Patients with CRS are likely not inherently more vulnerable to COVID-19 infection at a rate above that of the general population.
A Breakdown of the Many Manifestations of Long-Haul COVID-19
From loss of smell to vocal cord paralysis, here are the ways COVID-19 has left its mark on otolaryngology patients.
Letter from the Editor: Otolaryngology Online Forums—the Good and the Ugly
ENTConnect has become increasingly muddled by a select few posters who are using the forum to promote themselves and their personal views on the COVID-19 pandemic.
Early Diagnosis, Treatment Essential in Acute Invasive Fungal Sinusitis in Patients with Recent COVID-19 Infection
Clinical suspicion of acute invasive fungal rhinosinusitis (AIFR) among COVID-19 patients and early management with antifungal therapy and surgical debridement is essential for better outcomes and higher survival.
Objective Screening, Evaluation for Taste Disorders Is Key for COVID-19 Patients
Due to the high prevalence of taste disorders as an early clinical symptom in patients with COVID-19, proper screening and evaluation should be performed.
How This Healthcare Team Maintained a Head and Neck Cancer Surgical Practice During COVID-19
Patients were screened three times: over the phone a day prior to their visit, upon entry to the cancer center, and upon triage in the clinic.
AMA Adopts Policy to Combat Public Health Disinformation by Healthcare Professionals
Physician, resident, and medical student members of the American Medical Association (AMA) House of Delegates adopted a policy at the association’s special interim meeting in November to combat public health […]
Why HIPAA, Protected Health Information Cybersecurity Best Practices Are Critical in COVID-19 Era
COVID has put cybersecurity concerns, particularly in connection with the protection of patient healthcare data, into mainstream consciousness.
No Correlation Between SARS- CoV-2 Viral Load and Olfactory Psychophysical Scores in COVID-19 Patients
Olfactory dysfunction (OD) presence does not seem to be useful in identifying subjects at risk for being COVID-19 super spreaders.
Nasal Lavage May Be a Valid Alternative to Swab Method in SARS-CoV-2 Detection
Nasal and nasopharyngeal lavages appear to be well tolerated and highly reliable in detecting SARS-CoV-2.
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