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Pediatric ENT Podcasts
Listen to leading physicians discuss pediatric ent on the BackTable ENT Podcast. Get tips, tricks, and expert guidance from your peers and level up your practice.
All-star panel Daniel Chelius, Jeff C. Rastatter, and Anthony Sheyn discuss the challenges and importance of building centers of excellence for pediatric head and neck cancer.
We talk with Ashley Brown, SLP about how to approach the infant with feeding difficulties, including common causes and workup, therapeutic options, and the importance of family counseling and education.
We talk with Dr. Brianne Roby from Children's Minnesota about airway evaluation and surgical management of the infant with retro/micrognathia.
Dr. Romaine Johnson tells us about The Simulation Program for open airway and foreign body training at UT Southwestern, including how he got it started, how it's being used, and what steps go into making a successful course.
Dr. Romaine Johnson from Children's Health in Dallas, TX brings together an all-star panel of pediatric ENT's to discuss the importance of continuous improvement of Quality and Safety in Pediatric ENT. Guests include Dr. Soham Roy, Dr. Jennifer Lavin and Dr. Jonathan Ida.
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