On the day of your procedure, please dress comfortably in clothing that is easy to take off and will be easy to put on when you are ready to go home.
Do not wear perfume or jewelry. If you wear contact lenses, please bring a lens holder, any solutions you may require, or a replacement set of lenses with you as contact lenses may not be worn during your procedure.
Please bring your insurance card(s) and identification.
Do not eat or drink after midnight, before your procedure, unless otherwise as directed by your surgeon.
Have a responsible adult drive you to and from the Hospital. The adult should also be able to stay with you for 24 hours following your procedure.
Bring a complete list of medications that you take. These medications should include, prescription, over-the-counter, including vitamins, herbs or other supplements and their dosages and frequency.
If you take medications specifically for high blood pressure, heart condition, seizure and/or asthma medication, please take them as soon as you get up with a few sips of water.
If you use an inhaler, please bring it with you to the Institute.
If you have any allergies to medications, foods or environmental allergens bring a list of these as well, including the type of reaction. (For example, an allergy to Penicillin causes hives.)
If you are having an orthopedic surgery, please be sure to wear clothing that will accommodate a large dressing. If you are having carpal tunnel, or any surgery on your face please wear a shirt that buttons, zips or snaps up the front.
If you have any questions about what to bring to your consultation or on the day of your surgery, our patient concierge is available to answer any questions at (86) 20 3821 9778 or (86 21) 2090 3114.
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