Coblation tonsillectomy: is it inherently bloody?

  title={Coblation tonsillectomy: is it inherently bloody?},
  author={I. Khan and E. Abelardo and N. W. Scott and M. Shakeel and O. Menakaya and M. Jaramillo and K. Mahmood},
  journal={European Archives of Oto-Rhino-Laryngology},
The aim of the study was to compare a single surgeon’s post-tonsillectomy haemorrhage rates using cold steel dissection and coblation tonsillectomy techniques. Retrospective study on patients, who underwent tonsillectomy at West Wales General Hospital (WWGH) performed by a single surgeon from 2006 to 2010 employing both cold steel and coblation tonsillectomies. Data were analysed using Mann–Whitney and Chi-squared tests. The nominated surgeon performed 239 tonsillectomies at WWGH from 2006 to… Expand

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