Pierre Robin sequence: an institutional experience in the multidisciplinary management of airway, feeding and serous otitis media challenges.

@article{Glynn2011PierreRS,
  title={Pierre Robin sequence: an institutional experience in the multidisciplinary management of airway, feeding and serous otitis media challenges.},
  author={Fergal John Glynn and David Fitzgerald and Michael J. Earley and Howard Rowley},
  journal={International journal of pediatric otorhinolaryngology},
  year={2011},
  volume={75 9},
  pages={1152-5}
}
OBJECTIVES To evaluate the course and prognosis of airway obstruction, feeding difficulties and hearing abnormalities in patients with Pierre Robin sequence (PRS). METHODS A retrospective review was conducted, of 69 patients with PRS, attending between 1991 and 2010 at the Children's University Hospital in Dublin. Data regarding airway management, nutritional status and hearing difficulties was collected prospectively. RESULTS Airway obstruction requiring intervention other than positional… CONTINUE READING

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