Topics include care of your incision, discomfort and/or pain, sexual activity, general activity, healthy eating, and symptoms that require immediate medical assistance.
This pamphlet will give you some guidelines for your care at home after a breast biopsy. It outlines controlling discomfort, hygiene, activity, care of your incision, and symptoms that require immediate medical attention.
During a cystoscopy, a ureteral stent may be placed in a ureter. The stent is usually used to relieve a blockage or obstruction. A scope is passed through the urehtra into the bladder. Your urologist will be able to examine the inside of your bladder and the urethra. What to expect after a cystoscopy and a list of symptoms that require immediate medical attention is given.
This pamphlet addresses concerns regarding care after surgery when you return home. Restrictions are listed for the first day at home. Other topics are: managing pain, care of the incision, and when a person can drive. Symptoms that need immediate medical attention in an Emergency Department are listed.
Information about medicines for discomfort, activity, stitches and a dressing is given. There are directions to follow should bleeding occur and continue. Other symptoms that need immediate medical attention are also noted.
The pamphlet describes what to expect after your prostatic needle biopsy. Following your prostatic needle biopsy, you should also receive a pamphlet with information on cystoscopy.
This pamphlet focuses on care after rectal surgery. Topics included are: eating, activity, care of the incision, other important points, and when to seek medical assistance.