Terri Giordano, DNP, CRNP, CORLN
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Certified Otorhinolaryngology Nurse (CORLN)
BSN - LaSalle University, Philadelphia, PA
Diploma in Nursing - Methodist Hospital School of Nursing, Philadelphia, PA
Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) - Thomas Jefferson University School of Nursing, Philadelphia, PA
MSN, Pediatric Acute/Chronic Nurse Practitioner - University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Clinical Outcomes Research Administrator, Division of Otolaryngology
Giordano T, Durkin A, Simi A, Shannon M, Dailey J, Facey H, Ballester L, Wetmore RF, Germiller JA: High-dose celecoxib for pain after pediatric tonsillectomy: a randomized controlled trial. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg Epub Apr 12, 2022
Baldassare, CM, Lam, DJ, Ishman, SL, Chernobilsky, B, Friedman, NR, Giordano, T, Lawlor, C, Mitchell, RB, Nardone, H, Ruda, J, Zalzal, H, Deneal, A, Dhepyasuwan, N, Rosenfeld, RM. Expert consensus statement: Pediatric drug-induced sleep endoscopy. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 2021 Oct;165(4):578-591.
Connolly J, Giordano T, Dailey J, Elden L. Disparities in triage call line utilization following pediatric tonsillectomy. ORL-Head and Neck Nurses 2021:39(3).
Chorney SR, Elden LM, Giordano T, Kazahaya K, Rizzi MD, Zur KB, Dedhia K. Algorithm-based pediatric Otolaryngology management during the COVID-19 global pandemic: A Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Clinical Consensus. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 2020:163(1).
Shaffer, AD, Jacobs IN, Derkay, CS, Goldstein, NA, Giordano, T, Ho, S, Kim, BJ, Park, AH, Simons JP. Management and outcomes of button batteries in the aerodigestive tract: a multi-institutional review. Laryngscope, 2020:00.
Chorney, SR, Patel, RC, Boyd, AE, Stow, J, Schmitt, MM, Lipman, D, Dailey, JF, Nhan, C, Giordano, T, Sobol, SE. Timing the first pediatric tracheostomy tube change: a randomized controlled trial. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 2020:164(4).
Mitchell RB, Archer SM, Ishman SL, Rosenfeld RM, Coles S, Finestone SA, Friedman NR, Giordano T, Hildrew DM, Kim TW, Lloyd RM, Parikh SR, Shulman ST, Walner DL, Walsh SA, Nnacheta LC. Clinical practice guideline: Tonsillectomy in children (update). Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 2019:160(2).
Finestone SA, Giordano T, Mitchell RB, Walsh SA, O’Connor SS, Satterfield LM. Plain language summary for patients: tonsillectomy in Children. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 2019:160(2).
Bass R, Santiago M, Smith L, Quinlan C, Panitch H, Giordano T, Piccione. Bethanechol in Tracheomalacia: Two case series and a review of the literature. Pediatr Allergy, Immunol and Pulmonol 2018:31(5).
Abel K, Baldwin K, Chuo J, Ganley T, Wells L, Giordano T. Can Telemedicine be used for adolescent postoperative knee arthroscopy follow-up? JBJS, JOPA 2017:5(4).
Giordano T, Marchegiani AM, Germiller JA. Children with sensorineural hearing loss and referral to early intervention. ORL-Head and Neck Nurses 2015:33(3).
Toner D, Giordano T, Handler SD. Office frenotomy for neonates: Resolving dysphagia, parental satisfaction and cost effectiveness. ORL-Head and Neck Nurses 2014:32(2).
Baugh RF, Archer SM, Mitchell RB, Rosenfeld RM, Amin R, Burns JJ, Darrow DH, Giordano T, Litman RS, Li KK, Mannix ME, Schwartz RH, Setzen G, Wald ER, Wall E, Sandberg G, Patel MM. Clinical practice guideline: Tonsillectomy in children. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 2011;144(1S).
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