This cohort study compares the clinical features of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) with those of influenza A and B in US children.
This analysis of National Surgical Quality Improvement Program Pediatric data examines factors associated with complications following tracheostomy placement in patients younger than 2 years.
This case series study describes the exposure characteristics and clinical manifestations of pentosan polysulfate sodium–associated maculopathy.
This case series demonstrates how an easily reproducible initiative improved operating room personnel flow and case timing during pediatric airway procedures, potentially reducing patient risk.
Shah and colleagues demonstrate that areas for targeted quality-improvement interventions in pediatric otolaryngologic surgery include tracheostomy, airway reconstruction, mastoidectomy, and abscess drainage.
McCormick and colleagues used a national administrative pediatric database to identify normative data on pediatric laryngotracheal trauma, specifically with regard to cost and resource utilization.
Espinel and colleagues seek to identify physician qualities and care dimensions valued by parents during their child’s outpatient surgical care encounter.
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