Through our surgical management logistics system, patients, surgical tools, and staff arrive at the necessary locations with precise timing. The sterility of the instruments and equipment is ensured by our own sterilization unit, which meets the highest professional requirements, for the maximum safety of our patients. In our operating rooms, the prescribed air pressure, humidity, temperature, and safe filtering of microorganisms are ensured by a modernly controlled and monitored air technology system. A key element of the architectural design of our operating rooms is that all instruments and equipment are mounted on ceiling-mounted, flexibly movable consoles for maximum cleanliness, and the walls are covered with easily disinfected panels.
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How does one proceed to surgery when needed?
Our patients - no matter what their complaints are - must first undergo a specialist examination where the doctor prescribes what further diagnostic tests are needed to establish an accurate diagnosis. Lab and radiological examinations can be performed in-house, by appointment.
It also happens that those who come to us are already aware that they will need surgery (for example, in the case of a deferred hernia operation). They too must first make an appointment with the operating doctor for a specialist examination. They must definitely bring their previous findings and results!
If it is confirmed that surgery is indeed needed, the specialist will signal this to our case managers who track each operation in a personalized way from quoting to discharging the operated patient back home.
The case managers, in consultation with the operating doctor, plan the timing of the surgery, assign the necessary examinations (cardiology, lab, etc.), and arrange a time for an anesthesia examination as well. Based on this process, they determine the price of the operation, which also includes the cost of inpatient care after surgery.
Our patients receive the quote by email, and by electronically accepting it, a contract is established between the Duna Medical Center and the patient. The surgical fee must be paid by transfer before the operation, or on-site - no later than the day of the surgery - by bank card or in cash.
The prices of surgeries and interventions do not include the cost of examinations preceding the surgery, special tools possibly needed during the surgery, and the cost of the care package following the surgery. However, our surgical prices do include the cost of histological examination and blood products, as well as the cost of the first examination after surgery (usually including suture removal).