COVID-19 Inspired More Otolaryngology Writing

COVID-19 Inspired More Otolaryngology Writing

PUBLIC HEALTH

The global pandemic has boosted the volume, citations and attention for both COVID-19 and non-COVID-19-related otolaryngology journal articles.

More ENT Articles
Quantifying Infection Risk and Cost-Effectiveness in Bronchoscopy
Value-Based Care
The total cost per use of a single-use bronchoscope is 12 percent less than for a reusable bronchoscope, according to a new study. Single-use bronchoscopes also help significantly reduce infection risk, further decreasing potential costs per procedure.
Does Microbial Testing Make Financial Sense?
Value-Based Care
U.S. multisociety guidelines have no preferred recommendation for testing the adequate reprocessing of endoscopes. Microbial testing is timely and costly but, given the cost associated with transmitting an infection, is the time and money worth it?
How Laryngoscopy Helps Diagnose Athletes With EILO
Public Health
U.K. specialists chose a flexible single-use rhinolaryngoscope to identify laryngeal obstruction during exercise for a new line of care they were opening.
Bringing Awareness and Hope to a Dysphagia Diagnosis
Public Health
Swallowing is something that many people take for granted — yet for those who experience difficulty doing it, the challenges can drastically alter their quality of life.
Why Instagram is a New Force For Medical Residency Matching
Public Health
The matching of medical students with residency programs has been around for years, but Instagram has only recently gotten into the game. Here’s how otolaryngology residency programs are making use of social media to attract the best and brightest to their schools.
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High stress and poor work-life balance top the concerns of critical care doctors responding to a recent survey.

Public Health

Although critical care doctors largely are satisfied with their jobs, they also report high job stress and low satisfaction when it comes to work-life balance, according to a new survey.

Patients suffering from extreme emphysema show improved cardiac function with bronchoscopic lung volume reduction.

Performing Procedures

Bronchoscopic lung volume reduction can improve cardiac function and quality of life in patients suffering from extreme emphysema.

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