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Indigenous health starts with parents: Wyatt

National Indigenous Times - Feb 14, 2017
Mr Wyatt said conditions such as otitis media – the middle ear infection more commonly known as glue ear – remained a concern, as did the rate of low birthweights among Indigenous babies. “We should celebrate our success with the higher rates of ...

Shortening antibiotic treatment worsens outcomes in children with ear infection

The Pharmaceutical Journal - Feb 7, 2017
In a study in The New England Journal of Medicine (online, 22 December 2016), researchers randomly assigned 520 children aged 6 to 23 months with acute otitis media to receive amoxicillin-clavulanate for the standard 10 days, or for 5 days followed by ...

Maybe You Shouldn't Take All of Your Antibiotics, After All

KQED - Feb 14, 2017
Just before Christmas, scientists at the University of Pittsburgh reported that 10 days of treatment for otitis media—middle ear infections—was better than five days for children under 2 years of age. It was a surprise, said Spellberg, who noted that ...

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Chronic Suppurative Otitis Media: The Differentiating Clinicopathological Features Between Different Varieties

by: Phub Tshering
Chronic Suppurative Otitis Media is one of the commonest ear disorders in developing countries. It can affect patient of all ages and its one of the commonest cause of preventable deafness. There are two main varieties of CSOM viz the tubotympanic variety and the atticoantral variety. Both the varieties can present with a discharging ear. It’s important to clinically distinguish the two varieties as the surgical management is different. The atticoantral variety, also referred as the unsafe variety is associated with increased possibility of developing intracranial complications which can be life threatening.
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Middle Ear Infection chart: Wall Chart

by: Scientific Publishing
The Middle Ear Infections chart is a detailed overview of the causes, symptoms, and treatments for otitis media, or infection of the middle ear. Acute otitis media, otitis media with effusion and Eustachian tube dysfunctions are explained through graphics and type. Heavy cover stock with protective varnish for durability.
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Evidence-Based Otolaryngology

Recognizing the clinician's need for quick access to a comprehensive and immediately useful presentation of evidence-based material, the authors and editors have condensed the research on the most common otorhinolaryngological complaints into this indispensable volume. Their unique approach color-codes the level of research backing each set of evidence in order to make assessment of the evidence as quick and useful as possible. Each clinical problem is presented with a "color key," letting the physician know the level of evidence available: green (high-level evidence), yellow (low–moderate levels of evidence), or red (major disagreement or only minimal low-level evidence).
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Otitis Media - USMLE Step 2 Review

This is a review of the diagnosis and treatment of this condition for medical students taking USMLE step 2 or COMLEX level 2 and others learning medicine.

Diagnosting Otitis,Otoscopy and Ceumen Removal (Diagnostic Otita)

Otita Diagnostic,Diagnostic Otita,Otoscopy and Ceumen Removal Diagnosting Otitis Media.

Acute Otitis Media and Otitis Media with Effusion for USMLE Step 2

Acute Otitis Media is due to infection or fluid in the middle ear. There must be symptoms and bulging of the tympanic membrane. Which help differentiate it from ...

Acute Otitis Media