Despite anxiety generated in the mind of the parent, most patients with nasal foreign bodies can be discharged home even if removal attempts are unsuccessful. Admission need only be considered if the patient exhibits constitutional symptoms such as fever, malaise, or lethargy. If attempts to remove the foreign body are unsuccessful, the patient should follow-up with an otolaryngologist within one to two days. If foreign body removal was successful, no further follow-up or treatment is required.
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