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Day Surgery Center

Pros, Adaptive criterion


Day surgery can be considered as a continuation of daily life.

We recommend day surgery to business persons and self-employed people on a hectic schedule, mothers of little children, and those who can’t leave home for too long or family of them.
As for day surgery requiring a patient to stay in the hospital from morning to early evening , the binding hour is greatly reduced.
It is also popular among elderly people who have difficulty adjusting themselves to hospital stays.

Day surgery removes the burden of hospitalization

There is no burden of asking someone else to look after your child or re-scheduling your house chores and work in day surgery. It also removes mental burden caused from worrying about these things.

It saves on costs.

It eliminates the hospitalization fee that takes up most of the medical treatment fees,
The medical treatment fee becomes about 20%-50% cheaper than before.(some treatment may not be covered by insurance)

It causes less burden on the body

Since Arthroscopic surgery, laser procedure and lumbar spinal anesthesia etc. have minimized the burden on the body, it shortens the period patients needs before they are able to return to daily life after surgery.
According to the condition, patients can return to daily life 2 days later.


From September 1, 2005 (Opening of the hospital) through October 31, 2006
Inguinal hernia(rupture)
Kugul surgery (22 cases out of a tota,62l )
62 cases
Hemorrhoidal diseases(internal piles, external piles, anal fissure, prolapse of rectum, anal polyp) 60 cases
Varicose vein of legs(including stripping and laser) 143 cases

Adaptive criterion

  1. It is a disease treated with day surgery.
  2. It gains understanding of the patient or the case where, there is a request from them.
  3. Doctors or care coordinators recommend it to patients, and the patients are positive and corporative about it
  4. There is no major problem in living on their own and needs for assistance and nursing care are minimalized to its possible level.
  5. There are family or acquaintances who can accompany them to the hospital and back their home.
  6. It is predicted that the risk of developing complications is kept to a minimum.
  7. There is no problem of transportation arrangement in commuting to the hospital.