Surgical interventions with night admission

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Surgical interventions with night admission

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Your doctor has already informed you about the procedure, the risks and possible alternatives, answering any questions about these aspects. Please follow the detailed recommendations below:

Previous Information

  • Place: Av.. Foix 63, Surgical Admissions (Admisiones Quirúrgicas)

  • Time: Youou should arrive 1 hour before the operating room time

  • Duration of the procedure: Nightt admission

  • Company: Pleasease make sure to come accompanied by a companion

  • Additional data: Pleasease remember to bring the preoperative analysis

Medical instructions

  • Do not consume liquids and solids for 6 hours prior to the procedure

  • If you take medication, please seek advice from your doctor about how to proceed. It's important to bring any current medication with you, when attending the hospital

  • Please remove all metal containing objects including (Chains, Jewellery, Watches or Piercings) and Nail Polish prior to entering the operating room

  • All prostheses including (Contact Lenses and False Teeth) must be removed, or if not possible please inform us

  • On the day of the procedure, please shower or wash your whole body. Please do not use lotions or makeup

  • If there is body hair located within the procedure location, please make sure to remove prior to the procedure

  • If you have a Fever, Sore Throat, Tooth Problems or any sign of an infection on the day or 3 days prior to the procedure, please contact us immediately and inform us of your condition

Other comments

If your procedure requires orthopedic material, remember to bring this with you or it will be changed at the clinic (immobilisers, crutches, surgical shoes, girdles etc).

If your companion wishes to spend the night in the hospital, please contact us to request more information.

We remind that, to accomplish the security measures, the face mask is required in the Hospital. In addition, hand sanitization recommendation and security distances should be obeyed whenever possible. To avoid crowds, only one companion per patient is allowed.