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A NOVEL METHOD OF MANAGING ANTERIOR EPISTAXIS

        

A NOVEL METHOD OF MANAGING ANTERIOR EPISTAXIS

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This article was published in Volume 2 issue 1 of online journal of otolaryngology JORLEpistaxis defined as bleeding from the nose, one of the most common, most difficult to treat emergency in otorhinolaryngology. In this article, we dealt with management of anterior epistaxis using Rigid nasal endoscopy and Bipolar diathermy with the aid of stax mallet splint that has its added advantage.
Material Type: Open Journal-Article
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Date Added to MERLOT: December 27, 2011
Date Modified in MERLOT: December 27, 2011
Keywords: novel management, stax splint, otolaryngology online, drtbalu, Epistaxis, anterior epistaxis

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