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What Does Post Operative Care Means?

Postoperative care is the care you receive after a surgical procedure. The type of postoperative care you need depends on the type of surgery you have, as well as your health history. It often includes pain management and wound care.Postoperative care begins immediately after surgery. It lasts for the duration of your hospital stay and continue after you’ve been discharged. Before you have surgery, ask your doctor what the postoperative care will involve. This will give you time to prepare Download CareAllianz app and book care to have a Nurse or a trained Attender in hand.  Ask your doctor questions such as:

  • How long will I be expected to remain in the hospital?

  • Will I need any special supplies or medications when I go home?

  • Do i need a nurse , trained attender or a physio when I go home?

  • What things should I do or avoid to support my recovery?

  • When can I resume normal activity?

Post Operative Care at Home

It’s very important that you follow your doctor’s instructions after you leave the hospital. Take medications as prescribed, watch out for potential complications, and keep your follow-up appointments. That is where CareAllianz trusted hospital nurses , physio and also trained attender come into the picture. Your recovery time depends on the quality of care you take at home Don’t overdo things if you’ve been instructed to rest. On the other hand, don’t neglect physical activity if you’ve been given the go ahead to move around. Start to resume normal activities as soon as you safely can. Most of the time, it’s best to gradually return to your normal routine.Contact your doctor or CareAllianz hospital nurses to do vital monitoring for just Rs 600 at home  if you develop a fever, increased pain, or bleeding at the surgical site.

Our Trained CareAllianz Hospital staff are hands on and do these procedures daily and hence you can be res assured to get the same lavel of care at home as you get in the hospital. 

  • Elderly-Bath and hygiene

  • General Postnatal care 

  • General Post operative care 

  • Minor Dressing 

  • Major dressing 

  • IV Injection

  • bedsore care 

  • Foleys Cathetrization

  • Foleys Catheter care

  • Bladder Wash

  • Vitals Monitoring 

  • Subcutaneous Injection

  • blood Sample

  • Tracheostomy

  • Ryles Tube Insertion

  • Nebulization and chest care

  • Nurse Consultation

  • Others

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