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April 2012
Patient Care and Science
Rhinosinusitis Guideline Podcast Now Online

A free audio podcast featuring Anthony W. Chow, MD, chair of the IDSA rhinosinusitis guideline panel, discussing the recently published guideline can be found through the Apple iTunes Store (to access the podcast through the iTunes Store, search for “IDSA guideline”). Dr. Chow talks about how to distinguish between viral and bacterial causes of rhinosinusitis, why the guidelines panel came up with new recommendations for first-line therapy, what to do if first-line therapy doesn’t work, and when to consider referral to a specialist. The discussion is hosted by Neil S. Skolnik, professor of family and community medicine at Temple University School of Medicine in Philadelphia.
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