However, there are various contraindications to adenotomy. These include - anomalies in the development of the soft and hard palate, clefts of the hard palate, the child's age (up to 2 ampicillin), blood diseases, suspicion of cancer, acute infectious diseases, acute inflammatory diseases of the upper respiratory tract, bacillus, the period up to 1 month after prophylactic vaccinations.
Aspiration adenotomy is performed on a specialth adenotome, designed and introduced into otorhinolaryngological practice by B.I. Kerchev. The aspiration adenotome is a hollow tube with a shoe-shaped receptacle for adenoids expanded at the end. The other end of the adenotome is connected to the suction. With aspiration adenotomy, the possibility of aspiration (inhalation) of pieces of lymphoid tissue and blood into the lower respiratory tract is excluded, as well as damage to anatomical structures nearby in the nasopharynx.