The hospital has dedicated ENT consultation rooms with provision for office based procedures. The team is backed by an enthusiastic diagnostic team involving Radiologists, Pathologists and Laboratory services to provide ‘one stop’ diagnostic service for your ENT /Head and Neck problems. Currently this rapidly expanding ENT unit has the following provisions
Microscopy of ear and suction clearance
Nasal endoscopy (Endoscopic examination of the nose and sinus openings)
Flexible/rigid laryngoscopy to examine the voice box
Audiometry and other hearing assessment, Hearing aid fitment, Balance Rehab
Minor facial plastic and ENT procedures (earlobe repair, Botox and fillers)
Electrophysiology and EMG studies
The hospital has a dedicated ENT theatre for routine ENT operations and three laminar flow, state of the art OR (Operating room) for Major Head and Neck and more complex ENT surgeries. We are committed to carrying out the majority of ENT surgeries as day case procedures when and where feasible. This is in compliance with current standards worldwide. Adapting this practice has proven to be effective in early patient recovery, reducing hospital acquired infection and reduced costs.
The theatre is backed by dedicated team of anaesthetists, nurse specialists and OR technicians managing the recovery room, Surgical ICU and Paediatric ICU. There is a set process to facilitate smooth transition from OR to Discharge
Paediatric airway and Laryngology
PTH is a tertiary care center for management of Paediartic patients. The unit has a committed team of Paediatricians managing the PICU and NICU. The ENT team provides support in assessing and managing airway related problems in children. Further we also offer full range of service to patients with voice disorder including speech therapy and Microlaryngeal surgery/Phonosurgery/Botox treatment where and when required. Common conditions treated are
Paediatric Sleep apnea
Glottis and subglottic stenosis
Vocal nodules and other lesions of vocal cord
Vocal cord paralysis
Foreign bodies of upper aerodigestive tract
PEOPLE TREE Hospitals is pleased to offer comprehensive hearing and speech care. The Hearing and speech clinic provides services to people of all ages with hearing and speech disorders. It works closely with ENT Surgeons, Paediatricians and Neurologists to provide multidisciplinary care.
It adapts best practices and technologies from around the world and engage patients and their family in meaningful activities. The team is fully committed to affordable, personalised and ethical clinicalpractices.
The unit has a dedicated facility at the hospital to provide outpatient and inpatient care for people with hearing and speech problems.
AUDIOLOGY & AURAL REHABILITATION
Pure tone and Speech Audiometryto assess for hearing impairment in adult and children
Tympanometryto assess middle ear functioning
Brainstem Auditory Evoked Response (BAER/ABR) Objective hearing tool to assess babies and children with suspected hearing impairment.
Newborn hearing screening with Oto-acoustic emission testing
Play audiometry used to assess children’s hearing from ages 3 and older
Visual response audiometryto assess hearing in children prior to the age of 3 years.
Hearing aid SolutionsThe Audiology Clinic dispenses some of the most advanced hearing aids at competitive prices. The hearing aids are customised to individual needs and requirements. Full range of hearing aids are available and are dispensed only after a thorough trial.
SPEECH DISORDERS & THERAPY
Speech Clinic offers comprehensive services to children and adults with speech and swallowing disorders.
Common disorders treated by speech therapy are:
Developmental speech and language delay in children
Problems with swallowing disorders
Voice disorders in adults and children
Speech and swallowing disorders occurring as a result of stroke and nervous system disorders
Speech and swallow disorders related to head and neck cancer treatment
The Speech Pathology Clinic offers services for inpatients and outpatients. The clinic is staffed by committed and experienced team of clinicians