The Code White Alert refers to the readiness status of hospital manpower such as general and orthopedic surgeons, anesthesiologists, internists, operating room nurses, ophthalmologists, and otorhinolaryngologists
to respond to any emergency situation.
Examinations by dermatologists, neurologists, and otorhinolaryngologists
yielded no diagnosis.
Though oral myiasis is a rare condition Otorhinolaryngologists
, Dentists and medical personnel taking care of old or debilitated patients with neurologic deficit who are dependent on others for maintaining basic hygiene should suspect the possibility of infestation with Dipteran flies' larvae.
The subject of the contract is delivery of liekov for the needs of the faculty hospital with the polyclinic fd roosevelt bansk bystrica, In the range (laxatives, Antidiabetics, Cardiac antiarrhythmics, Diuretics, Uterotomics, Anti-epileptic anticonvulsants, Anti-parkinsonism, Anxiolytics, Otorhinolaryngologists
, Expectorancies - mucolytics, Antitussives, Antihistamines - histamine, Hepatitis, Digestives, Adsorbents, Acids, Prokinetics, Venopharmaceuticals, Antivaricose, Low molecular weight heparins, Local and total anesthetics, Immunopreparate, Cytostytics) to the contracting authority of the required specification under part b - description of the subject matter in the tender dossier and delivery to the place of destination.
and gastroenterologists who perform these examinations must be aware of the features of the mucosal lesions in pemphigus vulgaris.
Despite being a benign condition, eradication of this entity remains a challenge to medical practitioners especially otorhinolaryngologists
Summary: Choking phobia is a relatively uncommon phobic disorder which is often encountered by otorhinolaryngologists
and referred to psychiatrists as a cause of psychogenic dysphagia.
operated on the remaining 11 263 patients, i.
16] The copious amount of discharge and foul smell are the two important factors that usually bring patients to otorhinolaryngologists
for diagnosis and treatment.
, craniomaxillofacial surgeons, radiologists, oral surgeons, and others from Italy provide seven chapters detailing anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology, imaging, causes, the microbiology and medical treatment of odontogenic sinusitis, surgical treatment for complications, and contraindications to maxillary sinus grafting prior to or in association with oral implant placement.
This book is an indispensable resource for otorhinolaryngologists
, oral surgeons, craniomaxillofacial surgeons, and dentists who encounter patients with sinonasal complications resulting from dental pathologies or treatments.
The first, which more strongly identified with the medical sciences, increased its task from the phoniatric approach of the otorhinolaryngologists
towards finding affinities with physical medicine, finding itself in the area of the medical professions of rehabilitation (26).