We offer our patients the entire spectrum of state-of-the-art anaesthesia procedures – from the so-called “Twilight sleep” via regional anaesthesia to general anaesthesia. Regional anaesthesia is the best choice for a large part of the procedures. With the latest ultrasound technology, this method is very differentiated and safe to handle. The targeted use of state-of-the-art procedures allows us to carry out major operations even in elderly patients or patients with multiple pre-existing illnesses.

Before and after surgery

Before and during surgery, we start a customised pain therapy to ensure a painless postoperative course.

In the first postoperative days, we also offer monitoring at an Intermediate Care Station (IMC), which is integrated into the bed wing. With medically innovative equipment, Intermediate Care is positioned between the intensive care unit with its comprehensive therapeutic possibilities and the normal ward, where close monitoring of the patient is not possible.

Cooperation partners

Since August 2015, Clinic Dr. Decker has been cooperating with the Anaesthesia Centre Chiemgau (ACC). The ACC is an interdisciplinary community practice for anaesthesia based in Rosenheim. Here, they benefit from the vast experience in surgical management, intensive care and pain therapy.

Useful for patients

Before anaesthesia

You must be fasting for anaesthesia. This means that no solid food may be consumed at least six hours before anaesthesia begins. Up to two hours before the beginning of anaesthesia, clear liquids such as water or tea may be drunk in small quantities. The prior withdrawal from smoking, usually about three to four weeks, can significantly reduce the risk of possible complications of the lung or even wound healing problems before, during and after surgery.

In addition, make-up, nail polish, watches, jewellery and piercings should be avoided as much as possible. Immediately prior to surgery, contact lenses, glasses and dentures must be removed.