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Ambulatory Anesthesia – Recovery from Surgery

December 23, 2021


The most important pieces you should have upright, a companion, someone to watch you and is able to take you back home. Because you are not admitted to the hospital, someone has to be responsible for you. You can expect a short recovery and you can expect to either get local regional sedation and general anesthesia. You should present with eight hours of fasting to make sure that we can proceed ahead with no complications, that your health is steady at baseline with no changes. And that you’re taking the medications that were instructed by either your surgeon or anesthesiologist.

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