Preparing for surgery is always a little scary.
Even if it’s just a minor procedure, it’s quite normal for you to feel somewhat stressed or overwhelmed.
Especially if you’re not having the surgery at a hospital.
Most of us associate surgery with a stay in a ward.
But these days, that’s not always the case. More and more surgeries are now being performed in outpatient clinics:
Outpatient clinics are part of a hospital where you’ll receive treatment or a diagnosis, but you won’t have to stay in a bed or be admitted overnight.
Many outpatient departments now provide a wide range of treatment services, diagnostic tests, and minor surgical procedures.
Some are owned by physicians rather than a hospital, although they often look like a hospital.
But are they as safe as a hospital?
Will your outpatient surgery be totally risk-free?
What happens if something goes wrong?
There are dozens of other questions you might have before going to your outpatient surgery.
But there are some that you REALLY need to know the answers to so that’s what we’ve covered off in our special report.
Your life could depend on these!