I am a patient
I’m going to have an operation: preparation, anaesthesia and advice
Any operation, regardless of whether it is minor or not, must be treated with all of the necessary precautions, for which reason it is carried out in a regulatory operating room, in this case, one of the operating rooms of the centre or the clinic, depending on the type of operation and the required equipment.
These rooms (termed OP2) are air-conditioned and function based on the principle of laminar flow, i.e. a sterile, continuous and controlled change of air.
You will find all of the information on anaesthesia and surgical follow-ups necessary for preparing yourself, before and during your operation, through the following links.