Adenoidectomy

Adenoid removal surgery is required in pediatric patients in most cases. Pharyngeal tonsils (adenoids) are meant to protect the nasal cavity from germs, bacteria and microorganisms. In case of inflammation and swelling, the adenoids block the nasal cavity and make breathing difficult.

*The effect, result, risks, and recovery period depend on the individual peculiarities of the human body.

Indications for adenoidectomy

After ENT consultation and elimination of contraindications, it is often recommended to remove adenoids in case of:

  • Chronic adenoiditis (infectious inflammation), leading to an enlargement of pharyngeal tonsils.
  • Child snoring during a sleep and if there is a breathhold, after a sore throat as well.
  • Oxygen lack.
  • A risk that the infection will grow to otitis and a sense of hearing will deteriorate.
  • Signs of deformation of the facial skeleton.

Types of adenoidectomy

Leading clinics performing adenoid removal surgeries use both classical and modern methods of adenotomy in Kiev. In “Certus” clinic coblation adenoidectomy is carried out. The tonsils are excised with the help of cold plasma produced by a special device – a coblator.

The advantages of this technique are as follows:

  • Quick and almost painless removal of the necessary areas.
  • Absence of bleeding.
  • High impact accuracy due to the thin nozzle of the coblator.
  • Low tissue injury since the temperature of exposure does not exceed 70℃ (compared to laser therapy).
  • The procedure is performed under local anesthesia.
  • There is no need for hospitalization.
  • Minimal period of rehabilitation.

The second way to remove the enlarged adenoid tissues, that our doctors practice, is endoscopic adenotomy. It involves the use of a video endoscope that is inserted through the nasal passages. It allows the surgeon to control the course of the operation through the camera. Another method used for resection of adenoids is traditional, surgical one. In this case, pharyngeal tonsils are cut with the aid of an adenotome device.

The cost of adenoids removal depends on the method of surgery and it becomes known after the ENT consultation. In “Certus” clinic, coblation adenoidectomy and endoscopic adenotomy are more expensive than surgical resection of the tonsils. Approximate prices for adenoids removal in our clinic are presented in the section of the same name.

How is the surgery performed in “Certus” clinic?

Pre-surgery examination and ENT consultation: 1-3 days.
Duration of the surgery: 30 min. to 1 hour. The surgery can take place on an outpatient basis or in a clinical setting (1 day).
Anaesthesis: general anesthesia or local anesthesia.
*Recovery period. In case of coblation adenotomy it takes up to 5 days, in case of surgical adenotomy – 7-10 days.
There is a sensation of pain in the throat and nasopharynx, fever. Nutritional care consisting of soft, fluid diet is assigned to the patient. The patient should follow the recommendations of the doctor during the recovery period and after convalescence in order to minimize risks.
*Risks: backset (repeated enlargement of adenoids), inflammatory processes.

*The effect, result, risks, and recovery period depend on the individual peculiarities of the human body.

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Zhuravel Aleksei Iurevich    

Zhuravel Aleksei Iurevich    

Otolaryngologist

Price

Procedure Price

Рrice

UAH EUR USD

Adenoidectomy (cost of anesthesia is not included)

6500 UAH

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What examination and analyzes are necessary?

Do you have to undergo examinations or tests before the procedure / operation?

You can go through a laboratory examination before the procedure / operation in our clinic, or at the place of residence, depending on the type of anesthesia.

If the operation will be carried out under general anesthesia, then you need to pass the following tests:

1. General blood and urine tests.
2. Blood test for sugar.
3. Blood type and Rh factor.
4. Coagulogram (blood coagulation).
5. Biochemical blood test.
6. Blood test for the Australian antigen, hepatitis “C”, HIV.
7. The reaction of Wasserman.
8. Electrocardiogram.
9. The conclusion of the therapist.
10. Certificate of fluorography.
11. For women – a certificate from a gynecologist.

If the operation will be performed under local anesthesia, then you need to pass the following tests:

1. Complete blood count (with formula) + platelets.
2. Blood test for sugar.
3. The coagulation time.
4. Blood test for the Australian antigen, hepatitis “C”, HIV.
5. General analysis of urine.
6. Blood type.
7. Certificate of fluorography.
8. Electrocardiogram.

The cost of the examination in our clinic is 50-100 €

Is anesthesia included in the cost of the service?

The cost of anesthesia is not included in the cost of the procedure and is paid separately depending on its type and time of its action.

1. General short-term anesthesia (up to 3 hours) – 300 €
2. Each subsequent hour of general anesthesia additionally – 100 €
3. Intravenous anesthesia – 200 €
4. Local anesthesia – 100 €

After the operation, can I stay at your rehabilitation clinic?

The postoperative period you can spend in our hospital, this service is paid separately – from 100 € to 200 € per day.

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