Carpal Tunnel Surgery Closure
The closure is quick. I had only 5 stitches for each surgery. The ink prep lines and doctor’s initials are not washed off. A sterilized bandage is placed over the closed incision. You will sit up slowly, take a few minutes for your blood pressure to regulate, and begin to move your fingers. A nurse or surgeon’s assistant will take your blood pressure before you leave, and that’s it!
In total, the carpal tunnel surgery takes only about 15-30 minutes, from start to finish.
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By: Alicia Gonzalez