Brought to us by our colleagues at Cook Medical, please join us as we hear from Dr. Gregory Postma, Professor and Vice Chair Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Medical College of Georgia Augusta University, and Dr. Rebecca Howell, Director of the Swallowing Center, UC Health, as they discuss and share some best practices on the transition of transnasal esophageal dilation, from the OR to the office. Please note that certain Cook Medical products, such as the Hercules® 100 Transnasal Esophageal Balloon discussed in this webinar are only available for use in the United States.
In partnership with our colleagues at Bryan Medical (www.bryanmedical.net), this next installation of CSurgeries’ series on laryngology features Dr. Michael Rutter, Director of UC’s Aerodigestive Center and Professor of Pediatrics, as he presents his approach to Augmented Balloon Dilation. Dr. Rutter will share video content of previous cases along with detailed commentary on his approach.
Dr. Michael Rutter is an ENT surgeon specializing in pediatric otolaryngology with an emphasis on airway problems in children, adolescents and young adults. His interests include tracheal reconstruction and complex airway surgery. Dr. Rutter was honored to receive the 2016 Gabriel Frederick Tucker Award from the American Laryngological Association, and the 2018 Sylvan Stool Teaching Award from the Society for Ear Nose and Throat Advancement in Children (SENTAC). These awards are for his contributions to the field of pediatric laryngology.
In the next installation of CSurgeries’ series on laryngology, join this interactive webinar with Dr. Julina Ongkasuwan, associate professor of adult and pediatric laryngology at Baylor College of Medicine, and Dr. Michael Johns, Director, USC Voice Center and Professor, Caruso Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery – University of Southern California, for a discussion of permanent medialization techniques. Type 1 thyroplasty vs Reinnervation.
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In the first installation of CSurgeries’ series on laryngology, join this interactive webinar with Dr. Julina Ongkasuwan, associate professor of adult and pediatric laryngology at Baylor College of Medicine, and Dr. Vyvy Young, associate professor and the associate residency program director of otolaryngology-head and neck Surgery at the University of California – San Francisco, as they walk us through a videos on an awake vocal fold injection procedure. Drs Ongkasuwan and Young will share this video and will provide detailed commentary on their approach.