Hassan Mumtaz, Aiman Baloch, 3Kinza Awais, Aymen Hafeez, Fatima Meer, Anmol Paracha, Tehreem Fatima
Regional anesthesia has been part of perioperative medicine for more than a century. New enthusiasm has been sparked by recent studies for this practice This can have significant impact on perioperative and perhaps even long-term outcomes. This observational retrospective study was carried out in KRL Hospital during 1st September to 31st October 2020. A total sample size of 236 was achieved. Our study showed that 60% patients were given general anesthesia, 25.8% were given local anesthesia & spinal anesthesia was given to 9.7%. 2% of patients were given combined spinal epidural anesthesia & biers block each. Where as 0.4% patients were given a combination of spinal with general anesthesia. Safety and efficacy is same in all all forms of anesthesia though the selection of anesthesia solely depends on the surgeon and the operative case being done.