What is Coblation Therapy? How does coblation treatment benefit the patient?

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Dr. Raman Abrol
ENT Specialist / otorhinolaryngology

What is Coblation Therapy? How does coblation treatment benefit the patient? 

In this video, Dr. Raman Abrol, Simplihealth expert and ENT specialist at Abrol Institute and Research Centre talk about Coblation therapy. Abrol ENT Institute and Research Center is a recognized coblation therapy center by the company. And today we will be talking about coblation treatment in detail.  

What does coblation treatment used for? 

We treat adenoids and tonsillitis by coblation therapy. 

What is coblation therapy? 

Let’s briefly discuss coblation therapy. In coblation therapy,  we use a plasma knife to melt the intervening tissue in the presence of saline. 

What are the benefits of coblation treatment? 

This technology is beneficial for tonsils treatment as it is bloodless technology and takes less time. 

How does coblation treatment work? 

We grab the tonsils and take the handpiece towards the intervening tissue. As soon as we pass the current,  the tissue starts melting. With the help of this technology,  the removal of tonsils has become very easy with this technology. 

What are the advantages of coblation therapy? 

The distinct advantage of no or significantly less pain to the patients, no hospitalization is required, no bleeding, and there is a speedy recovery. In the same manner, we remove adenoids. We perform nasal endoscopy to examine the adenoids thoroughly and visualize the magnified view on the screen. 

Then, we take the coblation probe towards the adenoid and start melting it. We can achieve 99.9%of adenoids removal with this technology. We are leaving behind a bloodless area that heals very fast. Children don’t suffer a lot as there is no bleeding. 

The Abrol ENT Institute and Research Center is a premium institute for coblation therapy.  We have tremendous experience of 10 years of performing coblation treatment in adenoids and tonsillitis patients.

Thank you very much.

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