Otolaryngology practices these practices need to consider how best to re-engage their allergy immunotherapy patients, including answering: Which services to start with? Which patients? Which procedures?
ENTtoday: June 2020
Patients and physicians have two choices for minimally invasive rhinoplasty: injectable dermal fillers (sometimes called “liquid rhinoplasty”) and Latera.
Here are some steps ENT practices should consider to help keep them financially afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic including PPP loans, interruption insurance and advance Medicare payments.
How otolaryngology device companies are pivoting during the pandemic
Philip Zapanta, MD, talks about practicing otolaryngology, enlisting in the United States Army Reserve Medical Corps and his deployment to Iraq.
Connecting with others, observing your emotions and accepting that there will be new norms can help increase your well-being during the coronavirus pandemic.
Ageism can hurt both physicians and patients. Here’s a look at the federal and state laws surrounding ageism.
A private practice otolaryngologist writes about what our “new normal” may look like after the coronavirus pandemic.
This study suggests that female otolaryngologists within certain subspetomatic cialties are keeping pace with their male colleagues in publication productivity in the early career time frame.
A look at how and to what degree sleep disorders are associated with patients with cardiovascular disease at the biochemical and functional level.
Here are Best Practices to Help Ensure Safety in Pediatric Otolaryngology During the Coronavirus Pandemic
These are recommendations that pediatric otolaryngologists can adopt to provide effective care for their COVID-19 patients and ensure safety for themselves, other healthcare workers, and their patients.
A look at how the ethical issues that arise from coronavirus will affect practicing otolaryngologists.
Evidence-based preoperative assessment protocols that reduce unnecessary testing and extraneous cost without increased perioperative morbidity and mortality should be implemented into routine otolaryngology practice.
Decreased smell function is a major marker for coronavirus infection; therefore, smell testing may help to identify COVID-19 patients in need of early treatment or quarantine.
There are no data to suggest that delayed tracheostomy offers a morbidity or mortality advantage.
The existing literature still suggests that the highest locoregional control and survival rates are achieved with surgery.
Writing usually comes easy to me. Some people can do a neck dissection in 30 minutes. Others build amazing rapport with patients after just five minutes of interaction. We have colleagues who have the hands of a jeweler when performing a stapedectomy, and others who have the courage to face down a 12-hour surgery on […]