Outpatient Surgeries

Modern medical equipment makes it possible to perform most procedures in outpatient setting without a necessity of hospital stay.


Surgeon

  • Stitches removal
  • Application/replacement of dressing
  • Collecting skin samples
  • Application/replacement of large dressing
  • Foreign body removal
  • Application/replacement of burn dressing
  • Percutaneous core needle biopsy under imaging examinations guidance.
  • PRSR019 fingernail/toenail removal
  • Prepuce separation under surface anaesthesia (EMLA)
  • Wound sewing up to 3 cm
  • Resection of a small subcutaneous lesion up to 1,5 cm
  • Resection of a small skin lesion up to 1,5 cm
  • Wedge resection of ingrown nail
  • Wound sewing over 3 cm
  • Incision and drainage of cutaneous and subcutaneous abscess/paronychia
  • Electrocoagulation
  • Curettage/destruction of a skin lesion
  • Removal of cutaneous papillomas
  • Surgical management of a complicated wound
  • Puncture of the abdominal cavity
  • Resection of a subcutaneous skin lesion over 1,5 cm
  • Resection of a skin lesion over 1,5 cm
  • Resection of a face skin lesion up to 1,5 cm
  • Excision of thrombosed haemorrhoid
  • Treatment of anal varices by Baron ligation (rubber band ligation)
  • Wounds sewing
  • Plastic correction of a scar up to 3 cm
  • Resection of skin lesions
  • Resection of a face skin lesion over 1,5 cm
  • Plastic correction of a scar over 3 cm
  • Incision of perianal abscess
  • Incision and drainage of large perianal abscess

Gynaecology

  • Cardiotocography
  • Removal of the intrauterine device
  • Administration of anti-D 50 µg antibody
  • Colposcopy
  • Anti-D immunoglobulin administration
  • Cervical erosion treatment - electrocoagulation
  • Application of an intrauterine device
  • Cervical erosion treatment - cryotherapy
  • Diagnostic amniocentesis
  • Aspiration biopsy
  • Bartholin's gland laser enucleation
  • Initimate parts lesions removal by laser

Laryngology

  • Diagnostic material collection for histopathological examination
  • Ear irrigation
  • Ear dressing
  • Tissue sample from nasal cavity collection for histopathological examination
  • Sinus irrigation Proetz’s method
  • Maxillary sinus puncture
  • Evacuation of auricular concha haematoma
  • Anterior nasal tamponade
  • Lingual frenectomy
  • Foreign body removal ENT sphere
  • Prevention of epistaxis by arterial plexes coagulation using various methods celon, plasma, electrocoagulation
  • Posterior tamponade
  • Peritonsillar abscess drainage
  • Classic removal of palate mucosal lesion
  • Nasal concha correction - celon
  • Soft-palatal surgery for snoring elimination with Celon method/ radio-wave surgery

Ophthalmology

  • Choice of prismatic glasses
  • Laser capsulotomy
  • Anti-glaucoma laser surgery
  • Monolateral laser iridotomy in glaucoma
  • Resection of the chalazion
  • Eyelid lesion removal

Orthopaedics

  • Joint/cyst puncture
  • Fixing plaster bandage (hand and forearm)
  • Fixing plaster bandage for the knee
  • Intraarticular drug injection
  • Stabilization dressing removal
  • Fixing plaster bandage (forearm and arm)
  • Fixing plaster bandage (shank)
  • Fixing plaster bandage (thigh and shank)
  • Insertion of orthopaedic plastic cast corset
  • Fixing plaster bandage (hips)
  • Closed treatment of brachium, thigh, lower leg fracture with bone reduction, immobilization
  • Removal of the olecranon or infrapatellar bursa
  • Ganglion cyst removal

Urology

  • Removal of a catheter from the ureter
  • Catheterization of the urinary bladder
  • Puncture of the hydrocele, in children
  • Urethral polypectomy
  • Phimosis surgery in adults – circumcision
  • Cutting of the fraenum in adults

Nursing procedures

  • Drug administration
  • Capillary blood glucose monitored by glucometer
  • Strep A test
  • Chlamydia quick screen test
  • Respiratory physiotherapy – nebulization in adults
  • Inhalations
  • Enema
  • Actim CRP test
  • Nursing procedure
  • Flu virus A and B type quick screen test
  • Troponin test
  • Mononucleosis (screen test)
  • D-dimery – screen test

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