So you’re going to have an operation!  Sounds a bit scary doesn’t it?  Well – the more you know about what to expect and what you can do to have the best possible surgical experience the less nervous you will be.  So read on and visit as many of the informative locations as you wish on this web site.  It has been designed just for you.  The language is easy to read so that even without a medical background you can understand all of the information .  When medical terminology is used you will be linked to a glossary for further discussion of the medical terms. 

Remember – This information is all about YOU!  Of course each one of us is different so some of the information may not apply to your individual situation.    

Should you have questions which are not answered here please visit the “Frequently asked questions” page.  Please send email to with other questions you may have.  Although not all questions may be answered directly to you the answers can be added to the “FAQ” page. 

Finally – remember that you should always follow the directions given to you by your own doctors as they are aware of your own special needs more than anyone else.  Although the information here is informative it may not apply to each and every patient in the same way.

Be on the lookout for new pages on “Pediatric Anesthesia” and “Post Surgical Self Care” as well as other subjects of interest to you.  And please mention this site to a friend!  Let us know how this site works for you and what we can do to assist you with your surgical experience.

WELCOME to PRESURGERY.COM and Thank You for visiting us!

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Types of surgical providers:

Physicians and Surgeons

Physician Assistant

Nurse Practitioner

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