What happens after surgery?

Recovery. You go to the recovery room while the anesthesia wears off and your vitals are monitored and they make sure you are fully awake and breathing on your own.

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I have a gallstone and my surgeon advised me that I must remove my gall bladder. Is this the only way? What happens after surgery?

Agree. I would agree that you need to have the stone and gallbladder removed. Its usually done laparoscopic and therefore its not such a big operation. Gallstones cannot be disolved or treated in any other way. Leaving it can cause symptoms and can ultimately lead to complications. You can live normally after removal, and it mostly doesn't affect you after such a removal. Read more...

What happens after the surgery?

Review with family. After most procedures, except those done under local anesthesia, patients may feel perfectly alert but in fact later have poor recall due to the sedative or anesthesia administered. The stall will review all the post-operative instructions with not only the patient but also the family or care-taker. After anesthesia for 24 hours and while on narcotic pain medicines your should not drive. Read more...
Depends on surgery. The wound heals within 10 days and the pain resolves. Read more...

If you have had your gall bladder removed, can you tell me what happens after the surgery?

See below. Usually no symptoms or problems. Most all people can return to eating a normal diet, the bile still passes from the liver through the bile duct into the intestine for digestion. About 1 in 400 get diarrhea after this surgery, and is usually temporary. Read more...
Very few problems. Short term (2 weeks): pain from recovery from surgery. Long-term (more than 2 weeks): 1 in 10 people will notice if they eat fatty foods (especially restaurant foods --usually >50% fat), they will need to urgently moved their bowels with loose stool within 20 minutes. Not everyone experiences this, and those that do often find that it improves as the body adapts to the lack of the gallbladder. Read more...

What happens after arthritis surgery?

Usually pain relief. Most arthritis surgery involves correcting bad joint surfaces by replacement or fusion. Once the arthritic surfaces are gone, and the synovium (lining of the joint) cleaned out, the pain disappears. Read more...

What happens after skin removal surgery?

Question is vague. I am not sure what you are asking about. However, if it is about postoperative care, the following applies: https://www.gastricsurgeon.com/procedures/excess-skin-removal. Read more...

Could you tell me what happens after rotator cuff surgery?

Rotator Cuff Surgery. This varies from doctor to doctor and also depends on the severity of the tear. It is generally accepted that initially you should avoid any active range of motion of the shoulder, while often passive range is allowed much sooner. After appropriate rest, pt will gradually help you regain range of motion, and then later strengthening exercises will be added. Expect 3-6 months for recovery. Read more...

I heard that because lasik surgery is generally new, you really can't expect what will happen after the surgery. Is this true?

No. Lasik is not considered new anymore. However the technology to perform the procedure is always rapidly evolving. Flap creation with a laser, wavefront, iris registration, etc. Things are always improving, and thus it's important to have a thorough evaluation of your eye health to see if you are a good candidate for the existing technology once your prescription is stable. Read more...
Absolutely not. Studies have shown that lasik is safe. It is highly predictable after the surgery. It has been performed for about 20 years. Around 32 million people worldwide have had it. As with any surgery, there are always risks and it is important to know the risks and benefits, but it is important to know that it is very effective. Read more...
Not true. Lasik is not new and results are excellent and stable after tge procedure. See pubmed.Com. Read more...