Advantages and Disadvantages of Nasal Packing in Nose Surgeries
In recent years, positive articles and advertisements have been seen about those that did not use a buffer (packing) during nasal surgeries.
Which patients are ideal for nose operations using absorbable nasal packing?
Can all nose surgery be performed without using nasal packing?
Which patients are not suitable for nasal packing free nose surgery?
Absorbable nasal packings may not always be an alternative to normal packings!
After the insertable buffers are placed in the nose, they stick to the bleeding areas, stop the bleeding and liquefy and expel spontaneously within a few days. That is, the absorbable buffers emerge from the nose painlessly. As long as they are found in the nose, they completely or partially prevent nasal breathing, such as classic nasal tampons. One of the biggest problems here is that people who are prone to sneezing or allergic have inadvertently removed these tampons by sneezing within the first 1-3 days after surgery. In particular, patients who have undergone turbinate radiofrequency or sinusitis operations may not provide sufficient barrier to prevent the mutual contact surfaces in the nose. Therefore, I have noticed that intranasal adhesions are present in some of the patients who were operated using absorbable packings and subsequently developed nasal obstruction.
The importance of nasal packing in turbinate radiofrequency
Turbinate radiofrequency are simple surgical procedures that can be performed under local or general anesthesia. High-tech devices are usually used to measure tissue resistance and cause minimal mucosal damage. Edema and edema of edema occur after 3 months of operation. In other words, the flesh first grows and then shrinks. Nose meats with very bloody tissues can come into contact with the nasal septum, which separates the nasal cavity in the period of edema. In this contact period, intranasal adhesions may occur when there is no material such as a buffer or silicone splint to provide isolation between the septum and the nose. Roughly this situation can be explained as follows:
Which is the best nasal packing?
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