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Myringotomy mayo stand and back table surgery setup

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What to expect during Myringotomy

Myringotomy is a surgical procedure used to relieve pressure and fluid buildup in the middle ear. During the procedure, a small incision is made in the eardrum, allowing fluid to drain out. In many cases, ear tubes are inserted to help with drainage and prevent future fluid buildup. This procedure is commonly used to treat conditions such as recurrent ear infections, hearing loss, and speech delays in children. Step 1: Ear Speculum and Suction The first step is to insert the ear speculum into the patient’s ear canal. The suction will then be used to remove any fluid present in…
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One response to “Myringotomy”

  1. carrmommyof3 Avatar
    carrmommyof3

    I did my first official BMT last week as a scrub tech (I never got to hand off the tubes in clinical) so I was super nervous but it went great. Love how short & easy these surgeries are. Just have to remember to save the ear drops to go with the patient. :)

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