effects of loop diuretics seem to be associated with the stria vascularis, which is affected by changes in the ionic gradients between the perilymph and endolymph.
Effective intervention is needed to improve industrial safety of individuals experiencing ototoxic
effects of solvents.
The increasing annual frequency of 300% for new cisplatin-receiving patients who were audiologically monitored during treatment between 2006 and 2010 can be attributed to improved awareness of the ototoxic
effects of cisplatin on the part of SA oncologists.
Finally, the presence of mucosal edema and exudates in the middle ear space may protect the round window membrane from contact with potentially ototoxic
substances that are placed in the middle ear.
The model included a 3-level MS type factor (RRMS, SPMS, and control), 2-level noise exposure factor (yes and no) and 2-level use of ototoxic
medication factor (yes and no).
effects of occupational exposure to styrene and co-exposure to styrene and noise.
TBI patients often require treatment with drug regimens, such as aminoglycoside antibiotics for infection, that are ototoxic
and cause irreversible cochlear and/or vestibular damage.
Occupational exposure to noise and ototoxic
Amoxicillin appears to be a suboptimal choice for chronic non-responders due to its low sensitivity when compared with topical fluoroquinolone eardrops with ear mopping, which covers 95% of organisms cultured and is not ototoxic
effects of styrene alone or in concert with other agents: A review.
Results indicate that renewed supporting cell proliferation and hair cell regeneration occur in animals that have lost their hearing due to ototoxic
or acoustic injury.
3) Risk factors include cumulative drug dose, duration of treatment, bacteraemia, renal or liver failure, and concomitant administration of drugs such as loop diuretics, that have a synergistic ototoxic