DACAA: Modality of Pain Management in Ambulatory Tonsillectomy Surgery in Adults
No SFORL recommendation for adult ambulatory tonsillectomy. This study would allow the establishment of an ambulatory management during an adult tonsillectomy. This would allow a return home from J0 for the patient and therefore would improve the comfort of the patients and reduce the cost associated with a conventional hospitalization over several days.
|Condition or Disease||Intervention/Treatment||Phase|
Arms and Interventions
|Experimental: ambulatory protocol after adult tonsillectomy|
prescription of analgesics for outpatient procedure with hospital surveillance
Other: Assess pain management modalities in adult outpatient tonsillectomy surgery
use a post-operative analgesia protocol suitable for outpatient surgery. Namely a protocol of analgesia based on the taking of drugs per bone (by mouth) and not intravenous. Pain evaluation.
Primary Outcome Measures
- Assess pain management modalities in ambulatory tonsillectomy surgery in adults through post-operative pain assessment, with a defined analgesia and anesthesia protocol adapted to ambulatory management. [14 days]
Pain measured by self-assessment by Analog Visual Scale (0-10). If score is under 4 = efficacity of ansthesia protocol
- programmed Tonsillectomy surgery
Congenital or acquired hemostasis disorder
Indication of uvulo-bike-pharyngo-plasty
Contraindication to the use of one of the protocol molecules including pregnancy
Allergy to analgesic treatments used in the study
Ongoing analgesic treatment that cannot be interrupted
Contacts and Locations
Sponsors and Collaborators
- Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Besancon
Study Documents (Full-Text)None provided.