Video: ❶ Rhinoplasty: Getting Ready For Surgery
Today, one of the most popular plastic surgeries is rhinoplasty. Moreover, like any other operation, this intervention also requires special preparation. But what should it be, and what is such preparation? Location: Location:
The first step in preparing for rhinoplasty is a clear understanding of all the limitations that prevent it from being performed. These restrictions include:
- diseases of the cardiovascular system;
- liver disease;
- kidney disease;
- poor blood clotting;
- mental disorders;
- age up to 16 years.
If at least one of these conditions is observed in you, you should undergo a thorough examination before the operation, or even cancel it altogether.
In addition, before going to rhinoplasty, you will need to pass urine and blood tests (blood biochemical composition, presence of infections, clotting). You will also need to undergo a special examination, which is carried out before any surgical intervention. In addition to the tests already mentioned, you will also need to undergo fluorography and get an electrocardiogram of the heart.
Before rhinoplasty, the patient must also undergo a nomogram of the sinuses and nasal bones. This procedure is carried out in order to exclude the presence of diseases and determine the state of the bone and cartilaginous structures of the nose.
In addition, since rhinoplasty should not disrupt the respiratory function of the nose, another important study is required before it - rhinomanometry. Rhinomanometry helps determine the characteristics and characteristics of your nasal breathing.
Only after passing all the above procedures and passing the necessary tests, you can safely go for rhinoplasty. Remember this.