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Vocally Protective Anesthesia
Image 1: Dr. Reena Gupta and James Sherer collaborate to discuss airway management for their patient.

Vocally Protective Anesthesia

Vocally Protective Anesthesia What is it? An anesthetist's most vital skill is their ability to manage an airway. This requires having a complete understanding of airway anatomy. Without this knowledge…

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Folded Ear in Newborns: Treatment Options
Figure 1: Folded ear (aka: lidding ear) before treatment (Left) and after EarWell™ treatment (Right). (Photos courtesy of Becon Medical)

Folded Ear in Newborns: Treatment Options

My baby was born with a folded ear. What treatment options are available? A “folded” ear that is present at birth is an external ear deformity typically referred to as…

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Newborn Ear Deformity: What Can Be Done?
Figure 1: Stahl’s ear (aka: Elf ear or Spock ear) before (Left) and after (right) ear molding using EarWell™ Infant Ear Correction System)

Newborn Ear Deformity: What Can Be Done?

It is not uncommon for a baby to be born with abnormally shaped outer ears (external ears). This abnormality can either be a partial or complete absence of the outer…

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