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Hernia surgery on an outpatient or inpatient basis

Hernias can be operated on both as inpatient and outpatient procedures. However, depending on the type of hernia and the surgical procedure, an inpatient stay may be necessary. An inguinal hernia or an umbilical hernia can be operated on as an outpatient in certain cases. However, it is also important here to check individually with the doctor what is the best possible option in your case.

 

If the procedure can be performed on an outpatient basis, the patient may return home after only a few hours of monitoring.

 

In the case of inpatient surgery, the patient usually stays in hospital for one to three days before being discharged home. With larger abdominal wall hernias, the wound areas are massively larger and good follow-up treatment and regular monitoring of the wound conditions is advisable.

 

We will be happy to work with you to find a solution that suits you and that you feel comfortable with.

 

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Mission Statement

The team at the Hernia Centre Switzerland specialises in the diagnosis and treatment of hernias.

Team

The team of doctors at the Hernia Centre Switzerland is led by the head physician, Dr. med.…

Individual diagnosis for hernias

Do you suspect a hernia, have you already been diagnosed with a hernia by your GP or…

Aesthetic medicine

In addition to hernia operations, we also offer procedures in the field of aesthetic medicine.

Aftercare

In general, you should expect a recovery period of 2 to 6 weeks after an operation.

Emergency

An incarcerated hernia is always an emergency and must be repositioned (moved back under ultrasound control) within…

Hernia operation

Depending on the surgical technique, a hernia operation is performed under general anaesthesia or with a peridural…