BigTull Presents: Dr. J.’s “Inverted Bottle Sign”

BigTull Presents: Dr. Janakiram’s

Dr. J., sinuses full of cheese… the only question is, what best to drink to compliment this cheese extraction? ENJOY!

*** WARNING ***
ENT Surgical Procedure!
~ Nasty Infection and Debris Removed from Sinus Cavities ~
Viewer Discretion Is Advised
*** WARNING ***

RUNTIME: 4min 56sec

YT INFO: Published Jul 10,2012 by NARAYANAN JANAKIRAM

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    • I’ve had two sinus surgeries, digger kahn-one was major surgery & I was in hospital for 10 days. I had a GA & was not awake for either. I think it depends on the severity of the problem & what they have available in 3rd world countries. I don’t imagine many people would be awake for this type of ENT work in the Western world! I can’t imagine a pro like Dr J not using a GA for a major surgery like this one as well. Also it would be really difficult for the surgeon if the patient was awake & moving while he was operating, not to mention the pain it may cause to the patient.

      • I’ve had one major sinus surgery and it was outpatient, but they used general anesthesia. I had a septoplasty (fixed a deviated septum) and had my sinuses worked on. I remember going in after the sinus surgery to have them do the professional cleaning on a weekly or biweekly basis, and even with the numbing agents they used (which taste like the worst imaginable thing running down the back of your throat), it hurt like heck. I can’t imagine any ENT in their right mind doing an invasive procedure like this without general. I think the reverberation of the tools in the sinus cavity would probably be enough to make a patient scream, even without factoring in the pain of the surgery.

      • The patients are under general anethesia. Notice a tube coming out the side of their mouth? It’t the ventilator tube. S**ZIT**ing bone etc… be too painful to do it with local anethesia.

  • Dr J is one amazing ENT surgeon-as comedoness said, he’s an ENT rock star! Brilliant post Big Tull-you are the rock star of ENT posts! This one had me on the edge of my seat for the whole procedure-so many types of pus & different techniques/approaches-definitely one of your best ever posts BT-Thank you!

  • Wow, that poor woman’s sinuses were a mess! I’ll bet she felt at least a million times better after that surgery.

    I also love the way Dr. J has fun with his videos — it’s serious stuff, but he always tosses in something lighthearted for our entertainment.

    As regards having ENT work done while awake, I had a deviated septum corrected and openings into my sinuses enlarged and I was WIDE awake for the whole thing. I felt zero pain — the anesthetic the doc used was, interestingly, pure cocaine; it instantly numbed everything in my sinuses, so all I felt was pressure. But I also heard the noise of bones crunching in my face. ::shudder:: Again, it was NOT painful. But between the bone crunching and the cocaine anesthesia, that was the best aversion therapy money could buy — I have never, ever even for a second contemplated using that dreadful stuff!

    So it’s quite possible to have sinus surgery while wide awake, just not entirely pleasant. Like watching the doc take 8-inch-long tools and sliding them 6 inches into my face … you guys are the only ones I’d dare describe this stuff to because everybody else I know would be too grossed out! I know you guys are grossed out, too, but at least you like being grossed out by some of this stuff. 🙂

    Anyway, it was not fun. But he did a wonderful job; that surgery was 35 years ago, and I’ve never had sinus trouble since beyond the occasional normal colds and such.

  • Wow that’s awesome! Lovethatcreamcheese- cocaine is very often used in airway surgeries because it numbs the pain very well and it is also one of the few ga that doesn’t cause inflammation; making it easier to work on and for the patient.

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