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Pediatric Otitis Media: To Treat or Not To Treat?

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Pediatric Otitis Media: To Treat or Not To Treat?
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    Dr. Richard Rosenfeld, professor of otolaryngology at the State University of New York Health Sciences Center, joins host Dr. Bill Rutenberg for an insightful discussion of the current care guidelines for pediatric otitis media. Dr. Rosenfeld addresses difficulty and necessity of accurate diagnosis in order to safely apply "watchful waiting" as first-line treatment. What do you do if the patient doesn't get better?

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    Dr. Richard Rosenfeld, professor of otolaryngology at the State University of New York Health Sciences Center, joins host Dr. Bill Rutenberg for an insightful discussion of the current care guidelines for pediatric otitis media. Dr. Rosenfeld addresses difficulty and necessity of accurate diagnosis in order to safely apply "watchful waiting" as first-line treatment. What do you do if the patient doesn't get better?

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