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Nasal Polypectomy

  • ▪ Procedure Type:  Surgical Procedure
  • ▪ Function:  to remove polyps from the nasal passage
  • ▪ Common Names:  Intranasal, Endoscopic nasal polypectomy
  • ▪ Pain Intensity:  Less

Nasal Polypectomy is a surgical procedure that is undertaken to remove nasal polyps. Polyps are small, smooth, ball-like, non-cancerous growths inside the nasal passages. They are caused by chronic irritation or inflammation like sinusitis and are linked with recurring infections, allergies, certain immune disorders or drug sensitivity.

Nasal Polypectomy Cost in Delhi

  • Starting From: INR 65000
  • Procedure Duration: 40-60 min
  • Hospital Days : 0-1 days -
  • Anesthesia Type: General
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Top Doctor for Nasal Polypectomy in Delhi NCR

MBBS, MS - ENT and Otorhinolaryngology

Director - ENT

27 Years Of Experience,

ENT

₹ 1500 OPD Consult Fee

MBBS, MS - ENT

Associate Consultant - Otorhinolaryngology

8 Years Of Experience, 2 Awards

ENT

₹ 1200 OPD Consult Fee

Nasal Polypectomy Cost from trusted Hospitals in Delhi NCR

Medanta The Medicity

CH Bhaktawar Singh Road, Sector 38, Gurgaon, Haryana, 122001, India

NABH NABL JCI

Speciality Multi Speciality Hospital

Rupees blue Fee Range: Rupees 500 to 2000

Fortis Escorts Heart Institute

Opp Holy Family Hospital, New Friends Colony, New Delhi, Delhi, 110025, India

NABH NABL JCI NABH - BLOOD BANK

Speciality Super Speciality Hospital

Rupees blue Fee Range: Rupees 1000 to 2500

Fortis Hospital

A Block, Shalimar Bagh, New Delhi, Delhi, 110088, India

NABH

Speciality Multi Speciality Hospital

Rupees blue Fee Range: Rupees 400 to 3000

Pushpawati Singhania Hospital and Research Institute

Press Enclave, Sheikh Sarai II  , Sheikh Sarai, New Delhi, Delhi, 110017, India

NABH NABL AHA INDIAN HEALTH ORGANIZATION ISO 9001:2008 NABH - BLOOD BANK

Speciality Multi Speciality Hospital

Rupees blue Fee Range: Rupees 600 to 1500

Medanta Mediclinic

E-18, Defence Colony, New Delhi, Delhi, 110024, India

Speciality Multi Speciality Hospital

Rupees blue Fee Range: Rupees 800 to 2000

Nasal Polypectomy Cost from trusted Hospitals in Delhi NCR

Medanta The Medicity

CH Bhaktawar Singh Road, Sector 38, Gurgaon, Haryana, 122001, India

NABH NABL JCI

Speciality Multi Speciality Hospital

Rupees blue Fee Range: Rupees 500 to 2000

Fortis Escorts Heart Institute

Opp Holy Family Hospital, New Friends Colony, New Delhi, Delhi, 110025, India

NABH NABL JCI NABH - BLOOD BANK

Speciality Super Speciality Hospital

Rupees blue Fee Range: Rupees 1000 to 2500

Fortis Hospital

A Block, Shalimar Bagh, New Delhi, Delhi, 110088, India

NABH

Speciality Multi Speciality Hospital

Rupees blue Fee Range: Rupees 400 to 3000

Pushpawati Singhania Hospital and Research Institute

Press Enclave, Sheikh Sarai II  , Sheikh Sarai, New Delhi, Delhi, 110017, India

NABH NABL AHA INDIAN HEALTH ORGANIZATION ISO 9001:2008 NABH - BLOOD BANK

Speciality Multi Speciality Hospital

Rupees blue Fee Range: Rupees 600 to 1500

Medanta Mediclinic

E-18, Defence Colony, New Delhi, Delhi, 110024, India

Speciality Multi Speciality Hospital

Rupees blue Fee Range: Rupees 800 to 2000

Fortis Hospital

B-22 , Sector 62, Noida, Uttar Pradesh, 201301, India

NABH

Speciality Super Speciality Hospital

Rupees blue Fee Range: Rupees 400 to 1500

Medanta Mediclinic

UG Floor, Tower 'C', Building No. 10, DLF Phase II, Gurgaon, Haryana, 122002, India

Speciality Multi Speciality Hospital

Rupees blue Fee Range: Rupees 600 to 2000

Metro Hospital and Multispeciality Institute

L-94, Sector 11, Noida, UP, 201, India

NABH NABL ISO

Speciality Multi Speciality Hospital

Rupees blue Fee Range: Rupees 500 to 2000

Manipal Hospitals

Human Care Medical Charitable Trust, Adjoining MTNL Building, New Delhi, Delhi, 110075, India

Speciality Multi Speciality Hospital

Rupees blue Fee Range: Rupees 700 to 900

Paras Hospital

C-1, Sushant Lok Road, Block C, Phase 1, Sector-43, Gurgaon, Haryana, 122002, India

NABH NABL

Speciality Super Speciality Hospital

Rupees blue Fee Range: Rupees 400 to 1500

Fortis Flt Lt Rajan Dhall Hospital

Sector B, Pocket 1, Aruna Asaf Ali Marg,, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi, Delhi, 110070, India

NABH

Speciality Super Speciality Hospital

Rupees blue Fee Range: Rupees 500 to 2000

Top Doctor for Nasal Polypectomy in Delhi NCR

MBBS, MS - ENT and Otorhinolaryngology

Director - ENT

27 Years Of Experience,

ENT

₹ 1500 OPD Consult Fee

MBBS, MS - ENT

Associate Consultant - Otorhinolaryngology

8 Years Of Experience, 2 Awards

ENT

₹ 1200 OPD Consult Fee

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Where is Nasal Polypectomy done?

A:

Nasal Polypectomy is performed only in advanced operation theatres at the multi-specialty hospital having qualified ENT surgeons, anesthesiologists and well-trained staff on their panel. 

At Credihealth, we offer you a vast pool of hospitals with state of the art Operation theatres and observation units for postoperative monitoring. You can choose the suitable cost of Nasal Polypectomy in Delhi from our list.


Answered by: Dr. Ashwanth Prathapani on 28/08/2019

Q: What is Post-Procedure of Nasal Polypectomy?

A:

After the procedure is completed, the following steps will be performed by the doctor, medical expert or nursing staff:

  • There would be regular monitoring of blood pressure, body temperature, and pulse while you gain consciousness.

  • Your doctor will use steroid sprays for your nasal cavities to prevent the recurrence of the polyps.

  • A medical professional will monitor the progress postoperatively and attend to the medical needs until discharge while the nursing staff will assist in dressing and change of dressing regularly.

  • Your doctor will prescribe you some pain medications and other medications, including nasal sprays, which you must take to decrease pain and inflammation.

  • You would have to limit exercise and avoid strenuous activity for the following few days to improve healing as heavy exercises may increase your blood pressure and cause bleeding.

As Nasal Polypectomy is a short procedure, it is performed on an out-patient basis and you can go back home the same day unless some complications arise. 

There are some tips for quicker recovery which can help you:

  • Avoid blowing your nose or any other kind of pressure, like forceful sneezing, for a few days after the procedure as it may cause nasal bleeding 

  • Stay indoors as much as possible to avoid external environment, dust or pollution, which can reduce the rate of healing and cause irritation to the nasal lining.

  • Elevate the head on a pillow to reduce the swelling as well as avoid T-shirts with tight necks as pulling it over the head while wearing or removing it can cause damage. Prefer to wear button-up shirts instead.


Answered by: Dr. Ashwanth Prathapani on 11/11/2019

Q: What are the Risks and Complications of Nasal Polypectomy?

A:

In most cases, Nasal Polypectomy is a safe medical procedure - is performed by qualified experts. The following are the risks and complications of Nasal Polypectomy procedure :

  1. Failure to resolve the condition, sinus infection or recurrence of polyps

  2. Bleeding during the procedure is rare, but if bleeding occurs while the surgery is happening, you may require a blood transfusion and the surgery would need to be stopped.

  3. Chronic drainage from the nose, excessive dryness of the nose resulting in crusting

  4. Numbness of the face, palate or teeth due to nerve damage

  5. Damage to the eye or associated structures

  6. Persistent pain, especially sinus or nasal pain and headaches 

  7. Need for an aggressive second surgery for further treatment 

You must speak to your doctor about the possible risks and complications of the Nasal Polypectomy procedure for your case, as all situations are different.

For more information on Nasal Polypectomy cost in Delhi, contact Credihealth Medical Experts at 8010-994-994.


Answered by: Dr. Ashwanth Prathapani on 11/11/2019

Q: What is Nasal Polypectomy?

A:

Nasal Polypectomy is a surgical procedure that is undertaken to remove nasal polyps. Polyps are small, smooth, ball-like, non-cancerous growths inside the nasal passages. They are caused by chronic irritation or inflammation like sinusitis and are linked with recurring infections, allergies, certain immune disorders or drug sensitivity.


Answered by: Dr. Ashwanth Prathapani on 28/08/2019

Q: Who performs Nasal Polypectomy?

A:

The procedure would be performed by an ENT surgeon, a specialized doctor who deals with surgeries related to the ear, nose, throat and related structures. A team of experts including specialized surgeons, anesthesiologists, and well-trained nurses would be handling your surgery.


Answered by: Dr. Ashwanth Prathapani on 28/08/2019

Q: When is Nasal Polypectomy required?

A:

When the respiratory disturbances are severe enough to disrupt your day to day activities, your doctor will recommend some radiographic tests to assess the condition of your nasal cavity. A Computerised Tomography Scan, commonly known as CT Scan, would help your doctor understand if nasal polyps could be the underlying cause of your condition. If it is so, he/she may recommend the procedure.


Answered by: Dr. Ashwanth Prathapani on 28/08/2019

Q: How is Nasal Polypectomy performed?

A:

The procedure usually involves putting the patient under general anesthesia and after sedating the patient, the ENT surgeon will proceed. It is an endoscopic surgery, where the surgeon inserts a small tube with a lighted magnifying lens or tiny camera (endoscope) into the nostrils and guides it into the sinus cavity and uses tiny instruments to remove the polyps that block the flow of fluids from the sinuses. It is a simple procedure and no effect can be seen on the outside of the nose.


Answered by: Dr. Ashwanth Prathapani on 28/08/2019

Q: Why is Nasal Polypectomy done?

A:

Your doctor would advise Nasal Polypectomy if the nasal polyps grow large enough to block or obstruct your airway, causing difficulty in breathing. Respiratory disturbances are often the reason why doctors recommend the procedure.

Nasal Polypectomy is also recommended by doctors in case of

  • Recurrent nasal blockages

  • Long term sinusitis lasting more than 12-15 weeks

  • Postnasal drip

  • Running nose

  • Loss of taste

  • Hyposmia or anosmia (reduced or no sense of smell)

  • As a last resort if steroid sprays or nasal drops don’t provide relief.

If you are suffering from any of the above ailments and want to improve your present condition, you can inquire about Nasal Polypectomy cost in Delhi or book an appointment with a doctor through Credihealth.


Answered by: Dr. Ashwanth Prathapani on 28/08/2019

Q: What happens during Nasal Polypectomy?

A:

The procedure takes anywhere between 30 to 90 minutes, depending upon the complexity of the condition. Ideally, before the procedure, your doctor would have prescribed medications and if they were unable to help, nasal polypectomy would be recommended. Your surgeon may use general anesthesia or local anesthesia depending upon what suits you the best. In the procedure of Nasal Polypectomy, the doctor will usually follow the endoscopic method, where the endoscope, which is a small tube with a tiny camera, is used. The endoscope is inserted into your nose and guided into the sinus cavity. Then the surgeon will use tiny instruments to remove polyps and other substances that block your nose.


Answered by: Dr. Ashwanth Prathapani on 11/11/2019

Q: What is the indication of Nasal Polypectomy?

A:

It is common to have a few small polyps in the nasal cavity but if the nasal polyps enlarge and interfere with breathing or cause other issues, your surgeon may advise Nasal Polypectomy. Your doctor can even advise you the procedure if you are suffering from one or more of the following:

  • Difficulty in breathing through one or both sides of your nose due to obstruction of the airflow

  • Post-nasal drip

  • Persistent nasal stuffiness

  • Running nose

  • Nasal polyps that block the respiratory passage.

  • Case of chronic sinusitis that hasn't improved on conservative treatments like steroid sprays or antibiotics.

  • Headache and facial pain, especially over cheekbones or in the upper teeth, indicating chronic sinusitis

The ENT surgeon would prescribe a series of radiographic and diagnostic scans to understand the underlying cause and plan your treatment 

If you have similar signs, check the Nasal Polypectomy cost in Delhi today and consult with the best doctor.


Answered by: Dr. Ashwanth Prathapani on 11/11/2019

Q: What is the pre-procedure of Nasal Polypectomy?

A:

If Nasal Polypectomy has been recommended to you, the following steps should be followed to ensure that you are well prepared for your surgery. 

Health Exam: Your doctor will prescribe some tests to ensure you are healthy enough to undergo the surgery. You will be asked about your medical history as well as allergies if any. If you have had any reactions to anesthesia or other medications in the past, you must tell your doctor.

Medications: You must make a list of all your medications and discuss the same with your doctor as some medications, for instance, blood thinners like Aspirin, may need to be stopped days before the procedure.

 

Habits: Alcohol, as well as smoking, should be stopped. You must avoid these habits a few weeks before, as well as 2-3 weeks after the procedure or else it could drastically reduce the healing process and could cause complications during the procedure. Smoking irritates nasal passages. It is a major contraindication for nasal surgeries as it can cause postoperative complications.

 

Guidelines for the night before the surgery  : 

  • You should not consume any food or water past midnight or at least 12 hours before the procedure, or as advised by your doctor.

  • If you have any infection or fever, you must inform your doctor or doctor’s team immediately.

  • If you are diabetic or hypertensive, monitor your sugar levels as well as blood pressure and in the case of abnormally high sugar levels or blood pressure, inform your doctor’s office as your surgery may need to be rescheduled.


Answered by: Dr. Ashwanth Prathapani on 11/11/2019

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