January 19, 2022
March 16, 2021
Otolaryngology experts examined important clinical questions in five areas—from antivirals for newborn hearing to tonsillar cancer—during the Triological Society’s “Best Practices” session.
When deciding whether to perform tracheotomies during COVID-19 required laryngologists to balance important medical and resource needs with the possibly grave infection risks to medical personnel.
More procedures performed at high-volume hospitals and careful certification of surgeons in clinical trials are ways to improve the quality and value in head and neck care, panelists said.
New but limited data have emerged suggesting that oral steroids with olfactory training may be a safe and effective treatment for loss of smell due to COVID-19.
A culture of mentoring can go a long way by providing guidance, improving job performance, and giving mentees the feeling of belonging.
April 10, 2020
Panelists at the Triological Society Combined Sections Meeting review complicated cases.
Revenue is likely the driver of the number of balloon dilations performed in the U.S., meeting panelists say.
Researchers share data on the Triological Society’s Career Development Awards program.
Pediatric otolaryngology is a world of its own, experts say