Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Ménière’s Disease

Ménière’s disease is a disorder of the inner ear featuring two or more episodes of vertigo, described as the feeling of spinning or moving when you are still, that last between 20 minutes to 24 hours.

Nasal Packing: FAQs for Nosebleed Patients

Your nasal packing will stay in place for a time agreed upon with your healthcare provider. Typically, it should be in place for no longer than five days.

Nosebleed FAQs

Nosebleeds can be prevented by avoiding nose-picking or blowing the nose too hard. Keeping your nose clean and moist with nasal saline (saltwater) and gels can also help.

Tonsillectomy and Airway Obstruction During Sleep: Caregiver Counseling

Be ENT Smart / Latest Research & Guidelines What Is Obstructive Sleep-Disordered Breathing? oSDB is when air is blocked during sleep. It can be caused by large tonsils and adenoids. Children that are overweight may also have oSDB. Children with…

Treating and Managing Ear Fluid

Be ENT Smart / Latest Research & Guidelines What Is Ear Fluid? Ear fluid, also called otitis media with effusion (OME), is a build-up of mucus or liquid behind the ear drum without symptoms of infection. Is It Possible That…

Strategies for Improving the Listening and Learning Environment

Be ENT Smart / Latest Research & Guidelines Improve How Your Child Listens and Learns Get the child’s attention before speaking and, when possible, get within three feet of the child. Turn off competing sounds, such as music and television…