Preparation for vaccination against COVID-19

→ To get vaccinated, complete the form attached in the PDF file and bring it with you on the day of vaccination. It is also possible to complete the form at the clinic.

→ Vaccination can be started at any time of the day, you do not need to fast.

→ Please come to the vaccination as far as possible without third parties and exactly at the appointed time, and be aware of any past illnesses.

→ After vaccination, each patient will have 15-30 minutes to observe.

→ People over 60 years of age can verify the automatically issued referral against COVID-19 in the patient’s online account.


The vaccine will be administered only after the doctor has qualified the patient for administration of the vaccine, as an injection into the arm. This will be done during the same visit.

To complete the vaccination course after the first dose of Comirnaty, a second dose of Comirnaty should be taken after 3 weeks.

The person who receives the vaccine should be given the “Vaccine Identification and Reminder Card”, which will include the time for the second dose of Comirnata to be given.

Initial screening interview questionnaire before vaccination against COVID-19 against COVID-19

Preparation for ultrasound examination of the abdominal cavity

→ If the test is performed in the morning, the last acceptable meal is an easily digestible supper the day before
→ If the examination is carried out in the afternoon or evening, stay on an empty stomach for at least 6 hours
→ Arrive at the examination with a full bladder (3 to 5 glasses of liquid depending on the patient) – it is acceptable to drink water, possibly a weak tea
→ To reduce the possibility of intestinal gas obscuring the image, start taking simethicone preparations on the day before the test, available over the counter at the pharmacy
→ Take medical records from previous examinations with you

Preparation for rectoscopy

→ On the day before the examination, late in the evening, a rectal enema should be made, e.g. RECTANAL, ENEMA (over-the-counter preparations)
→ On the day of the examination, 3 hours before the start of the examination, the rectal enema should be re-injected
→ You can drink fluids on the day of the test, but you should refrain from eating until the test is performed

Preparation for breast ultrasound examination

→ It is best to do the test before the 10th day of the cycle
→ On the day of the examination, do not use cosmetics in the area of ​​the body being examined (breasts and armpits)
→ Take your previous results of breast ultrasound, mammography and biopsy with you

Preparation for research under the 40+ program

Before blood sampling It is recommended that you arrive for the test on an empty stomach (you should not eat or drink anything except water for 9-12 hours). You should eat a light supper the day before the scheduled blood sampling. You should not drink alcohol on the day before the blood test. Collection of urine for testing: urine for analysis is collected in a clean disposable container (available at the pharmacy), immediately after bedtime (the first morning portion of urine) from the middle stream, after prior thorough washing of the area around the opening of the urethra with warm water without washing and disinfecting agents . Collection of faeces for occult blood testing: Three days before the planned test, certain medications should be discontinued, in particular: iron-containing preparations, anti-inflammatory agents and blood thinners. You do not need to follow a special diet before the test, but it is recommended that it be rich in fiber, which will make it easier to obtain a test sample. You should not use stool softeners, e.g. suppositories, laxatives. Two days before the examination, alcohol should not be consumed as it may irritate the digestive system. The sample should be placed in a specially purchased sterile, disposable container (available at the pharmacy). The collected sample can be stored at a temperature of 2-8 degrees before the test.