Tonsillectomy

A tonsillectomy is a surgery to remove the tonsils, the two small glands located in the back of your throat. PostCare™ Discharge Tasks

Vasectomy Surgery

A vasectomy is a surgical procedure that serves as birth control by permanently cutting off the flow of sperm to the penis. PostCare™ Discharge Tasks

LASIK Laser Eye Surgery

LASIK laser surgery is a relatively simple and nonintrusive procedure that is designed to reduce or eliminate the need for glasses or contact lenses. PostCare™ Discharge Tasks

Cardiac Catheterization Angiography

A Cardiac Catheterization is a procedure to examine your heart. The arteries that carry oxygen to the heart are examined and blocked arteries can be identified. Arteries are strong blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart to the body. The aorta is the largest artery in the body and the blood it carries is rich with oxygen. PostCare™ … Read More

Coronary Artery Balloon Angioplasty

During a balloon angioplasty, a heart specialist will insert a thin tube into an artery in your arm or leg and gently guide it towards the problem area in your heart. PostCare™ Discharge Tasks

Gastric Bypass Laparoscopic Surgery

Gastric Bypass is a surgical procedure used to help a patient lose weight. It is usually recommended to help those who are morbidly obese – meaning that their weight problem has become a serious health risk. Most severely overweight patients overeat. Food enters the body through the mouth, travels down the esophagus where it collects in the stomach. From there, … Read More

Laparoscopy Diagnostic

Using the laparoscope’s video camera, the surgeon is able to explore and inspect the interior of the abdomen – often allowing the surgeon to see with greater detail and with more clarity than with the human eye alone. [/x_columnize] A laparoscope is a narrow tube that contains a light source and a small video camera that can aid in the … Read More

Coronary Artery Bypass Graft (CABG ) Off-Pump

When the surgeon removes a portion of a blood vessel from the patient’s leg or chest, most probably the left internal mammary artery and the saphenous vein to bypass the old, diseased coronary artery and to build a new pathway for blood to reach the heart muscle. These transplanted vessels are called grafts and depending on your condition, your doctor may … Read More