Pre Procedural Care

You are about to undergo a procedure, there is certain amount of apprehension, which is understandable. To make your surgery more comfortable, we are giving you some simple instructions, which are easy to follow.

Please go through them and follow them carefully, if you have more queries or are not able to understand them, please feel free to ask us, we will be happy to help you.

Abhishek Day Care Institute & Medical Research Centre,

Location: 74/78,  Indian Cancer Society Medical Centre, Opp Cooperage Football Ground,
M. Karve Marg,
Mumbai – 400021.

Telephone: 022 3577 5165.


Open Hours: M-F: 8am – 9pm

  1. Though the procedure will be done under Local Anaesthesia, you should not eat or drink anything, for at least 6 hours or more before the procedure, including water. We may need to give you injection for sleep.
  2. Take the medications prescribed to you as per instruction, before the procedure.
  3. You may need to shave the operative area, if there is excessive hair around it, please ask for instructions, if not given.
  4. Have a bath before the surgery, unless advised not to.
  5. Have a good nights sleep. Ask for sleeping pill if you think that you will not be able to sleep.
  6. Please inform regarding the medications which you are already on, say, for blood pressure, diabetes etc. DO NOT FORGET to take your B.P. & Heart medicines before surgery, with one sip of water. Any known allergies to medicine or others also should be informed.
  7. Do Not take your medicine for diabetes on the morning of surgery, as you are fasting, unless otherwise specified.
  8. If you are taking any anti-platelet medicines, such as, Asprin, Disprin, Ecosprin etc., you will have to stop them at least three to seven days in advance of your surgery.
  9. You will need to take Injection T.T. before the surgery, if you have not taken it in the past 6 months.
  10. Please bring our consulting paper and all the investigation reports with you.
  11. A responsible person should accompany you, who can understand the instructions given post procedure and will be with you take you home.
  12. Please be in touch with your family Physician or GP for any medical help, or call us at our centre.