Asthma Attacks In Children May Decrease After Tonsillectomy and Adenoidectomy Operation!

Tonsillectomy and Adenoidectomy Operation Can Reduced The Number of Asthma Attacks In Children

Tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy in children decrease the asthma attacks - Effect of tonsillectomy on asthma attacks in children - Effect of adenoidectomy on asthma attacks in children
A study on 105 asthmatic children in Oakland Children's Hospital and Research Center in California indicated that there was a decrease in the number of asthma attacks following tonsil and nasal meat operations.

In fact, the benefits of tonsillary nasal surgery on cardiovascular health in children with large tonsils and nasal passages was supported by a number of studies. In this study, the effect on the number of asthma attacks was emphasized.

In particular, different studies on children with large tonsils and large adenoid tissue continue to emphasize positive changes after tonsil surgery and after nasal meat surgery.

Source link >> American College of Chest Physicians

In another study study published in PLOS Medicine showed that the surgical removal of tonsils and adenoids in children with sleep apnea may reduce the asthma attacks. Source link >>  Tonsil removal for youth with sleep apnea may improve asthma, study says

The increase in the airway diameter in children with different mechanisms and the decrease in the frequency of upper respiratory tract infections can reduce the frequency of allergic reactions in the lungs. Tonsillectomy operation and adenoidectomy operation are required for selected patients. There is no indication that only tonsillectomy or adenoidectomy should be performed for asthma. The most important of the ear nose throat doctor who follows your child is the most important.

Behind our nasal cavity, there is an adenoid called lymphatic tissue in our nasal region. In addition, there are other groups of lymph nodes called lateral pharyngeal bands that descend from the bull to the ball area. These are not the only lymph tissues in our body. There are a number of lymph nodes in our neck. Tonsils in our throat region are one of them. There are also lingual tonsils found in the root of the tongue. In other words, tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy operations are the removal of only a few of these tissues.

Tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy operations should be performed in selected patients!

Tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy operations should be performed when necessary. Surgical removal of these lymphoid tissues may usually be required for two reasons. The first one is the increase in the size of the tonsils and adenoid airway obstruction, and the second is the common inflammation. Tonsils are large; may cause swallowing, nutrition and speech problems. Foods accumulated on tonsil can also cause bad breath. Above all, the adenoid tissue is large, leading to nasal congestion. In these patients, it causes open mouth and snoring. In addition, adenoid large and obstructive, face and jaw bones, creating a developmental disorder, called "adenoid face" appearance, middle ear fluid accumulation and hearing loss, sinusitis, and cough can be seen. In addition, frequent recurrent tonsillar infection may cause problems in the heart, joints and kidneys. In such cases, tonsil and adenoid operations should be planned.

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