Lingual frenuloplasty with myofunctional therapy is safe and potentially effective for the treatment of mouth breathing, snoring, clenching, and myofascial tension.
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A mandated consent form prior to opioid prescription was associated with decreased overall opioid prescriptions without a resultant increase in postoperative complications in pediatric patients.
The findings of this study support the feasibility of using the nasal methylome for future clinical applications, such as predicting the development of asthma among wheezing infants.
This list clarifies expert opinion on which patient, disease, procedural, and outcome measures may be important to consider in any pediatric airway reconstruction patient.
Children treated with preoperative ibuprofen did not experience increased bleeding during or soon after tonsillectomy.
A short course of postoperative steroids decreased postoperative tonsillectomy hemorrhage risk.
RTST can be successfully performed after prior tracheal reconstruction with good postoperative outcomes.
Epistaxis may present early in HHT, but is typically mild in the pediatric period and is slightly worse in patients with HHT1.
The language outcomes for those implanted after the age of 1 year decline as the age of implantation increases.
Perioperative administration of dexmedetomidine can provide pain and agitation relief.