What are all the pre-op tests you need before having a BBL?

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What are all the pre-op tests you need before having a BBL?

Hello dear, thanks for your question and provided information as well... 

Blood work

CBC

GLYCEMIA

UREA

CREATININE

TGO

TGP

TP

TPT

HIV

HBSAG

HVC

BHCG

EXAMINATION OF URINE

BLOOD TYPE



Dominican Republic Plastic Surgeon
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Pre-operative examinations

Great Question!

Blood tests are frequently drawn before surgery. This is done for a
number of reasons,  to examine your general state of health or to
determine if any signs of Infection are present.

Common Blood Test Before Surgery 

-Basic Metabolic , -Complete CBC ,- PT/INR, -APTT, -HIV, -HCG, -EKG

If you are over 40 years or if you have any Medical Condition such as Asthma, Thyroid, Diabetes or any Other you will need a Chest x-ray and Medical Clearance from you Primary Physician.


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Dr James Mcadoo

What are all the pre-op tests you need before having a BBL?

Pre op tests usually include blood test.  There might be additional tests like EKG dependent on your health history and age. Good luck.

Ron Hazani, MD, FACS
Beverly Hills General Surgeon
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Preop tests

Each doctor may have different requirements for blood tests, and this might vary based upon you overall medical history,

Steven Wallach, MD
New York Plastic Surgeon
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Pre op tests for BBL

As per any other surgical procedure , you will be required CBC and other  blood tests like glucose levels , Bun , Creatinine , Ast , Alt , coagulation tests , viral tests , urine test , chest X ray and cardiologist evaluation.( each doctor has their own routine ). 

it is important that all your parameters are normal , since this is an elective surgery. 

Best wishes 

Katherine Feliz Camilo, MD
Dominican Republic Plastic Surgeon
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