Tag: Otolaryngology

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Multidisciplinary pediatric aerodigestive centers provide better outcomes with reduced costs

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Children who choke when they drink or eat may have what’s known as dysphagia, or a swallowing disorder — one of the most common medical...
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Early Extubation Tied to Better Outcome After Stroke Thrombectomy

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Patients extubated within 6 hours after undergoing thrombectomy for stroke are twice as likely to experience better outcomes than patients extubated later, new research suggests....
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Sudden Loss of Taste and Smell Should Be Part of COVID-19 Screen

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More data indicate a link, and more experts are calling for loss of taste and smell, particularly if profound, to be added as symptoms when...
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Individualized vent-splitter may allow multiple COVID-19 patients to share single ventilator

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As the pandemic swept across the nation in March, so did urgent questions about the virus’ potential strain on the healthcare system. Source link...
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Coding for Coronavirus: NEW Guidance Replaces Rule of 1 Month Ago

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CDC has taken the unprecedented step of introducing a new code for COVID-19 diagnoses, superseding guidance of just a month ago. Here’s what you need...
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Should Docs Stop Providing Routine Care in the Era of COVID-19?

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Kids should receive the usual vaccines on time, but adult vaccines can wait, experts say. Many follow-up visits can be conducted via telehealth. Elective surgeries...
Gastroenterology

Mount Sinai physicians emphasize the importance of early detection, treatment of thyroid disease

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January is Thyroid Awareness Month, and physicians from the Hilda and J. Lester Gabrilove Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Bone Disease and the Department of...
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New discovery may bring scientists a step closer to developing hearing loss treatments

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A new discovery from a team led by Massachusetts Eye and Ear researchers may bring scientists a step closer to developing treatments that regrow the...
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Mount Sinai West offers minimally invasive procedure to treat non-cancerous thyroid nodules

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Mount Sinai West has begun offering a minimally invasive procedure to treat non-cancerous thyroid nodules that are symptomatic and would have otherwise required invasive surgery...
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Galcanezumab Cuts Frequency of Disabling Cluster Headaches

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Galcanezumab is a welcome option for patients who have grown frustrated with currently available treatment options, one headache expert said. Medscape Medical News Source link...
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Regular use of common pain relief medicines improves survival for head and neck cancer patients

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Regular use of a common type of medication, such as aspirin and ibuprofen, significantly improves survival for a third or more patients with head and...
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Hydrocephalus: New Complication of Congenital Zika Syndrome

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First reports of hydrocephalus as a complication of congenital Zika syndrome have led to recommendations that monitoring for this condition be part of the standard...
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Periodic Paralysis: Shedding Light on a Rare Neurologic Disorder

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This infrequent neuromuscular disorder is commonly mistaken for a multitude of other disorders, but diagnosis can be confirmed with key clues and genetic testing. Medscape...

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