DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18203/issn.2454-5929.ijohns20182712

A comparative study of endoscopic assisted curettage adenoidectomy with conventional adenoidectomy

Abhay Kumar, Prabhu Narayan, Prem Narain, Jaypal Singh, Prateek Kumar Porwal, Sanjay Sharma

Abstract


Background: In ENT adenoidectomy is a commonly performed surgery. It is conventionally done using the curettage method. This present study aims to evaluate endoscopic assisted curettage adenoidectomy as an alternative.

Methods: The present study consisted of forty cases requiring adenoidectomy were divided into two groups of twenty each. In Group A adenoidectomy was done by conventional curettage method and in Group B by endoscopic assisted micro-debrider adenoidectomy. The parameters studied between two groups were intra-operative time, intra-operative bleeding and completeness of resection .The study period was from June 2015 to December 2016.  

Results: The average time taken in Group A (conventional surgery) was 5.30 minutes and in Group B (powered endoscopic surgery) was 12.30 minute. The average blood loss in Group A was 35 ml (range 10–50) as compared to 30 ml in Group B. Nearly 25 % of the patients who underwent endoscopic assisted adenoidectomy had grade II adenoids. About 30% of the patients who underwent conventional adenoidectomy had Grade III adenoids. A total of 10% of the patients developed primary haemorrhage which was more in conventional adenoidectomy (15%) as compared to endoscopic adenoidectomy (5%).

Conclusions:Endoscopic assisted microdebrider adenoidectomy was found to be a safe and effective tool for adenoidectomy. Endoscopic adenoidectomy better for completeness of resection, accurate resection under vision. On the other hand, in conventional adenoidectomy operative time and intra-operative bleeding was less.

 


Keywords


Adenoidectomy, Curettage method, Endoscopic adenoidectomy

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