‘.. The results of the study demonstrated a statistically significant differences in the risk of developing a major complication of tonsillectomy with coblation, electrocautery, or microdebrider. Electrocautery had the lowest complication rate of 0.7 %, compared to that of the coblator, 8 % and 3.1 % electrocautery. The authors reported that those who had tonsillectomies via coblation 3.9 complications than those who have had tonsils were removed via microdebrider times more frequently. Moreover, were complications in patients who had tonsillectomies via electrocautery, 4.4 times more frequently than those who had via via microdebrider. ‘The questions will remain is the best way is the best procedure,’said study author Craig S. ‘However, an important point, no matter which surgical technique was used for removal of the tonsils in the study, our results to an acceptable level demonstrate safety procedures at all.

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