Lack of information and patient resistance can contribute to physicians not following guidelines
Articles tagged with "guidelines"
Experts point to a wide variety of reasons why guidelines are sometimes not followed.
The American Cancer Society (ACS) has issued a new guideline that addresses the long-term needs of survivors of head and neck cancer.
Despite tonsillectomy being the most common operative procedure performed in the United States, considerable variation exists in management and resource utilization
For otolaryngologists seeing increasing numbers of children with sleep-disordered breathing, whether or not to refer children for a polysomnography (PSG) prior to surgery is not a decision easily made. Currently, only about 10 percent of otolaryngologists request a sleep study in children with sleep-disordered breathing prior to surgery.