ototoxic drug

ototoxic drug

ENT A drug that can damage the hearing and vestibular/balance organs of the inner ear
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Ion homeostasis, immune suppression, and free radical scavenging effects of those agents made them to be used to protect cochlea, particularly in ototoxic drug use and acoustic trauma [21].
age related hearing loss, ototoxic drug use, certain infections like mumps etc.
Considering the prenatal risk factors, it was observed that Infection and ototoxic drug history was the most common prenatal risk factor.
Information was collected concerning the presence and timing of rash during pregnancy and on maternal or perinatal risk factors for congenital hearing loss, such as alcohol consumption, familial hearing loss, ototoxic drug exposure, birth trauma, and postnatal infections.
For the determination of hearing loss secondary to ototoxic drug use, PTA and DPOAE testing exhibit a good degree of consistency, and either can be used for the early detection of SNHL.
History of Ototoxic drug intake for a period of more than a month.
The identification of relevant candidate compounds will be further developed as lead drug candidates in noise and ototoxic drug induced in vivo models.
The remainder are either infectious (with congenital cytomegalovirus infection being the leading culprit), caused by maternal ototoxic drug use during pregnancy, or idiopathic.
The cases with a history of chronic infection, ear surgery, diabetes mellitus, renal failure, otolaryngology abnormalities (micro-vascular free flap reconstruction, lip-palate abnormalities), ototoxic drug use, acoustic and head traumas were eliminated from the study.
Birds exhibit the remarkable capacity to regenerate new hair cells, replacing those destroyed by ototraumatic events such as exposure to loud sound, ototoxic drug exposure, viral insults, etc.
The researchers worked with an ototoxic drug, called gentamycin, labeled with a red dye.