Sleep experts at SLEEP 2014 discuss interventions to reduce sleep problems, curb pain and disability in children with insomnia, disrupted sleep
ENTtoday: August 2014
Otolaryngologists gain better understanding of causes, therapeutic options behind progressive hearing loss in children
Implantable upper airway stimulation device for OSA among highlights of SLEEP 2014 conference
Without way to refine data or validate its accuracy, physicians concerned misperceptions could impact doctor–patient relationships
Relative value unit payment system could replace complex, variable physician compensation model that exists today
Landing financial help isn’t only factor otolaryngologists should consider before making a move
Physicians differ on how to characterize this state of reduced physiological capacity
Otolaryngologists are increasingly using frailty index to assess whether patients can withstand surgery for obstructive sleep apnea, head-and-neck procedures
Evidence suggests a 24-hour pH probe (pHP) and multichannel esophageal intralumenal impedance testing is superior to pHP alone
Voice therapy techniques can help improve voice quality in children without negative side effects
Does using vascularized tissue from outside the radiation field reduce the risk of pharyngocutaneous fistula (PCF) following salvage total laryngectomies (STL)?
Do patients with chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS), with and without a migraine history, experience comparable quality-of-life (QOL) improvement after endoscopic sinus surgery (ESS)?
What are the risks of post-tonsillectomy hemorrhage associated with peri-operative ketorolac use for adult and pediatric patients?
How effective is minimally invasive image-guided surgery for cochlear implantation (CI) in a clinical setting?
Should the symptom of odynophagia be considered a warning sign for esophageal cancer or other significant esophageal pathology?
Does oral nimodipine promote recovery from acute vocal fold paralysis (AVFP)