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otics

[ō′tiks, ot′iks]
a group of drugs used locally to treat inflammation of the external ear canal or to remove excess cerumen.
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Otic preparations are generally supplied in the form of liquid ear drops which are administered multiple times per day.
The purpose of this investigation was to use distortion-product otoacoustic emission (DPOAE) testing to address the issue of possible ototoxicity from the clinical use of neomycin/polymyxin B/hydrocortisone otic suspension following tympanostomy tube placement.
Ofloxacin otic solution in patients with otitis media: An analysis of drug concentrations.
New otic quinolone formulations are being investigated as a possible treatment for AOMT, otitis externa, otitis media with a perforated tympanic membrane, and chronic suppurative otitis media.
FLOXIN(R) Otic is the first twice daily topical therapy approved for the treatment of these infections and, with its near neutral pH level, it may minimize the patient's discomfort.
Pharmacokinetics of topical Ciprodex otic suspension in pediatric and adolescent patients after tympanostomy tube surgery.
When appropriate, I prescribe FLOXIN Otic for such infections, as it presents a safe and effective alternative treatment to oral antibiotics.
This determination was based on a study conducted of 30 pediatric subjects treated with ofloxacin otic and tested for audiometric parameters.
In a series of 59 patients, Andrews and Canalis reported trauma as a cause of pneumocephalus in 36%, otitis media in 31%, otic surgery in 31%, and congenital defects in 2%.
Topical ciprofloxacir/ dexamethasone otic suspension is superior to ofloxacin otic solution in the treatment of children with acute otitis media with otorrhea through tympanostomy tubes.
The introduction of the quinolone otic drops in 1998 launched a new era in ototopical therapy.