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With one in every 123 people in the United States affected by Acute Otits Externa or "swimmer's ear" each year, the American Academy of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery Foundation released an evidence-based guideline to improve the diagnosis and treatment.
Otitis media, more commonly known as ear infection, is the leading cause of pediatric health care visits and the most frequent reason children are prescribed antibiotics or undergo surgery.
Summer is a time for fun in the sun and oftentimes in the water. But swimmer's ear is no fun.
New solution is designed to provide relief for irritated ears while also providing a healthy routine cleaning option. Nixa, MO (PRWEB) December 21, 2012
SAN DIEGO, June 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Otonomy, Inc., a developer of innovative therapeutics for diseases and disorders of the ear, today announced positive results for OTO-201, a sustained release gel formulation of the antibiotic ciprofloxacin, in multiple preclinical studies evaluating the treatment of middle ear effusion (fluid) at the time of tympanostomy tube placement surgery.
A study by Henry Ford Hospital shows a direct association between cotton swab use and ruptured eardrum.
The Basset Fauve de Bretagne is a short-legged scent hound. It stands barely over a foot high and is the shortest backed of all the basset breeds. It has short, fine, dark hair on its ears and coarse, dense, lighter hair on its coat. The ears just reach the end of the nose instead of trailing on the ground like other Bassets. The breed was developed in France, and was once a rare breed, but now stands its ground as a show dog, family pet and scent hound. It is a loving, outgoing breed that...
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