Hemorrhoid surgery is a commonly used and effective method for the treatment of hemorrhoids. In order to achieve good results in hemorrhoid surgery, patients should make the following preparations before performing hemorrhoid surgery.
Preparations before hemorrhoid surgery:
In terms of thinking: relax your mind, keep enough sleep, and get enough sleep to relax the muscles, which is helpful for hemorrhoid surgery. Don't worry too much about the operation. Don't worry about the operation. Don't worry about the doctor, relieve all worries, and eliminate tension.
Before hemorrhoid surgery, patients should undergo routine examinations such as blood, urine, biochemistry, coagulation, electrocardiogram, chest radiograph, etc. according to the doctor's requirements, and exclude diseases that are not suitable for surgery such as acute inflammation around the anus, hypertension, heart, and cerebrovascular diseases Wait a few days before the operation, and avoid using aspirin, warfarin and other drugs that hinder blood clotting.
Life preparation: prepare a few loose underwear before surgery, a bathtub for cleaning the anus after surgery, soft toilet paper, and some daily necessities.
In terms of diet: all patients must ban smoking and alcohol before surgery, avoid spicy and irritating foods to reduce postoperative incision pain and edema. In addition to the above restrictions, patients with local anesthesia can maintain a normal life and diet. For patients who need general anesthesia, most people who do not eat or drink 6 hours before the operation can eat liquid food 6 hours after the operation.
Intestinal preparation: In the past 20 years, accelerated rehabilitation surgery has proposed "look at feces from the perspective of intestines", including non-emergency colon cancer surgery that does not require the intestines to be cleaned and very clean. Patients without constipation generally require only surgery for hemorrhoid surgery In the morning, use two open plugs to open the anus, drain the feces in the end 20-30 cm of the intestine and keep the rectum empty for about 1 day. Complicated operations such as PPH require laxatives to completely empty the large intestine.