Pediatric Otolaryngology: Principles and PracticePathways will be a great addition to the libraries of both pediatricand general otolaryngologists as it highlights evidence-based,practical management strategies for common andcomplex pediatric otolaryngology disorders.-- Cristina M. Baldassari, MD, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, Virginia
Written and edited by renowned experts, Pediatric Otolaryngology: Principles and Practice Pathways Second Edition covers the medical and surgical management of clinical problems encountered in pediatric otolaryngology. The core of the book is the evidence-based practice pathways formulated to help clinicians identify and treat a wide range of disorders, ranging from the common to the highly complex. Designed to be the residents go-to book during pediatric otolaryngology rotations and an authoritative reference for day-to-day practice, this text will be a valued professional asset for years to come.
New in this second edition:
A current review of pediatric cochlear implantation
Up-to-date coverage of genetic breakthroughs that impact congenital hearing loss
Discussion of recent controversies surrounding tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy
Coverage of the new subspecialties emerging within the broader field of pediatric otolaryngology, including airway reconstruction, voice, and more
The clinical pathways in this encyclopedic text provide a roadmap for the decision-making process and are essential for residents, fellows, and practitioners in pediatric otolaryngology who strive to provide the highest level of patient care.