Latest update from our client, Raleigh Orthopaedic Surgery Center about Outpatient Vs Inpatient Surgery: What's the Difference?

When doctors talk of outpatient surgery, this means that the patient may go home on the same day as the operation or surgical procedure. An inpatient surgery, on the other hand, requires the patient to be admitted to the hospital or healthcare facility for an overnight or a few days’ stay.

The decision whether an operation is an outpatient or an inpatient surgery is based on the recommendations of your Raleigh orthopedic surgeon.

Outpatient Vs Inpatient Surgery Examples

Generally, outpatient surgery is best for common surgeries that are minimally invasive and have short recovery periods. Outpatient procedures performed in our outpatient surgery center, NC are usually those with proven low rates of postoperative complications.

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