SARS-CoV-2 Infection and Post-Extubation Laryngeal Function

Johns Hopkins Otolaryngologist Kevin Motz recaps a presentation, from the 2021 annual meeting of the AAOHNSF, about research related to the incidence and sequela of intubation related to COVID-19. The findings highlight a need for surveillance of post-intubation laryngeal dysfunction among COVID-19 survivors.

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Kevin Motz, MD

Kevin Motz, MD


Current Position: Kevin Motz completed his undergraduate degree at Villa Julie College were he received a bachelor’s of science in Biology. He earned his medical degree at Georgetown University School of Medicine. After completing residency ...

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