A pediatric aerodigestive patient is a child with a combination of multiple and interrelated congenital and/or acquired conditions affecting airway, breathing, feeding, swallowing or growth that require a coordinated interdisciplinary diagnostic and therapeutic approach to achieve optimal outcomes.
This includes (but is not limited to) structural and functional airway and upper gastrointestinal tract disease, lung disease due to congenital or developmental abnormality or injury, swallowing dysfunction, feeding problems, genetic diseases, and neurodevelopmental disability.
A multidisciplinary group of providers, administrators, coordinators and allied health care workers who are members of teams that are committed to improving health worldwide by advancing research, clinical care, and public health for aerodigestive patients.
An international, professional academic organization committed to improving pediatric Aerodigestive (ENT, GI, Pulmonology) quality of life. Become a member today!
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