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After your eye surgery: Care instructions   English Russian Spanish
Abstract: This handout explains care instructions to follow after eye surgery, including steps for putting in eye drops or ointment, tips to assist healing, and when to call the doctor or nurse, if needed.
Author: Ambulatory Surgery Center
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2008
UWMC Dept: Ambulatory Surgery Center
Revised Date: 4/2008
After your hand surgery: Self-care   Chinese English Korean Russian Spanish
Abstract: This handout gives instructions for care following hand surgery, including how to handle pain, nausea, constipation, itching, and swelling. Also includes dressing instructions for various types of surgery: carpal tunnel, trigger fingers, ganglion cysts, fractures/broken bones, radial breaks, ligament repair, hand tenolysis, Dupuytrens release, and hardware removal.
Author: Bone and Joint Center/Hand Center
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2006
UWMC Dept: Bone and Joint Center/Hand Center
Revised Date: 9/2012
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