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Aftercare For Leep Procedure
This is a procedure done to remove a part of the cervix that is abnormal. Pts have leeps once they have had an abnormal pap smear and further evaluation warranted a leep to remove tissue off the cervix. This is both a diagnostic and therapeutic procedure. Its cuts the bad part out and it helps heal whatever other tissue is affected by ...Read more
Outpatient general anesthesia for hysteroscopy with dilation curettage would the patient receive little anesthesia since the procedure is short?
Depends: The answer to this question really depends on her diagnosis. I assume she has some sort of problem with her pap smear. Usually cervical issues, those conditions found in a pap test, dont require hysterectomy. The leep can be both diagnostic and treat most conditions involving her cervix, but she should consult her doctor as to why either procedure should be done. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is blepharoplasty an office procedure? Is blepharoplasty done in the surgeon's office, or is it a hospital procedure?
Is there a medical reason for delaying the stitching of a wound from outpatient surgery (basil/squamous cell removal) 1 day? Additionally, is it customary to report the stitching procedure as a different procedure for medical insurance charging?
Your : Your doctor may be delaying closure of the wound to allow the pathologist to interpret the pathology specimen and make sure there are no signs that there are cancer cells that need to be removed (i.e., look for positive margins). There are separate medical procedure codes for the skin cancer excision and wound repair so it is customary to see two procedure charges in these types of situations. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends on several: parameters - is this being done in office or surgery center/OR with anesthesia, is there local anesthesia (paracervical block or otherwise), will the patient be premedicated (with something like ibuprofen/Motrin/advil or Aleve/naprosyn/naproxen), the patient's pain threshold. In general, it may be crampy during and after the procedure but should not be overly so ...Read more
Ankle scope: Depending on how involved the procedure is but usually you are immobilized in a splint for two weeks non weight bearing with crutches followed 4 weeks in a walking boot. During which you start light physical therapy. Once you r cleared your surgeon will increase the physical therapy. Typical recovery is 6-8 weeks before u can go back to activity. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Depends why: Often a d & c may be done under sedation with Propofol and other meds such as versed or fentanyl. The gyn doctor may use local anesthesia around the cervix. If it's an emergency situation where the patient doesn't have an empty stomach, if the patient is extremely obese, or if there is heavy bleeding, general anesthesia may be safest. The ob/gyn and anes doctors will decide the best plan. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Cosmetic veneers: The amount of tooth enamel removed for the placement of veneers depends on a number of factors: whether your teeth are straight or crowded, the size, shape and color of your teeth, your bite, whether you have any parafunctional habits (bruxing). Another determining factor is the desired outcome of treatment. Some veneers can be placed with minimal reduction, while others require more. ...Read moreSee 5 more doctor answers
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See below: You come into the hospital, they draw some labs and put the baby on the monitor. Once the labs are back, the anesthesiologist will take you to the delivery room and give you medications via an injection through your back to take away all pain receptors. Read below for further steps http://www.webmd.com/baby/tc/cesarean-section-how-a-cesarean-section-is-done ...Read more
Depends on local: Each facility has its own mechanism for providing care post interventional radiology procedure. In most cases, hospitalists (general internists who practice only in the setting of the hospital) provide post procedural care if everything goes well. If there are complications, you may be cared for by general surgery or pulmonary/critical care, or anesthesia/critical care. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Varies: Depends. If it is a rubber band office procedure, it constricts the internal hemorrhoid veins. Surgery may remove external and internal hemorrhoid veins, or ligate them. Surgical stapling can excise the veins and loose internal lining. ...Read more