Pediatric ENT Complaints: An Update

Weller, M.A. et al. (2017) Emergency Medicine. 49(1) pp. 8-17


This review highlights the diagnosis and management of the three most common causes of pediatric otolaryngologic complaints seen in the ED.

Among all of the causes of ear, nose, and throat (ENT) complaints, acute otitis media (AOM), bacterial sinusitis, and streptococcal pharyngitis (SP) are the most common infections prompting pediatric presentation to the ED. Through a series of case scenarios, along with key questions to help guide the clinician’s work-up, this review covers the proper evaluation and management of pediatric ENT complaints.

Read the full review here


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