Multiple therapeutic options may be effective for treating mild pediatric OSA including observation, management with anti-inflammatory medications, and surgery.
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Patients with EVA are commonly discouraged from playing contact sports due to concerns about a possible risk for sudden hearing drops or vestibular dysfunction following even minor head trauma.
Injection medialization with a temporary injectable can improve symptoms of hoarseness, dysphonia, feeding difficulties, and aspiration in pediatric patients with unilateral VFI.
Given the current evidence available, it is recommended that infants who fail their newborn hearing screening should undergo CMV testing.
The use of therapeutic anticoagulation in the treatment of LST remains controversial
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
Adenoidectomy is a reasonable first-line surgical option for pediatric patients with CRS that is refractory to medical therapy
Current evidence supports that propranolol is safe to use for otherwise healthy infants with IH