Types of Procedures/Imaging Clinical Significance
Dental rehabilitation and adenoidectomy nasal endotracheal tube required for dental procedure obstructs ability to excise adenoid tissue
T&A and pH probe the pH probe cannot be in place during immediate T&A postop period due to risk of irritation and ensuing hemorrhage to newly cauterized tonsillar bed
Any invasive procedures with cardiac catheterization combining EGD/colon or dental rehabilitation with a cardiac catheterization, presents increased risk for bacteremia.
MRI Any non-urgent imaging that is required to be read prior to the procedure
Table 2: Procedural/Imaging Combinations that are Not Recommended.
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