Concurrent septoplasty and younger age were associated with increased opioid usage, although the majority of FESS patients did not take more than five opioid tablets after surgery.
Articles tagged with "ESS"
A look at how effective systemic tranexamic acid is compared to a control in blood loss, operative time, and surgical field and incidence of postoperative emesis and thromboembolism in endoscopic sinus surgery (ESS).
Patients with long-term symptom duration reported the greatest mean postoperative quality of life improvement.
A look at the prevalence, timing, and potential baseline clinical risk factors associated with patients with medically refractory chronic rhinosinusitis electing endoscopic sinus surgery.
Patients with T1 and T2N0 oral tongue cancer are likely to benefit a from specimen-driven margin assessment
The benefits of cocaine are unique in terms of its singular ability to both vasoconstrict and anesthetize the nasal mucosa
TRIO Best Practice articles are brief, structured reviews designed to provide the busy clinician with a handy outline and reference for day-to-day clinical decision making. The ENTtoday summaries below include the Background and Best Practice sections of the original article. To view the complete Laryngoscope articles free of charge, visit Laryngoscope.com. Background Cystic fibrosis (CF) […]