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(Otolaryngologic Clinics of North America[TA])
3,736 results
  • Patient Engagement in Otolaryngology. [Review]
  • OCOtolaryngol Clin North Am 2019; 52(1):23-33
  • Ryan MA, Boss EF
  • Patient engagement, which involves incorporating the patient and family as partners in their care, is a growing focus in otolaryngology and surgery. Attention to patient and family centeredness, shar...
  • Clinical Indices to Drive Quality Improvement in Otolaryngology. [Review]
  • OCOtolaryngol Clin North Am 2019; 52(1):123-133
  • Barron CL, Elmaraghy CA, … Jatana KR
  • A Pediatric Tracheostomy Care Index (PTCI) was developed by the authors to standardize care and drive quality improvement efforts at their institution. The PTCI comprises 9 elements deemed essential ...
  • Rethinking Morbidity and Mortality Conference. [Review]
  • OCOtolaryngol Clin North Am 2019; 52(1):47-53
  • Nussenbaum B, Chole RA
  • This article will discuss the importance of an effective morbidity and mortality (M&M) conference toward supporting a proactive and preventative approach to patient safety and quality improvement (PS...
  • Publicly Available Databases in Otolaryngology Quality Improvement. [Review]
  • OCOtolaryngol Clin North Am 2019; 52(1):185-194
  • Schneider AL, Lavin JM
  • The historical context for quality improvement is provided. Important differences are described between the two overarching types of databases: clinical registries and administrative databases. The p...
  • Medical Management of Acute Facial Paralysis. [Review]
  • OCOtolaryngol Clin North Am 2018; 51(6):1051-1075
  • O TM
  • Acute facial paralysis (FP) describes acute onset of partial or complete weakness of the facial muscles innervated by the facial nerve. Acute FP occurs within a few hours to days. The differential di...
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