Contaminated fluid could potentially contribute to sinonasal infections
Articles tagged with "infection"
Novel non-antibiotic treatment approach for chronic and nosocomial infections caused by Staphylococcus aureus shows promise in offering a way to combat these infections
What can physicians tell patients about the shelf life of antimicrobial ear drops and when bottles might become contaminated after use in the infected ear canal? Background: Little evidence exists regarding the shelf life of antimicrobial ear drops after opening or when patients should discard the bottle. Additionnally, little is known about contamination after use […]
Ever since the first fully equipped otolaryngology team was sent to the Air Force Theater Hospital (AFTH) in Balad, Iraq in 2004, an otolaryngologist-head and neck surgeon has become a permanent member of any deployed multispecialty head and neck team, working alongside a neurosurgeon, ophthalmologist and oral and maxillofacial surgeon.
West Nile Virus, SARS, Lyme disease, HIV—these aren’t our parents’ infectious diseases anymore.