Ear, Nose & Throat
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We provide treatment for symptoms affecting the ear, nose or throat, as well as a range of audiological investigations and rehabilitation for patients all our patients respectively.
Many patients begin their care with a general ENT physician, who refers them to one of our specialists to address more specific conditions. Others remain in the care of a general ENT physician throughout their treatment process. We welcome all patients with ear, nose, throat, head, or neck concerns.
It incorporates the removal of tonsils.
The tonsils are small, round pieces of tissue that are located in the back of the mouth on the side of the throat. Tonsils are thought to help fight infections by producing antibodies. The tonsils can usually be seen in the throat of your child by using a light.
Tonsillitis occurs when the tonsils become inflamed from infection.
It incorporates the removal of adenoids.
Adenoids are similar to the tonsils. The adenoids are made up of lymph tissue and are located in the space above the soft roof of the mouth (nasopharynx) and cannot be seen by looking in your child’s nose or throat. Adenoids also help to fight infections. Adenoids may cause problems if they become enlarged or infected.
Adenoiditis is when the adenoids become inflamed from infection.
It incorporates the removal of polyps.
The procedure is used to remove polyps from the inside of the colon, also called the large intestine. A polyp is an abnormal collection of tissue. The procedure is relatively noninvasive and is usually carried out at the same time as a colonoscopy.
The focus of the clinic is to ensure patients are safely and well-prepared for their upcoming operation and that the day of the surgery runs smoothly.
The Pre-Surgical Screening Unit staff prepares you for surgery by:
- Assessing your medical fitness for surgery and anesthesia before your operation and arranging tests and consults if needed. Any tests and/or assessments ordered by your surgeon must be completed before your surgery. This allows time for your surgeon to review results and prevent last-minute delays or cancellations
- Providing you with important before-and-after surgery instructions
- Answering your questions
Once patients have been prepared for surgery, they are transported to the Operating Room where their procedure is performed.
You will be greeted by an interdisciplinary team. You may meet Attendants, Registered Nurses (RN), Registered Practical Nurses (RPN), Respiratory Therapist (RT), Surgeons, Anesthetists and students.
The entire team works together to provide our patients with a positive, supportive surgical experience.
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