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after your surgery

Discharge instructions will be given to you and your responsible adult just prior to your departure from Cascade Surgicenter. Your discharge instructions will provide specific information regarding your post-procedure care at home, as well as emergency contacts, precautions, prescriptions, and post-procedure appointments. Please note that we cannot call in most narcotic prescriptions to your pharmacy.

As a courtesy, Cascade Surgicenter will call you approximately 1-3 days after your surgery or procedure to see how you are doing and answer any questions you may have. We will leave you a message if we are unable to reach you.

After you return home – if you need a prescription refill, have a question, or need to change an appointment, please call your doctor’s office.

  • The Center (541) 382-3344
  • Central Oregon ENT (541) 382-3100
  • Northwest Cosmetic Surgery (541) 388-1022
  • Summit Medical Group Oregon Cardiology (541) 706-5445
  • Inovia Vein Specialty Centers (541) 382-8346

Call your doctor as listed above if you have any of the following symptoms post-operatively:

  • You have a temperature over 101 for more than 24 hours.
  • You notice swelling, bleeding, redness, or excessive drainage from the operative site.
  • Your pain is not relieved by medication.
  • You have not urinated in 12 hours.
  • You experience increased coolness or loss of color to your operative extremity.
  • You have tenderness, swelling, or pain in your calf ( which could signify a deep vein thrombosis).
  • You have uncontrolled nausea/vomiting post-operatively.

If you had an injection or procedure on your back or neck (non-surgery), call your doctor as instruction above if you have any of the following symptoms post-procedure:

  • You have a change in the type of pain you experience, or if you pain significantly worsens.
  • You notice signs of infection at the injection site(s) such as: localized redness, swelling, warmth, pain, or drainage.
  • You have a temperature over 101 for more than 24 hours.
  • You lose bowel or bladder control, have a change in your ability to move an arm or leg, or develop any other significant problem.
  • You develop a severe headache that does not improve in 4-6 hours.

If you are unable to reach your doctor and it’s an emergency, please call 9-1-1.