Physician experts at the 2022 Triological Society Combined Sections Meeting discussed biologic therapy options for pediatrics chronic rhinosinusitis with polyps and recurrent respiratory papillomatosis.
These New Developments in Otolaryngology Are Revolutionizing the Management of Pediatric Patients
Here’s a look at some of the latest developments in pediatric otolaryngology.
How To: Catheter-Guided Basket Removal of a Difficult-to-Reach Pediatric Airway Foreign Body
Use of a bent flexible suction catheter to guide a urological wire basket during rigid bronchoscopy is a feasible technique for foreign body removal in the distal pediatric airway.
Pediatric Pain and Opioids: How to Respond When a Patient Is Still in Pain After a Tonsillectomy
Experts in a session at the American Academy of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery’s (AAO-HNS) 2021 Annual Meeting said prescribing opioids to children can be a risky way to respond.
Pediatric Otolaryngology Experts Discussed Medical Trends, Workforce Issues
From infectious illnesses in steep decline due to COVID-19 to a new subcertification category, leaders in pediatric otolaryngology discussed trends in the field during the Combined Otolaryngology Spring Meetings.
Neurologic Comorbidities and Failure to Thrive Associated with Unsuccessful Decannulation After Pediatric Tracheostomy
A look at the factors most significantly associated with successful decannulation and long-term outcomes in children undergoing tracheostomy.
Infant Tracheotomy Decannulation Status Based on Indications for Procedure
For pediatric tracheotomy patients under years of age, the likelihood of and time to decannulation varies based on indication for the tracheostomy.
Tablet Game Found Comparable to Standard Hearing Screening for Children
Tablet game audiometry as a screening tool performs well in a controlled setting and can be considered a reliable screening method for school-age children.
Here are Best Practices to Help Ensure Safety in Pediatric Otolaryngology During the Coronavirus Pandemic
These are recommendations that pediatric otolaryngologists can adopt to provide effective care for their COVID-19 patients and ensure safety for themselves, other healthcare workers, and their patients.
Handle with Care: Pediatric Otolaryngology Requires Sensitivity
Pediatric otolaryngology is a world of its own, experts say
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