A look at the factors most significantly associated with successful decannulation and long-term outcomes in children undergoing tracheostomy.
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For pediatric tracheotomy patients under years of age, the likelihood of and time to decannulation varies based on indication for the tracheostomy.
Tablet game audiometry as a screening tool performs well in a controlled setting and can be considered a reliable screening method for school-age children.
There were no significant complications for drug-induced sleep endoscopies (DISE) performed on child patients in the operating room or in the MRI induction room.
These are recommendations that pediatric otolaryngologists can adopt to provide effective care for their COVID-19 patients and ensure safety for themselves, other healthcare workers, and their patients.
Younger age at tracheostomy and longer cannulation period were associated with higher late postoperative complication rates.
A look at the risk factors that may contribute to multiple hemorrhages following tonsil surgery in children.
Lingual frenuloplasty with myofunctional therapy is safe and potentially effective for the treatment of mouth breathing, snoring, clenching, and myofascial tension.
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.