In many medical interventions and operations, artificial sleep has the task of not letting the patient feel anything. Clinic chief physician Florian Weis explains what the ideal preparation looks like.
Interview by Heike A. Batzer, Fürtsenfeldbruck
In the course of life, most people experience it: an anaesthetic. In many medical interventions and operations, artificial sleep ensures that the patients do not feel the intervention. On Wednesday, September 28, Florian Weis will explain modern methods of anesthesia as part of the joint series of lectures by the hospital and adult education center. Weis has been head of the department for anesthesia and surgical intensive care medicine at the Fürstenfeldbruck Clinic for almost ten years and, as Medical Director, is also a member of the clinic management team. Around 8,000 anesthetics are performed in the Fürstenfeldbruck Clinic every year.