Capital Anesthesiology Association offers anesthesia administration by professional physicians using safe, effective ways of relieving pain before, through, and after surgical procedures. The three top classes of anesthesia include General Anesthesia, Local/MAC (Monitored Anesthesia Care), and Regional Anesthesia.
General Anesthesia involves extensive surgery procedures, and it requires complete unconsciousness. Examples are the brain, belly, the chest, or heart surgery. Local Monitored Anesthesia Care (Twilight Sleep) comes in handy for specific procedures that involve operations on the small soft tissue areas. Regional Anesthesia controls pain during and after a surgical procedure on a particular section of the body, arms, legs, or the lower abdomen. Sedative medication is administered through an I.V sedation to help patients relax during surgery.
CAA physicians are certified by the American Board of Anesthesiology. That comes after completing their advanced training in specialized anesthesia studies. Their services extend in various hospitals as well as the ambulatory surgery centers all over Austin Texas. Billing for anesthetic services rendered is done separately. The bill includes anesthesia charges connected to the equipment, drugs and other supplies used for your care.
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If you prefer using insurance to make payments, the information provided will be used to file a claim with the insurance carrier provided. CAA partners with most insurance providers in Texas. They also have the option of online payment system which allows quick and secure payments.
CAA’s main office is located in 3705 Medical Parkway Austin Texas and answers to all your surgery needs, questions, or concerns. The Headquarters’ offices open from Monday to Friday from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm CT.