Deenanath Mangeshkar Hospital
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Before surgery your surgeon requires to know your physiological status and asses your co morbid conditions. Hence you are required to do few investigations
Pre Operative Investigations :
BLOOD : Hemogram Blood sugar levels, both fasting and after lunch Blood urea levels & S. creatine Lipid profile Liver function tests Thyroid function tests
URINE : Routine and Microscopic Abdominal sonography, X ray chest ECG Pulmonary function tests Upper GI endoscopy
Visit to a Nutritionist :
Your nutritionist is one of the important part of your team who will be guiding you towards weight reduction. Preoperatively she will instruct about a suitable diet to reduce the size of your liver. She will also brief you about post operative diet modifications.
Visit to a Psychiatrist :
To make your life comfortable after surgery, psychiatrist also is a important part of the team. He will advise you about lie style modifications as well as behavioral modifications.
Visit to a Anaesthetist :
Obesity surgery is a major surgery. It requires general anaesthesia during the procedure. To make yourself safe for surgery, anaesthetist will evaluate before surgery with respect to general anaesthesia. During this visit anaesthetist will go through all your investigations allready done. He may advise you according to your physiological status.
The hospital’s staff may contact you before your admission to obtain necessary information such as current insurance subscriber name, certificate number, effective date of plan, policy number and company name. The staff may also notify you about any of the estimated charges for which you are responsible.
You will be informed of any payment you should bring with you to the hospital to cover such costs as co-payments, deductibles. These out-of-pocket costs to you are usually collected at the time of discharge. The amount of your payment will depend upon the type of health insurance you have. It is also imperative that you bring your insurance cards or any other medical insurance papers with you when you are admitted.