An invasive procedure is medical procedure in which the body is "invaded" or entered by a needle, tube, device or scope. Invasive procedures can include anything from the simple needle prick for a blood test or shot, to inserting a tube, device or scope, to major surgeries.
- Q What can I expect during a cross-sectional interventional service (CIS)?
- Q When is a breathing tube necessary for surgery?
- Q What are the benefits of Synergy S treatment?
- Q Can I eat or drink before outpatient surgery?
- Q How can my nurse make injections and blood draws less painful?
- Q What should I know before I try rTMS?