Adenoidectomy Medical Program by Minimally Invasive Technique
The adenoids function as part of the body's immune system, filtering the germs that try to invade the body and help develop antibodies against germs.
During the first years of life adenoids are key to the development of the child, but over the years once the immune system has been completed adenoids become less important.
Surgical intervention to remove adenoids is called adenoidectomy. The adenoids are located just behind the nose, inside the face.
When the inflammation of the adenoids is very large, it can clog the passage of air from the nostril to the larynx.
When this occurs, there may be complications, such as otitis, upper respiratory tract infections, bronchitis, nocturnal noisy breathing (snoring), etc. In these cases the operation of adenoids is indicated.
Surgery of the adenoids is short hospital stay, so most of the time require a day of admission.
The surgical technique used to remove the adenoids is done through the mouth, usually under general anesthesia.
Adenoidectomy is the surgical procedure in which the adenoids, also called pharyngeal tonsils, are resected.
Below we offer the Medical Program for Surgery for Minimal Access to remove the adenoids
Hospitalization (1 day)
Hospitalization in a private room (1 day, including meals and nursing care)
Attention of the attending physician for hospitalized patient. (medical round visit)
Initial evaluation and preparation of clinical history
Other medical checkups by specialists
Re-checkup by specialist.
Complete blood count
Blood group ABO and RH
Quantitative Serology (VDRL)
Test of antibodies against HIV-1/2
Pathological anatomy research
Diagnostic biopsy of surgical pieces
Medical report conclusions and recommendations
Note: Accommodation for the patient's accomodation 40.00 CUC per day with meals included.
Medications, disposable material, blood, derivatives or their substitutes and artificial support materials are excluded.
The medical programs are designed to perform the preoperative study on an outpatient basis. If the patient prefers to be hospitalized, the preoperative stay increases in two or three days depending on the scheduled surgery.
Minimal Access Surgery
TREATMENTS RELATED TO MINIMUM ACCESS SURGERIES