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How Long Would You Stay In The Hospital For Fainting
It depends: It depends on how you respond to medications. Sometimes it may convert to normal sinus rhythm without any meds. In general, if you have underlying heart problem along with a. Fib it may take longer. And refractory a fib may take even longer if it requires radio frequency ablation. Generally average 1-3 days stay in hospital. ...Read more
Less than 5 days: If it is done laparoscopically then you may be released within a few hours. If major surgery was required, you might have to stay a few days. ...Read more
Intentional?: Depending on the type of Insulin you're referring to, hypoglycemia from an Insulin overdose may take anywhere from several hours to more than 24 hours to wear off. However, if the overdose was intentional, or, if the patient has had a lot of difficulty with diabetes management, a longer stay may be necessary to sort things out. ...Read more
Over night: Some time you could leave the same day if there is no complications. ...Read more
Usually: A few hours as an outpatient procedure. Ask your doctor about your surgical plans. ...Read more
Depends : Depends on symptoms and age of person. Older with more weakness/confusion. If surgically drained on somebody doing well, they may spend anywhere from 1-7 days in the hospital. If they need more assistance, getting around/safety around house etc. Would take more time. Good question to ask the team helping you. ...Read more
Depends which type: Of surgery you are having? Generally the scope surgery is outpatient surgery; a knee replacement surgery would probably require at least 3-5 days of hospitalization, in those who require it; about 2-3 days for fracture fixations. Your orthopod would be better placed to tell you how long your surgery would take or the length of stay? ...Read more
Depends: A ruptured spleen can range from very serious, even life threatening to relatively minor event depending on the reasons for the rupture and the initial care. In general, your team of docs wants to see that your blood counts are stable, your bowels are working, you are willing and able to care for yourself at home, pain is under control. Ok to ask your care team. ...Read more
Depends: It really depends on how long it takes a patient to stabilize. Patient age, underlying health issues, and severity of the thyroid storm are all factors. ...Read more
Depends: A patient can go home in as little as 24-48 hours after an ileostomy. Many factors are involved such as the underlying reason for the ileostomy, method of creation (open vs laparoscopy), patient age, social support at home, other procedures at the same time, etc. The most important determinant is the resumption of normal bowel activity. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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