F3011- Noisy Breathing: Benign or a Cause for Concern? (Repeats as F4086)

Topic: Otolaryngology & Pulmonology

Sponsors: Section on Pediatric Pulmonology & Sleep Medicine (SOPPSM)|Section on Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery (SOOHNS)

Monday, October 24
7:30AM - 8:15AM
Moscone South, 307

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Noisy breathing is a common cause of parental concern and a frequent reason for pediatrician visits. In most cases, noisy breathing is benign and self-limited requiring no active treatment. Noisy breathing, however, occasionally can be a sign of significant airway obstruction requiring specialist consultation and management. The goal of this session is to present a framework for diagnosis and management of noisy breathing in the infant and child. Faculty will present cases and comprehensively review the definitions, differential diagnosis, and management options for noisy breathing.

Steven Sobol, MD, FAAP

Associate Professor, Pediatric Otolaryngology Fellowship Program Director
University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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