The use of antibiotics without independent anti-inflammatory properties have limited efficacy in patients with eCRS
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The only treatments that have been clearly shown to be effective are antibiotics for wet CC and inhaled steroids for dry CC
Healthcare provider, provider’s specialty, presence of medical trainees affect overuse of antibiotics
A new way of developing antibiotics using uncultivable soil bacterium is sparking interest with its potential to tackle an emerging public health problem posed by the rise of antibiotic resistance.
Routine antibiotic treatment in primary care setting offers little clinical benefit, and is associated with adverse effects including antibiotic resistance
Video head impulse testing, vestibular evoked myogenic potential testing improve ability to probe end organ function, identify vestibular dysfunction
Antibiotic prophylaxis is effective when used in clean-contaminated oncologic surgery, but shouldn’t be used beyond 24 hours postoperatively
Routine use of prophylactics in clean otologic surgery is not supported by evidence, and their role in contaminated cases warrants more research
Long-duration therapy with macrolide antibiotics has been advocated for the treatment of recalcitrant chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS). However, uncertainty exists as to which patients will respond to such treatment, the degree of benefit likely to be obtained, and the relevant risks to the patient and community at large