Empty Nose Syndrome
Empty Nose Syndrome: Evidence Based Proposals for Inferior Turbinate Management by Eugene Barton Kern is a comprehensive guide to managing a potentially devastating syndrome that affects millions of people worldwide. The book takes a state-of-the-art look at this condition, offering essential advice and crucial information for physicians, surgeons, and trainees alike.
ENS is a secondary atrophic rhinitis, which usually results from excessive surgical removal of functioning turbinate tissue. It can lead to a range of symptoms, including nasal dryness, nasal congestion, and breathing difficulties. Given the serious implications of this condition, it is essential to have a comprehensive guide that provides a clear understanding of the issue and provides practical solutions.
Dr. Eugene Barton Kern and Oren Friedman offer a wealth of knowledge and experience to guide readers through the problem of ENS. Their book consolidates available information on this timely topic into a single, convenient resource for clinicians and researchers. The book is an essential addition to medical literature and provides in-depth analysis, current knowledge and an extensive bibliography for further reading.
One of the most crucial aspects that the book addresses is proper turbinate management during nasal surgery. They emphasise that empty nose syndrome can mostly be prevented by proper turbinate management. Herein lies the importance of this book – it provides a detailed coverage of how to prevent or minimise this condition. Management of the inferior turbinate is the cornerstone of treating ENS, and this book presents evidence-based proposals for achieving this.
Readers of the book benefit from a wealth of information on ENS, including a detailed explanation of key symptoms, definitions, diagnosis, treatment options, along with extensive coverage of every aspect of turbinate management. The authors have also included relevant, thought-provoking case studies and visual aids that are sure to enhance the learning experience for readers.
The book is laid out in a way that is easy to navigate and understand, making it ideal for both medical professionals and the general public. Moreover, the authors’ writing style is clear and concise, making the book an easy read.
Empty Nose Syndrome: Evidence Based Proposals for Inferior Turbinate Management, can be ordered online or purchased from a reputable bookstore. The book offers valuable insights and practical advice on managing a potentially debilitating condition, ensuring an optimum quality of life for people affected by ENS.
In conclusion, the authors have done a great job of consolidating available information, marking the book a valuable resource for scientists, researchers, and medical teachers. The book is equally useful for patients and the general public who want a better understanding of ENS. I recommend the book to anyone interested in learning more about the condition. It is guaranteed to enhance their knowledge and understanding of ENS, and it may very well change how they manage the condition.
- Provides comprehensive coverage of the entire problem of ENS, based on scientific research and including an extensive bibliography for further reading.
- Addresses proper turbinate management during nasal surgery in detail, noting that ENS can be prevented in most instances.
- Contains chapters on symptoms of ENS, key definitions, diagnosis, treatment options for ENS, and more, along with extensive coverage of every aspect of turbinate management
- Consolidates today’s available information on this timely topic into a single, convenient resource.
- Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences; May 16, 2023
- Language: English
- ISBN: 9780443107153
- ISBN: 9780443108730