposed to undergo surgical procedure are regularly screened by the experts at the PAC Clinic before surgery.

Diagnostic and Clinical Services

  • Anaesthesia and critical care services to General Surgery, Obstetrics & Gynaecology, ENT, Ophthalmology, Orthopaedics, Cardio-thoracic surgery, Neuro-surgery, Plastic-surgery, Urology, Paediatric Surgery, GI surgery, Onco-surgery, Trauma centre & all other surgical sub specialties.
  • Anaesthesia services to Cath Lab, Interventional radiology, MRI, CT scan, ECT, acute and chronic pain services, resuscitation and obstetric analgesia services. 
  • Emergency anaesthesia management, code blue support squad and critical lifesaving support to whole hospital.


HOD Message

“The Department of Anaesthesiology at JNU Hospital, Jaipur prides itself on being a pioneer in patient care, education and scientific research. The department is dedicated to provide world class anaesthesia services to all its patients undergoing variety of simple to complicated procedures. While we are equipped with the supremely advanced operation theatre facilities and the best technology available in the world today, our most notable asset is our phenomenal faculty. Our dedicated and highly qualified team of professionals deliver efficient and compassionate patient care that is par excellence.” 

Dr. (Col.) B. L. Mathur


What we treat

At Division of Anaesthesiology of JNU, we invest our efforts, time, and expertise to detect and treat various types of Ailments.

Sepsis arise when chemicals discharged into the circulation system to fight the disease trigger inflammatory responses. This aggravation can trigger a course of changes that can harm different organ systems and cause them to fail.

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Multi-organ failure is usually caused due to Sepsis. It is also known as Total Organ Failure. Organ failure is dysfunction of vital organs to such an extent that normal homeostasis cannot be maintained without external medical intervention.

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Respiratory failure happens when fluid builds up in the air sacs of your lungs. Your lungs cannot discharge oxygen into your blood. Organs can’t get enough oxygen-rich blood to work. The conditions can be acute or chronic. Respiratory failure can lead to death if not treated quickly.

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Acute renal failure happens when your kidney loses the ability to eliminate excess salt from the blood. Salt concentration can rise to high levels when the kidney loses their filtering ability. Acute renal failure is also known as acute kidney failure.

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Trauma mainly refers to any life-threatening physical injuries to the body. It can be caused due to any accident on the road or deep fall, a violent criminal act or a natural disaster. In addition to its physical impact, trauma is also emotionally distressing for the victims.

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After a surgery is performed a patient needs close monitoring. Based on the type of surgery performed and medical history, patients may show post-surgical complications. These include shock, haemorrhage, wound infection, reaction to anaesthesia and many more.

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General Anaesthesia 

General anaesthesia is the state produced when a patient receives medication to produce amnesia and analgesia with or without reversible muscle paralysis.

Spinal Anaesthesia

After proper aseptic precaution spinal needle (27 gauge) is inserted at l3-l4 space. After ensuring free flow of CSF local anaesthetic is instilled in the subarachnoid space.

Central Line Insertion

Sites for insertion-internal jugular vein in neck

  • Subclavian vein
  • Femoral vein

Epidural  Anaesthesia

In this type of anaesthesia, local anaesthetic drug is injected around the spinal cord in the epidural space.

Regional Anaesthesia

Supraclavicular block is a regional anaesthetic technique used as an alternative or in combination with general anaesthesia for upper extremity surgeries

Consult with experienced Doctors

JNU is home to some of the most eminent doctors in the world, most of whom are pioneers in their respective arenas and are renowned for developing innovative and revolutionary procedures