Before the operation, the doctor will conduct general physical examinations and individualized examinations, such as blood draw, ECG, chest X-ray, to ensure that your body is suitable for surgery. Please quit smoking, take rest, strengthen nutrition, and keep warm in winter to prevent colds. Fasting water and bowel preparation as needed before surgery. The doctor will explain the details of the operation and sign the operation consent form for you. Do personal hygiene before surgery (washing hair, bathing, haircutting, cutting nails, shaving beard of male patients); ensure good sleep Before bowel surgery, eat low-residue food and take laxatives or enema as needed. Fasting after 10pm.
The ward will perform your surgery in order according to the arrangement of the operating room. Cooperate with preoperative preparations: brush your teeth, wash your face, and measure vital signs after getting up. Please wear the hospital clothes next to your body. Remove all metal and loose objects on your body, such as dentures, watches, rings, glasses, etc. It is best to hand over valuables to family members for safekeeping, or to nurses in the ward for safekeeping. The enema is cleaned and the preoperative injection is given as needed, and the nurse in the operating room will be transported into the operating room. Families can follow to wait outside the operating room.
After returning to the ward after the operation, the medical staff will closely observe your vital signs and various drainage channels. Nausea and vomiting may occur in the early postoperative period. Lemon slices can be placed under the nose to relieve it, and medicine can be used if necessary. If the wound dressing is damp or loose, do not change it by yourself, and inform the medical staff in time. Fasting is usually done in the early postoperative period, and the time to eat depends on individual circumstances. Start to resume activities as soon as possible, take deep breaths, and turn over frequently to reduce postoperative complications.
Note: The specific situation is subject to the doctor's order of the competent physician.