When the way we come together with our patients and treat them is compromised, it strains our ability to perform our jobs.
Supreme Court Finds CMS COVID19 Vaccine Mandate Permissible, Not OSHA
The Supreme Court ruled two different ways on vaccine mandates. With COVID-19 vaccines continuing, it’s important to understand why they ruled differently.
Managing the Increasing Primary Care Burden in Otolaryngology
COVID-19 Associated with Upsurge in Otolaryngology Publications
COVID-19 is associated with an increase in volume, citations, and attention for both COVID and non-COVID-related otolaryngology articles.
Modified Olfactory Training Is Effective in Treating Post–COVID-19 Parosmia
Parosmia has been reported to develop after COVID-19 and may be a sign of recovery in olfactory function following anosmia.
Is There a Causative Link Between SARS-CoV-2 and Audiovestibular Dysfunction?
SARS-CoV-2 can infect human inner ear cell types, and this infection may underlie COVID-19–associated problems with hearing and balance.
Letter from the Editor: As COVID Cases Drop, It’s Time to Reengage with Our Communities
Now that we’re exiting the pandemic stage, it’s time to brainstorm ways to build back our connections to each other and with our local communities.
Parosmia Is Distinct from Quantitative Olfactory Loss in Patients with COVID-19–Related Dysfunction
Parosmia was associated with significantly better quantitative olfactory scores but worse quality-of-life scores.
Otolaryngologist Leaders Share Reflections on Pandemic Challenges
How Physicians Are Navigating a Fragile Supply Chain to Reduce the Impact on their Practices
Once predicted as a temporary glitch due to the rapid onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, today’s troubled supply chain has settled in for the long haul.
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