A physical exam will be necessary to access your overall heath and determine if other health issues will influence your plan of care and course of treatment.
Usually an hour, however it could be longer or shorter depending on the reason for the appointment. We what to be sure all your questions have been answered to your satisfaction, and you are comfortable with your plan of care.
Normally, clothing to go home from the hospital in. The hospital will furnish the traditional hospital gowns. You could bring your own but be prepared they may become soiled and need special laundering when you arrive home. Bedroom slippers and toiletries should be brought from home.
No. Medications are dispensed by you nurse. It is sometimes necessary to change, hold or modify the dosage of your normal medications. This will be decided by your Physician.
It is dependent on the type and extent of the surgery you have. More extensive surgeries may keep you in the hospital greater than overnight, but usually you are discharged the following day after surgery. In some out-patient cases you may be discharged to home the same day after observation.
That’s a great question. Please be sure to direct this question to your Physician at your appointment. Your medical conditions and medications will be reviewed at that appointment. Your Physician will determine what medications will be safe for you to take.
The prescription is given for relief of nausea after surgery. Not every surgical patient will experience nausea. It should only be taken if you need relief for post surgery nausea. Please take it as it is prescribed on the label.
It is very important to have your post surgery follow up appointments with the physician who performed your surgery. In some situations your surgeon may release you back into the care of your referring Healthcare provider for continued follow up care.