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Drinking plenty of fluids (mostly water, not sugar-sweetened beverages) helps with the delivery of nutrients to the wound site. Important foods to include: Fruits and vegetables, lean fish and chicken, shrimp, meat, grains, beans, sesame and pumpkin seeds, tofu, edamame and nut butters. Sometime before the day of your surgery, you should meet with your physician anesthesiologist so he or she can gather information that will help determine the right anesthesia care plan for you.

Go to the meeting prepared to discuss your medical history, your health habits and your past experiences with surgery and anesthesia. 5 Things Your Surgeon Wants You to Know – Before Surgery Do: Ask questions and prepare your mind and body. Don’t: Get your second opinion from “Dr. Google.”. Before Surgery. If you decide to go ahead with LASIK surgery, you will need an initial or baseline evaluation by your eye doctor to determine if you are a good candidate.

If you are having surgery, planning ahead can make your recovery after surgery easier, quicker and even less painful. While recoveries vary from procedure to procedure, and even person to person, there are things you can do to make your first few days at home less stressful and calmer just by making some arrangements before you even leave for the hospital. Anesthesia: 5 Things You Need to Know Before Surgery; Anesthesia can be one of the scariest parts of surgery but how much should you worry?

Here’s what you need to know. {{ showTranscript? ‘HIDE’: ‘SHOW’ }} TRANSCRIPT Sometimes the scariest thing about plastic surgery is the anesthesia. While going under allows you to mentally skip the actual. A plastic surgeon goes over what you need to know and what you should talk to your doctor about if you’re considering top surgery. 6 Things You Should Know Before Having Top Surgery. In order to prevent possible dangerous complications, a hernia may need surgery.

Before you get hernia surgery, there are some important things to know about. 1. Your Doctor Should Recommend Surgery. If you do develop a hernia, you should consult with a doctor to determine the best treatment or whether you need surgery.

To avoid infection, you will need to keep the wound dry, change the dressing as per your doctor’s instruction, and be able to tell when a wound is not healing properly. After surgery, you may experience soreness, itching, tingling, and numbness around the incision site or notice some swelling or a little oozing. After years of extensive, hands-on experience, you think you know everything there is to know. But according to the experts, maybe you don’t.

Here are some that may surprise you.

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WHO’s checklist for surgery: don’t confine it to the operating room.

“Difficult Decisions in Colorectal Surgery” by Neil Hyman, Konstantin Umanskiy
from Difficult Decisions in Colorectal Surgery
by Neil Hyman, Konstantin Umanskiy
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4 “Tell me the specific questions you have about life after the surgery.”

“Clinical Nursing Skills and Techniques E-Book” by Anne Griffin Perry, Patricia A. Potter, Wendy Ostendorf
from Clinical Nursing Skills and Techniques E-Book
by Anne Griffin Perry, Patricia A. Potter, Wendy Ostendorf
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Before surgery, answer the patients questions, and offer reassurance by letting him know what to expect.

“Illustrated Manual of Nursing Practice” by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
from Illustrated Manual of Nursing Practice
by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2002

Honest information about what to expect during and after surgery should be the central theme of interventions.

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Preparation of the patient and family includes providing information about what to expect during and after surgery.

“Brunner & Suddarth's Textbook of Medical-surgical Nursing” by Lillian Sholtis Brunner, Suzanne C. O'Connell Smeltzer, Brenda G. Bare, Janice L. Hinkle, Kerry H. Cheever
from Brunner & Suddarth’s Textbook of Medical-surgical Nursing
by Lillian Sholtis Brunner, Suzanne C. O’Connell Smeltzer, et. al.
Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2010

* Tell the patient about exercises that he may be expected to perform after surgery, such as deep-breathing, coughing (while splinting the incision if necessary), and extremity exercises, and movement and ambulation to minimize respiratory and circulatory complications.

“Lippincott's Nursing Procedures” by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
from Lippincott’s Nursing Procedures
by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2009

First there was the description of the surgery and then a list of what could go wrong.

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Patient #2 is anxious and asking a lot of questions about the next day’s surgery.

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from Study Guide for Essentials for Nursing Practice E-Book
by Patricia A. Potter, Anne Griffin Perry, et. al.
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Common outpatient surgical procedures now include hernia repair, surgery for kidney and gallbladder stones, cataract removal, tonsillectomy, carpal tunnel release, left heart catheterization, knee arthroscopy, and much gynecological surgery.

“Essentials of the U.S. Health Care System” by Leiyu Shi, Douglas Singh
from Essentials of the U.S. Health Care System
by Leiyu Shi, Douglas Singh
Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2010

Prior to the surgery, postoperative instructions should be reviewed with the patient while they are still capable of listening to and understanding the instructions.

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  • definitely considering getting it done I’m still gonna try and do it naturally first cause at the moment its stubborn but it might let it go at some point but if not then I’ll have to resort to surgery but if i do have have liposuction is there any pain during or after the procedure and if so how severe?

  • Im.getting wisfom.teeth surgery and.im.nervous and.this video helped me.and im 32 with a learning.disability and im mentaly.slow. T_T

  • Awwn, this is so cute
    im 21 having a surgery for the first time and i stumbled up on this ��
    im still nervous tho, i cant imagine for kids

  • I’m having surgery on my wrist. The one thing I’m absolutely horrified by is waking up in the middle of surgery and felling the pain.

  • Me watching this even though I’m 18 lmao I’m going under soon (I’ve done it before but it doesn’t make it any less anxiety provoking) ��

  • I’m having foot surgery today and I was REALLY nervous because I never had it before. Now I realized that it doesn’t look as bad as I thought it would

  • I am 12 and I am getting a teeth surgery soon I am so scared because I have never been to the hospital before. This video barely helped.

  • Thanks this video was helpful. I was nervous about my wisdom teeth surgery Becuse I had to go in a operating room and it was scary to me Becuse I suffer from anixiety disorder and I have a learning disability and I’m special needs

  • I got so scared when I had my eye surgery that’s not the only surgery I had I did something disgusting because I was hungry I threw up���� who’s watching in 2020 thanks!

  • Surgery is not as bad or scary as it seems. I’ve had 5 surgeries before throughout my life. Idk why I’m watching this I’m 14 also ��

  • im having 3 surgeries this year and i don’t care at all. i mean it sucks but I’ve already had one of them and the worst part is the iv.

  • This helped my little 4 year old before Surgery soooooo much! He wasn’t near as anxious when things were happening because he already expected and knew that those things were gonna happen. ������❤️ Thank you for this video! It made this mamas life a lot easier.

  • Hi, I had 2 elective c-sections. During my 1st pregnancy, they found that one of my heart Valves wasn’t closing all the way, causing my body & heart to take on water. The heart doctor said is was common in pregnancy and still approved my elective surgery. After I felt odd when laying down flat and was told it was due to water in my heart. Next elective c-section, my heart was doing the same thing during the pregnancy, I was still approved for the elective surgery (they gave me a water pill this time for a few days before surgery & told the hospital they didn’t want me to get a lot of IV fluids). Then the day of surgery, my heart looked normal. They thought it had fixed itself. After surgery I felt the same feeling in my chest as I did with my 1st c-section. They checked my heart & found nothing. So they took an X-ray of my lungs & still nothing. They decided to check my lungs with another Machine & found water in them (they didn’t give me any medication for it just kept me in an upright position). My question is, I want lipo and a tummy tuck & have been cleared for surgery again, but am worried about fluid in my lungs/heart during surgery possibly killing me, because of the I’ve seen (in YouTube videos of people getting lipo) doctors put fluid into the Patient to help remove fat. Am I over reacting? Can the lipo fluid they inject into the fat travel to the lungs like an IV? Would you preform surgery on someone with my history?

  • so he uses the correct name for that finger thing but says the arm blood pressure cuff gives your arm a hug!?
    I am seriously being triggered right now

  • You seem like a very well-educated, trustworthy individual. I’ve recently been putting forth a lot of thought into plastic surgery and such. I’d like to ask you a few questions if possible and perhaps I could arrange a consultation in the near future. However, I’m only 15. But I’ll be 18 in less than a few years. Only a short while. But I think it’s worth the wait. Plastic surgery is most likely something I would like to invest in. Thank you. Lovely advice as always Doctor.

  • I remember when I used to be at Nemours unfortunately they can’t treat me anymore because of exactly how complicated my medical needs are

  • Good video! I agree with starting with one thing and working on that before you conquer another thing prior to surgery. That’s what I did and I attribute that to a lot of my success so far. I stopped drinking soda a year prior to surgery and then did the whole foods thing about six months prior to surgery. And it made everything so much easier later. You are looking fabulous by the way! Keep up the good work!

  • My advice would be give yourself a week to go back to work. Even a slow jobsitting at a desk… still hurts… it took me about 3 weeks to even tie my own shoes

  • I was thinking about this. But it makes me scare. I have 4 children, and my stomach growed so big that I feel horrible. I only want my abdominal fat go away. How much is this? And is safe?

  • Congrats Drew!!! You completely nailed the whole WLS experience and lifestyle. I had it done in 2005 at the age of 45 and it has been wonderful. Still only a tool but helps me with the whole self control thing. The only thing I would add is that for me, even though I was very prepared, I did have a couple weeks of, for lack of a better word, mourning for food. It was odd and unexpected, almost like,detoxing I guess. Anyway, congratulations again on your WL and thank you for articulating this info to people considering the surgery!!!

  • Can get liposuction before pregnancy planing am loose my fat I was planning to do liposuction is this right decision. After lipo can we get pregnancy?

  • Getting surgery soon and I don’t know if I’m going to have to be in the hospital for a few days or just go home after the surgery can you make another video that answers this question or no also what if I get a needle for anesthesia

  • This guy forgets to tell you that plastic surgery is not aesthetic nor cosmetic surgery. Plastic surgery training focuses on reconstruction after trauma or cancer. Resident like himself came out of training with no experience in aesthetic nor cosmetic surgery. Think about it, who wants a resident in training to do your cosmetic procedures…nobody so they have no exposure and will have to learn on the job or take some aesthetic or cosmetic courses after they graduate. Board certified in Plastic Surgery means certified in reconstruction after trauma or cancer. If you want a cosmetic procedure done, look for a surgeon certified by the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery….make sense! This guys looks and sounds like a car salesman.

  • i had surgery last week for my spine i had a cyst and om 13 i wish i had watched this video first

    i was scared i wasnt gonna wake up

  • Shouldn’t a patient also be informed of what position they will be in and that in surgery they almost always totally expose you to everyone in the room even if surgery not on genitalia AREAS? Should we as patients be able to have a question on our consent forms asking if we prefer same gender extended staff for surgeries such as prostate, TURP, breast or hysterectomies. Women do have an easier time getting their wishes accommodated but, the medical institution needs to start accommodating men. Also, we as patients should be able to say no catheter and demand to wear a clean pair of briefs or a depend. Women should be able to wear a clean sport bra. This way they are not exposed completely to others.