UOC Anesthesia and Reanimation 1

UOC Anesthesia and Reanimation 1

Where we are

1st floor, east side: secretaryship and doctors office
Mon – Fri | 8:30 – 12:30 and 13:30 – 16:30
3rd floor, west side: intensive care



Secretaryship and doctors office     049 8211715
Intensive care     049 8215753


The activity of the Anesthesia and Reanimation 1 Unit is divided into four areas:

  • anesthesia for all surgical activities, beginning with outpatient anesthesiology examinations either before or during hospital admission;
  • NORA (Non-Operating Room Anesthesia) for procedures outside the operating theater that require the loss of consciousness and the possible control of pain; in particular:
    radiation treatment for pediatric patients,
    scintigraphic diagnostics of pediatric patients,
    endoscopic surgery of the digestive tract,
    highly specialized endoscopic diagnostics of the digestive tract;
  • intensive care for the management of the postoperative period of major surgery or of patients at higher operative risk, as well as of any complications arising in patients admitted to the IOV;
  • predisposition of central (totally implantable or not) and peripheral venous vascular accesses.

The Anesthesia and Reanimation 1 unit guarantees the intervention of specialized medical personnel in all emergency situations that may occur in the Institute, and its specialized consultancy to all departments.

Our expertise is achieved through continuous training and the enhancement of professional skills, with respect for the fundamental rights of the individual as a reference value. The aim is to provide an adequate level of care in terms of effectiveness, appropriateness and efficiency of performance, through the definition and evaluation of the diagnostic and therapeutic pathways of each patient.

Dirigente medico, Direttore dell'Unità operativa

Scientific Activity

All the members of the team participate in clinical research activities, which has evident consequences in daily practice.
Current research interests include:

  • NORA in the pediatric field
  • intra and postoperative management of HIPEC
  • anesthesia in video-assisted surgery
  • techniques of locoregional anesthesia and analgesia
  • vascular accesses for chemotherapy
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