Ambulatory Anesthesia


Ambulatory Anesthesia involves simple surgical procedures that are expected to have minimal effects on a patient's body functions and cause mild pain that can easily be controlled with oral medication. Ambulatory anesthesia patients typically go home on the same day of their surgery, unless closer observation is needed. Short-acting anesthetics and specialized anesthetic techniques as well as care specifically focused on the needs of the ambulatory patient are used to make your experience safe and pleasant.  In general, if you are in sensibly good health, you are a candidate for ambulatory anesthesia and surgery.  Because every patient is unique, your anesthesiologist will cautiously evaluate you and your health status to govern if you should undergo ambulatory anesthesia.  In most cases, family and friends can provide all the needed assistance.  If you do not have family members to help at home, you may oblige additional assistance.  Certain ambulatory facilities offer special post-surgical recovery facilities or extended services with nurses who visit you at home. Appropriate pain management will be included as part of your discharge planning.


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