ENT emergencies are a regular occurrence. This new book covers the full range of hospital emergencies seen by ENT trainees and practitioners, and also by oral and maxillofacial surgeons and plastic surgeons. Succinct text and clear illustrations complement the sections on Rhinology,Head and Neck,Otology and Paediatrics.Practical and up to date, this book facilitates excellence in clinical practice.
Table of Contents
Section I Emergencies in Rhinology Epistaxis. Acute severe rhinological infection. Acute csf rhinorrhoea . Management of acute nasal trauma. Management of orbital injury and expanding orbital haematoma. Acute rhinosinusitis and complications of sinusitis. Nasal foreign bodies and rhinoliths. Section II - Emergencies in Head and Neck. Infective emergencies. Trauma. Acute Airway Assessment and Management. Miscellaneous Section III - Emergencies in Otology. Acute Otitis Externa. Skull base osteomyelitis. Acute Otitis Media. Acute Vertigo. Ear Trauma. Emergency treatment of sudden hearing loss. Acute Facial Palsy. Intra Cranial emergencies related to ear. Section IV – Emergencies in Paediatrics. AOM and its complications. Acute sinusitis and its complications. Acute tonsillitis. Neck space infections. Acute Airway Conditions. Foreign bodies. Paediatric post-tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy haemorrhage. Epistaxis. Trauma in Children.
Edited by S. Musheer Hussain MSc FRCS FRCPE,Consultant Otolaryngologist Head & Neck Hon Professor of Otolaryngology, NHS Tayside Ninewells Hospital & University of Dundee School of Medicine, Dundee, United Kingdom.
with Section Editors: Section I Emergencies in Rhinology -Mr Paul White FRCS Ed, FRACS .Section II Emergencies in Head and Neck Professor Kim AhSee, MD, FRCS (ORLHNS).Section III Emergencies in Otology Mr Patrick Spielmann FRCS (ORLHNS) Section IV Emergencies in Paediatrics ORL Dr Mary-Louise Montague FRCS (ORL-HNS)