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Paediatric snoring and obstructive sleep apnoea in children and adolescents - Global ENT Guideline

8 April 2024
Global Health
Guidelines
Laryngology and Head and Neck
Paediatrics
Professionals

The Global ENT Guidelines have been prepared as a joint project between ENT UK (Global Health Committee) and Global OHNS.  The aim of these guidelines is to provide a free resource, readily accessible, for anyone providing ENT care in...

Paediatric snoring and obstructive sleep apnoea in children and adolescents - Global ENT Guideline

8 April 2024
Global Health
Guidelines
Paediatrics
Professionals

The Global ENT Guidelines have been prepared as a joint project between ENT UK (Global Health Committee) and Global OHNS.  The aim of these guidelines is to provide a free resource, readily accessible, for anyone providing ENT care in...

Cocaine Induced ENT pseudo-GPA (CIE pGPA)

18 March 2024
BRS - British Rhinological Society
BSFPS - British Society of Facial Plastic Surgery
Guidelines
Professionals
Rhinology and Facial Plastics

Cocaine has always been known to adversely affect the nose, often resulting in perforations of the nasal septum. However, over the last couple of decades, patients with known cocaine abuse have presented with severe nasal deformities and associated tissue loss affecting the nose, face and palate. This is now recognised as a drug-induced vasculitis that has several characteristics and similarities to granulomatosis with polyangiitis (GPA). The condition was initially sporadic but is becoming much more common. The attached guidelines, jointly written by BRS, BSFPS and ENT UK, offer information to ENT surgeons and other interested healthcare professionals who are unfamiliar with the condition but also offer some guidance on terminology and clinical management. Andrew Swift and Peter Andrews

Day Case Paediatric Adenotonsillectomy Consensus Guidelines

19 February 2024
Guidelines
Paediatrics
Professionals

Traditionally adenotonsillectomy surgery in children has been viewed as requiring at least an overnight stay post operatively. This was to monitor for bleeding and airway issues and to ensure adequate pain relief was achieved with a return to normal eating and drinking. However, numerous studies have been published showing that day-case tonsillectomy is safe and effective for the majority of children with minimal co-morbidities, even those with obstructed sleep disordered breathing. It is desirable with regards the utilisation of resources, cost and the preference of most families. It will also facilitate more timely access to surgical treatment.

Guidelines for clinical management of non-fatal strangulation in acute and emergency care services

6 February 2024
General
Guidelines
Professionals

Non-fatal strangulation (NFS) poses significant health risks, including strokes, nerve damage, and psychological harm. ENT UK has collaborated with the Institute for Addressing Strangulation (IFAS), major royal colleges and associated...

Making a decision about recurrent tonsillitis in children and adults

8 September 2023
Guidelines
Laryngology and Head and Neck
Paediatrics
Professionals

*Scan the QR code or click on the image below to download the complete PDF document. What is this document? This document is called a decision aid. It contains information about recurrent tonsillitis and the possible treatments...

Day Case Tonsillectomy - Paediatrics - Pathway

4 September 2023
Guidelines
Laryngology and Head and Neck
Paediatrics
Professionals

ESS - Endoscopic Sinus Surgery - Pathway

4 September 2023
Guidelines
Professionals
Rhinology and Facial Plastics

Tonsillectomy (Adults) - Pathway

4 September 2023
Guidelines
Laryngology and Head and Neck
Professionals

Nasal Airway Surgery - Pathway

4 September 2023
Guidelines
Professionals
Rhinology and Facial Plastics

Septoplasty/functional septorhinoplasty/turbinate surgery