A look at the ideal methods of skin preparation to reduce surgical site infection (SSI) in head and neck surgery.
TRIO Best Practices
Earlier age at the time of cochlear implantation in congenitally deafened children has been demonstrated to be significantly correlated to improved outcomes.
The benefits of group discussion, care coordination, and shared decision making are apparent, and they frequently are addressed in review and opinion publications.
Facelift techniques have evolved over the years, and modifications will continue into the future in pursuit of producing the best long-lasting aesthetic results.
Pregabalin given one hour before septoplasty decreases postoperative pain and lowers the requirement for postoperative analgesics, with no significant increase in side effects
Botulinum toxin injection may be ideal, especially for patients who are candidates for injections under local anesthesia.
Close, routine endoscopic and imaging surveillance is needed in the post-treatment setting.
Drains have been ubiquitously used in head and neck procedures to obliterate dead space, approximate skin flaps, and thereby promote wound healing.
Acupuncture has shown encouraging results when utilized within a variety of ear, nose, and throat procedures.
Injection medialization with a temporary injectable can improve symptoms of hoarseness, dysphonia, feeding difficulties, and aspiration in pediatric patients with unilateral VFI.