Otorhinolaryngology and Head-Neck Surgery Division - Inpatient services

At the Otorhinolaryngology and Head-Neck Surgery Division there are 2 inpatient wards and 2 operating rooms.

Due to the diversity of the patient population, besides adult care (male and female) we also provide care for children.

The perioperative ward assisting the operations is found at the female section. Care is provided there by a licensed intensive therapy nurse, the ward is equipped in a way to observe general biological parameters, perform life-saving treatments, and use the central oxygen supply and suction system. Almost 100% of operations are performed under anesthesia. 8-10 procedures are done on a daily basis which means an average of 2,500 operations annually. In addition to the large number of tonsillectomies, frequently performed procedures include: operations for chronic middle ear infection (otitis media), correction surgery for hearing loss, nose and ear correction surgery, endoscopic nasal and sinus surgeries, and salivary gland surgery.

Tumors of the upper alimentary and respiratory tracts and surgeries for their developmental anomalies represent a top priority. A large number of cancer patients are treated by an Onco-Team. It is to be noted that besides ablative surgery, function-saving surgeries and rehabilitation surgeries are also available.

Commissioned technical coordinator: Dr. Zoltán Nedró, chief physician

Head nurse of department: Fanny Kalmár

Last update: 2022. 03. 09. 11:57