Post-operative care

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Immediately after your discharge

  • Organise transportation home after your surgery
  • Ensure you can visit a Pharmacy to fill any prescriptions
  • Have a family member or friend available to assist you at home for at least 24 hours
  • Keep your post-operative care instructions, medical contact names and other medical history information visible.

Pain expectations

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Follow up

find this Please call  (07) 5536 1177 to make your follow-up appointment for 2-3 weeks from the date of your surgery, http://mhs.se/produkt/motorhistoriskt-magasin-1990-02/?wc-ajax=get_refreshed_fragments Or use the online booking form.

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