What is Anesthesia for Ambulatory Surgery?
Ambulatory anesthesia is the type of short-acting anesthesia that is administered to the patient who will undergo Ambulatory Surgery (one that does not require hospitalization) so that he can return home shortly after the operation.
How will I know if I can receive this type of anesthesia?
The people who are in good health are apt to receive Ambulatory Surgery and Anesthesia. Although it is necessary that before this type of surgery the patient should be evaluated by the anesthesiologist to determine their health and see if they are a candidate to receive this treatment.
At what time will the anesthesiologist check me?
It is important that before your surgery a health care professional will contact you by phone the day before you procedure to answer any questions you may have and get a detailed medical history.
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