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Synonyms for eardrop

an earring with a pendant ornament

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This study is being done with the purpose to compare the effects of Ciprofloxacin eardrops with Neomycin eardrops, in the management of CSOM in our setup.
He knew there was something on it he'd forgotten Mentally, he ran over its contents: Collect dry-cleaning, buy eardrops for Hercules, pick up extra pint on way home The eardrops!
Earache Talk to your pharmacy team about your symptoms and they may be able to recommend painkillers or eardrops to help ease the symptoms.
Private label products also dominated the eardrops and treatments category at chain drug stores, IRI said, with a 39.3% market share.
Among Dutch children with tympanostomy tubes who developed acute otorrhea, eardrops containing an antibiotic and glucocorticoid were more effective than oral antibiotics and much more effective than observation only at clearing the otorrhea in an open-label clinical trial, investigators reported.
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.
In peripheral health centers, the culture and sensitivity facilities for discharge from ears of CSOM patients are not available and general practitioners treat the patients using their own preference of topical eardrops and systemic antibiotics.
But amoxicillin is a poor choice of antibiotic, given that the organisms cultured were susceptible mainly to fluoroquinolones and aminoglycosides with topical fluoroquinolone eardrops; the latter are as effective as aminoglycoside drops and without risk of ototoxicity.
* 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.
"Over-the-counter Eardrops May Cause Hearing Loss or Damage, Study Suggests." ScienceDaily.
The therapy PICO question for the current study was, "In children age 6 months to 17 years with AOM, is symptom resolution similar for topical treatment (antibiotic eardrops and/or analgesic eardrops) compared to treatment with systemic antibiotics?"
Patrick's girlfriend Lauren McQueen, 16, has been applying his eardrops, eyedrops and creams for his scars.