eardrop


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eardrop

(îr′drŏp′)
n.
eardrops Liquid medicine administered into the ear.
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The median number of days with otorrhea during follow-up was 5 days for the eardrop group, 13.5 days for the oral antibiotic group, and 18 days for the observation-only group.
"Over-the-counter Eardrops May Cause Hearing Loss or Damage, Study Suggests." ScienceDaily.
In children, the most effective eardrops are the nonototoxic quinolones.
Doctors often prescribe an oily or cortisone-containing eardrop to use at bedtime whenever the ears itch.
Should bleeding occur, use an antibiotic-cortisone eardrop combination for a few days to dean up any leftover blood.
Putting the above eardrop products in your ear in the presence of an eardrum perforation may cause an infection.
The patient was treated with an antifungal powder and prescribed an antifungal eardrop.
Therefore, the recognition of a partial vestibular loss caused by an ototoxic eardrop may be difficult clinically, even in symptomatic patients.
Intentional ablation of vestibular function using commercially available topical gentamicin-betamethasone eardrops in patients with Memere's disease: Further evidence for topical eardrop ototoxicity.
Stated formula for the 0.3% ciprofloxacin aqueous eardrop Component Concentration Function Ciprofloxacin HCl 0.3 g Active drug Glacial acetic acid 2.0 g pH regulator Mannitol 4.6 g Thickening agent Benzyl alcohol 1.0 g Antimicrobial preservative Sterile distilled water 100 ml Vehicle Table 2.
In most cases, a combination antibiotic/steroid eardrop for 1 or 2 weeks is sufficient to dissolve the granulation tissue.
We are very interested in the new ciprofloxacin/dexamethasone eardrop that was approved in the United States last year, and we plan to use it in some trials.