This webinar will address common and advanced pediatric airway pathology. There will be a focus on video demonstration of advanced surgical endoscopic management of pediatric airway pathology ranging from laryngomalacia to type 3 laryngeal clefts.
Vikash K. Modi, MD, is an Associate Professor and the Chief of Pediatric Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery at New York Presbyterian Hospital- Weill Cornell Medical Center. After receiving his medical degree from the Rutgers Medical School, Dr. Modi completed his residency in Otolaryngology at the University of Southern California – Keck School of Medicine. Following residency, Dr. Modi completed a Pediatric Otolaryngology fellowship at Northwestern University – Children’s Memorial Hospital. He founded the Cornell Aerodigestive Center and has one of the largest series of endoscopic posterior cricoid split with rib grafting (presented at ESPO). He also has presented his work on endoscopic repair of laryngeal clefts at ASPO and CEORL. He has been inducted as a Fellow, into the prestigious Triological Society for his thesis paper on airway balloon dilation and currently serves as a Section Editor-Video Editor of The Laryngoscope and is known for his surgical endoscopic airway videos.
Drs. Vikash Modi, Hamdy El Hakim, & Christina Rappazzo talk about the different challenges facing surgeons dealing with laryngeal clefts. They review how to properly assess and manage the situation and even go into some controversies between different styles.
Join this interactive webinar with Dr. Sanjay Parikh (Seattle Children’s), Dr. Natalie Loundon (Hopital Necker-Enfants Malades, Paris), Mr. Michael Kuo (Consultant and Clinical Lead, Birmingham Children’s, UK), Dr. Vikash Modi (Chief of Pediatric ENT, New York Presbyterian Hospital), along with Dr. Shyan Vijayasekaran (Perth ENT) and Dr. Scott Rickert, (NYU Langone) as they discuss their learnings from being on the front lines of COVID area hotspots.
The panel will discuss testing, PPE, as well as lessons learned.
This webinar is in follow up to a previous presentation by Dr. Vijayasekeran and Dr. Rickert from April 10th. To access the recording of the previous webinar please go to www.csurgeries.com
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