Awake in-office procedures may be the preferred treatment method for many patients who require multiple interventional treatments of the larynx, especially those at risk of being put under general anesthesia.
Practice Focus » Laryngology
The EAT-10 is an easy-to-administer dysphagia screening tool with good discriminant ability for use in ALS clinics.
On Oct. 31, 2022, The Food and Drug Administration added tracheostomy tubes to the administration’s medical device shortage list, including Bivona tracheostomy tubes manufactured by ICU Medical, San Clemente, Calif. […]
Among the highlighted findings in this analysis is the importance of laryngoscopic examination to detect preoperative vocal cord paralysis.
With no other option than to wait and see for post-thyroidectomy recurrent laryngeal nerve paralysis, nimodipine and/or steroid use may be viable options in the postoperative setting.