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Rules of admission to hospital
|1.||Please confirm your arrival to the operation 7 days before the scheduled date of surgery,|
tel.: + 48 (0)42 611 04 04, fax: +48 (0)42 611 05 05 or in person at our facility buildings.
|2.||Please submit to treatment at the time appointed by the doctor. Patients are admitted to the hospital from 12.30 (patients operated from Monday to Friday) or 08.00 (patients operated on Saturdays).|
|3.||Before surgery, the patient is examined again.|
Operations begin at 3.00 p.m. (Monday - Friday) or 10.00 (Saturday).
|4.||After surgery, the patient spends the night at the clinic.|
Patients are discharged the next morning, at 07.00 - 08.00 after examinations have been carried out.
|5.||You can also be discharged on the day of surgery. Details should be discussed with your surgeon.|
After surgery, the patient receives dinner and the next morning - breakfast.
Documents needed for operation
|2.||Proof of insurance is not necessary. NOTE! In a situation where electronic confirmation of insurance cannot be obtained, the patient will be asked to produce a document declaring the patient has medical insurance.|
|3.||Referral for surgery from a GP (intern, family doctor) - ONLY FOR PATIENTS OPERATED UNDER CONTRACT WITH NFZ.|
|4.||Current certificate from a GP (intern, family doctor) identifying the lack of contraindications to surgery under local anaesthesia and general information about medical conditions.|
|5.||A certificate of vaccination history of hepatitis (anti hepatitis B). If the patient does not have such a certificate - it is not required.|
|6.||Before the planned surgery a vaccination against viral hepatitis Type B is recommended. If you do not agree to such vaccination or want operation despite the absence of such a vaccination, the statement expressing consent to surgery without hepatitis vaccination must signed by you on the day of operation.|
|7.||Your ophthalmologic documentation (e.g. hospital discharge documents), eye treatment records.|
What should I bring to an operation?
|1.||All items you will need to spend one night in the hospital (pyjamas, slippers, towel, etc.).|
|2.||All medications in their original packaging along with dosage instructions.|
How to prepare for surgery
|1.||All patients receiving blood thinners such as Acard, polopiryna, Polocard, Aspirin, Xarelto, Warfin and others containing salicylic acid should strictly discontinue their use 14 DAYS BEFORE SURGERY. In the case of chronic use of derivatives of acenocoumarol (Sycumar, Sintrom), patients should be given a heparin substitute. To do this, you should contact your doctor.|
|2.||On the day before the operation, carefully wash the whole body, face and hair. Do not use creams, mascara and other cosmetics for the face. Also, do not paint your nails.|
How to prepare for the fluorescein angiography test?
|1.||You will need a referral to a diagnostic laboratory with specified kind of diagnostic test (Fluorescein angiography, AF, FA, FAG, the OCT, SOCT).|
|2.||Those who are not patients of "Jasne Błonia" should carry a national identity card.|
|3.||Proof of insurance is not necessary. NOTE! In a situation where electronic confirmation of insurance cannot be obtained, the patient will be asked to produce a document declaring the patient to have insurance.|
|4.||Patients NOT suffering from DIABETES are asked to refrain from eating and drinking for 2 hours before the test.|
|5.||Patients who are being treated for DIABETES are not required to refrain from eating or drinking and should bring glucose or, if necessary, a sandwich.|
|6.||Fluorescein angiography requires that the patient has their pupils dilated. This means that for a few hours after the test your vision will be impaired, this is why we do not recommend driving.|