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Follow the recommendations of our medical team and come prepared for your surgical intervention without hospital admission.

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About your intervention without income

In an outpatient surgical intervention, also known as ambulatory surgery, the patient is operated on and discharged the same day as the intervention. These types of tests require sedation or local anesthesia and postoperative recovery is done at home.

The important information that you should know before coming to perform your surgical intervention.

Where is it done? At our Creu Blanca Clinic, Av. Foix 63, operating room reception.

When should I come? We wait for you 1 hour before your intervention in the operating room.

Do I have to come accompanied? Yes, you must come with a companion.

Do I need to bring any documentation? Yeah, don’t forget the pre-op analysis.


Medical indications

Keep in mind our instructions and remember:


Fast? You must be fasting from liquids and solids for a minimum of 6 hours.

Medication? If you are taking any medication, consult your doctor before the intervention.

Piercings and jewelry? You must go to the operating room without metallic elements.

Nail polish? You must remove the enamel before entering the operating room.

Prosthesis? Remove or warn staff about the use of contact lenses, dentures, etc. and other types of prostheses.

Shower and cleanliness? You must go to the intervention freshly showered and with your entire body clean, without moisturizing creams or makeup.

Hair in the intervention area? You must shave or wax the area of the intervention with the appropriate cream.

Fever or discomfort the days before? If on the day of the intervention, or days prior to it, you have fever, sore throat, dental problems or signs of infection; you must inform us of this.

Orthopedic material? You can bring or buy any orthopedic material (crutches, girdles, surgical shoes, etc.) that you may need after the traumatological intervention.

Face mask? You must bring a mask, complying with security measures. In addition, you must carry out correct hand hygiene and comply with safety distances whenever possible.

Companion? You must go with a single companion to avoid crowds.