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Turbinoplasty mayo stand and back table surgery setup

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Turbinoplasty surgery instruments

Clamping & Occluding instruments

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What to expect during Turbinoplasty

Turbinoplasty is a surgical procedure performed in the nasal cavity to treat conditions such as chronic nasal obstruction, sinusitis, or allergies. It involves reducing the size of the turbinates, which are bony structures located inside the nose that help to humidify and filter air as it passes through. The surgery can be done as a partial or total removal of the turbinate, and is often performed using a shaver and other basic ENT instruments. Positioning Supine with arms tucked Drapes Towel wrapped around the patient’s head, sticky blue U drape, head drape covering the patient’s body Step 1: Pre-Operative Set…
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