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How long do I have to stay in the hospital for a CIS procedure?

Although the average cross-sectional interventional service (CIS) procedure time is 30 to 90 minutes, some take longer. The length of recovery time also varies with each procedure. Outpatients are observed in the radiology recovery room for two to four hours. Rarely, patients need to stay overnight after the procedure.we

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