Surgery


Prior to your operation, you will be sent a letter confirming your appointment, including detailed information on how to prepare. The letter will also include a list of any necessary medications (with prescriptions if needed) as well as details regarding your recovery and follow-up. If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact us at any time.

Day of surgery

You will be seen prior to surgery by Dr Sorensen who will mark the areas of treatment and explain procedures. If you are having general anaesthesia or sedation (TIVA), you will also be seen by the consultant anaesthetist, who will ask supplementary questions, explain about anaesthesia and discuss your post-operative treatment. It is necessary to refrain from food and drink before your surgery, please refer to the pre-operative guidelines in the link below for details.

During surgery

Your health and safety is our primary concern. You will be cared for by a highly qualified professional team throughout your stay in hospital. The anaesthesia will be initiated by an injection in your hand. You will be monitored by the anaesthetist, who will be by your side during the entire procedure.

After surgery

After surgery, you will be transferred into the recovery area where you will be cared for by our nurses. Every effort is made to make you feel as relaxed and comfortable as possible, whilst ensuring high standards of medical care.



 

[Preoperative Guidelines]

 

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