Moles could be a sign of a dangerous illness. Although they are usually harmless, you can’t know that if it is harmful or not. So the best thing you can do is visiting a doctor when you suspect any harmful moles. But, during the Covid-19 process, is it any safe?
How Mole Removal Procedures Performed?
Mole removal surgeries are usually minor procedures and are performed as follows.
- The mole removal surgery is performed with local anesthesia. In this way, the patient does not feel any pain or pain during the operation.
- Anesthesia is applied around and below the mole with tiny needles. The anesthetic effect is seen quickly.
- After the anesthesia, the surgical operation begins, and the mole and subcutaneous fat tissue are entirely removed.
- While these procedures are being done, the mole is completely removed from the body without leaving any mole residue.
Mole Removal Surgeries During Covid-19
If you are considering a mole removal surgery and postponing this surgery due to Covid-19, it would be beneficial for you to reconsider your decision. Because you cannot understand whether the mole on your body is a harmful mole or not. In addition, the most stringent measures are taken for Covid-19 in hospitals and operating rooms. So you don’t have to worry at all. Here are some of the measures taken:
- You will not have any more illness or, if you do, it will be under control, and the surgery will be approved by the anesthesiologist.
- Social distance restrictions, personal protection standards, masks, and hand hygiene have all been observed without incident in the last seven days.
- In the last 15 days, you and your family have displayed no indicators of Covid-19 and have had no interaction with persons who are Covid-19 positive.
- PCR test negative will come two days before the surgery date. You will quarantine yourself at home for a week before the surgery.
- Visitors will not be accepted until the day of surgery and discharge.
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