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Pediatric Health Articles for Topic

Head, Ears, Nose & Throat

 

ID Article
1After Cleft Lip or Palate Surgery
2After Tympanostomy (Ear Tubes)
3After Tonsillectomy/Adenoidectomy
4Caring for Your Child’s Incision
5Diagnosing Middle Ear Problems
6Discharge Instructions for Mastoidectomy (Pediatric)
7Discharge Instructions for Tympanoplasty (Pediatric)
8Discharge Instructions: Cranial Incision Care (Pediatric)
9Eardrum Rupture (Perforation)
10Foreign Object in the Ear or Nose
11Hearing Aids for Children
12Hearing Screening for Newborns: Why It Matters
13Hearing Tests for Infants and Children
14Hearing, Speech and Language Milestones
15How Hearing Aids Can Help Your Child
16Kid Care: Ear Problems
17Managing Hearing Loss in Children
18Middle Ear Problems (in Children)
19Nosebleed
20Reducing the Risk of Middle Ear Infections
21Stuffy Nose, Sneezing, and Hiccups in Newborns
22Supportive Treatment for a Cleft Lip or Palate
23Surgery Coloring Sheet for Kids: Before Surgery
24Surgery Coloring Sheet for Kids: Getting Ready at Home
25Surgery Coloring Sheet for Kids: Going Home
26Surgery Coloring Sheet for Kids: In the Operating Room
27Surgery Coloring Sheet for Kids: People You See
28Surgery Coloring Sheet for Kids: Waking Up
29Swallowed Object
30The Middle Ear
31Tonsil, Adenoid, and Ear Tube Surgery: Anesthesia
32Tonsil, Adenoid, and Ear Tube Surgery: Going to Surgery
33Tonsil, Adenoid, and Ear Tube Surgery: Preparing for Surgery
34Tonsil, Adenoid, and Ear Tube Surgery: The Day of Surgery
35Tonsillectomy/Adenoidectomy
36Tympanostomy (Ear Tube)
37Tympanostomy (Ear Tube) Procedure
38Types of Hearing Loss in Children
39Understanding Middle Ear Infections
40Understanding Outer Ear Problems
41When Your Child Has a Cleft Lip
42When Your Child Has a Cleft Palate
43When Your Child Has an Object in the Ear or Nose
44When Your Child Has Dizziness or Fainting
45When Your Child Has Dysphagia
46When Your Child Has Laryngomalacia
47When Your Child Has Mastoiditis
48When Your Child Has Migraine Headaches
49When Your Child Has Nosebleeds
50When Your Child Has Pharyngitis or Tonsillitis
51When Your Child Has Sinusitis
52When Your Child Has Tension Headaches
53When Your Child Has Vertigo
54When Your Child Has “Swimmer’s Ear”
55When Your Child Needs a Modified Barium Swallow
56When Your Child Needs an Upper Endoscopy
57When Your Child Needs Surgery: Words to Use with Your Child

 
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