Currently, there isn’t much uniformity regarding opioid prescribing practices, even within the same medical practice.
ENTtoday: December 2017
The shifting focus from “consent” to how “informed” a patient should be.
A thank you and comment on the future from Robert H. Miller.
Researchers are turning to gene editing to correct certain types of hearing loss, but many practical details regarding gene editing still need to be determined.
While wrong-patient errors can be deadly, most are preventable.
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Ampicillin/sulbactam is the preferred perioperative prophylactic antibiotic in major head and neck surgery.
Surgical intervention is indicated when patients have four to six episodes of acute sinusitis lasting four weeks or less each with asymptomatic periods in the interim.
There is little physiologic data comparing Eustachian tube function in each ear, but clinically relevant information can be gleaned from studies on surgical outcomes.
The healthcare burden of administering sleep studies is substantial, although the annual cost is declining.
These poor outcomes seem to be the result of factors intrinsic to pregnancy, not the tendency for medical therapy to be withheld in pregnancy-associated cases of BP.
HNSGA are locally aggressive tumors that most commonly occur on the face. Their presence predicts poorer outcomes.
High-volume surgical care was associated with lower one-year costs, even after controlling for quality.