The only treatments that have been clearly shown to be effective are antibiotics for wet CC and inhaled steroids for dry CC
Articles tagged with "pediatrics"
A look at the impact the pediatric tonsillectomy guidelines, published by the AAO-HNS in January 2011, have had on individual
An evaluation of a child with sleep-disordered breathing requires a careful assessment of symptoms as well as tonsil size
In children with DS, who have persistent OSA after T&A and lingual tonsil hypertrophy, LT significantly improved AHI, oAHI, and O2 saturation nadir
Tympanomastoid surgery can be safely performed as an outpatient procedure in the pediatric population.
What is the prevalence of residual obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) in children undergoing adenotonsillectomy (AT), and what are the risk factors for the condition? BOTTOM LINE The majority of children had improvement in OSA after AT. Teenagers, children with obesity or neurological disorder/developmental disability/craniofacial abnormalities, and severe OSA have a high risk of residual OSA. […]
Practical tips to help medical students and physicians examine young children.
There is no body of evidence to suggest that there is an optimal location for placing tympanostomy tubes, yet the anterior-inferior quadrant is commonly used