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Overview of Dizziness in Practice

Heather M Weinreich, Emma Martin, Yuri Agrawal
Otolaryngologic Clinics of North America 2021, 54 (5): 839-852
The evaluation of dizziness as a chief complaint can be exceptionally challenging to otolaryngologists. The critical piece in evaluating dizzy patients is to have a plan for how to screen and schedule, how to gather data, and to develop a workflow for testing that allows clinical efficiency. This article provides an overview of evidence-based practices on how to screen dizzy patients before being scheduled, how to efficiently move patients through the otolaryngologist's clinic, and strategies for managing a dizzy practice.

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