eardrop


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eardrop

(îr′drŏp′)
n.
eardrops Liquid medicine administered into the ear.
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Intentional ablation of vestibular function using commercially available topical gentamicin-betamethasone eardrops in patients with Meniere's disease: Further evidence for topical eardrop ototoxicity.
The use of an eardrop in place of an oral antibiotic benefits patients by generally reducing their susceptibility to antibiotic resistance.
4,6,7) Therefore, topical antibiotic formulations such as ciprofloxacin eardrops that have an appropriate antimicrobial spectrum and that confer no risk of ototoxicity are valuable tools for the therapeutic management of ear infections.
These reports led Health Canada to issue warnings regarding the potential ototoxic effects of aminoglycoside eardrops and to recommend that aminoglycoside drops should net be used in an open infected ear for more than 7 days.
The company also offers a number of other children-specific products including Kids Irritated Eye Relief natural eye drops, Kids Ear Relief natural eardrops and Kids Allergy Eye Relief natural eye drops.
Remember that eardrops or olive oil drops should not be used if the eardrum has burst.
used externally as eardrops, nose drops, eyewash, douche or suppository
4) The introduction of quinolone eardrops in 1998 heralded a new era in ototopic treatment, largely replacing gentamycin-containing drops with their well-known ototoxic potential.
Patrick's girlfriend Lauren McQueen, 16, has been applying his eardrops, eyedrops and creams for his scars.
Eczema in the ear canal itself can also be a cause if this sensitive area becomes inflamed and sore - again, eardrops should help to clear up the problem.
Eventually, Sniff finds Cedric, but the topaz eyes have been removed and made into eardrops, and the moonstone on the collar has been lost.