An operation theater is a space in a hospital where various surgical operations are performed in an anesthetically controlled environment. Surgery theaters are designed to minimize pain while operating, and are typically equipped with the latest sterile equipment and supplies. Operating in an operating room is a stressful and traumatic experience for those who are undergoing medical procedures. In order to reduce the trauma experienced during surgery, it is vital that patients are properly and safely cared for in an operating room.
Patients are usually put in the operating theater for an initial examination. The most common examinations performed in an operation theater are blood tests, x-rays, CT scans, MRIs, and bone densitometry. After the initial examination, the surgeon will perform a number of different procedures depending on the type of procedure being performed. When a patient is being operated on, the operating room environment is highly sterile and controlled. Once the surgeon is finished performing the surgery, he or she will usually return the patients to their regular operating room environment.
Before undergoing any type of surgical procedures, the patient should talk to their surgeon about the procedures and the risks involved. After discussing the procedures, patients should make sure they understand everything associated with the procedures. Patients should carefully consider the level of care they feel is necessary for them. When a patient is ready to leave the operating room, they should have everything they need on hand. This includes medications, surgical scrubs, anesthesia and other medications, sterile dressings, and hospital equipment. Once patients have gone home, they should take everything the doctor gave them to work with them. Patients can prepare themselves for the day ahead by reading over their prescription, talking to their friends and family, and by having a good night’s sleep.