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  • Abdominal Pain
  • Animal Bites
  • Blood in Urine
  • Bruises
  • Burns
  • Cuts and Wounds
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  • Heart Palpitations    
  • Heat Exhaustion      
  • Heatstroke                
  • Hypothermia            
  • Pulled Muscles        
  • Rectal Bleeding      
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  • Sepsis                     
  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Stroke        
  • Ruptured Brain Aneurysm
  • Cancer-related Intensive Care      
  • Respiratory (Lung) Failure    
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Surgical Specialties

Summary of surgical specialties and procedures

We thought it might be helpful to offer you some general information about the surgical specialties and procedures that are offered at our hospitals. Please note: GPs and specialists are best placed to advise you about specific procedures and you should always talk to your specialist about any surgical procedure you are having done.

This is a general summary only and the information provided is of a general nature. Procedures performed at our hospitals will vary and not all procedures are performed at all our hospitals. You should contact your nearest Southern Cross Hospital for more information about the specific procedures that are available there.

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+ Endoscopy                                   + Cardiothoracic surgery     
+ General surgery
+ Ophthalmology (Eye surgery)
+ Oral & Maxillofacial (Dental)
+ Orthopaedic surgery
+ Otolaryngology (ENT)
+ Plastic & reconstructive surgery
+ Urology
+ Gynaecology
+ Anaesthesia
+ Bariatric surgery                             + Vascular surgery 

Children having surgery

Your child’s comfort and well-being are important to us

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Visiting the hospital before admission to familiarize your child with the surroundings may be a good idea. If you would like to do this, please contact the hospital to arrange a convenient time.
We encourage parents or carers to stay with their child.  Please contact the hospital regarding the availability of space and any associated charges should you want to stay overnight. 
On most occasions, we also encourage a parent or carer to be with their child as they start their anesthetic. 
Please discuss this with your anesthetist and surgeon.  If you are unable to do so, a nurse will stay with your child during this time.  We aim to reunite the parents or support person with their child as soon as is practicable after the procedure when the child has recovered from the anesthetic.
We suggest you may like to bring a favorite toy and any special items that assist in comforting your child.  We recommend that you do not bring other children with you to the hospital.  If this is not possible, you will need to arrange additional support to help you.