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faecalis has been described in patients with CSOM (9), but for us, this observation was initially an enigma.
CSOM often begins as an acute infection of the middle ear, acute otitis media (AOM), which occurs in up to 80% of children by the age of 3.
Of 437 patients identified for surgical intervention, 425 were suspected to have CSOM and 12 were suspected to have secretory otitis media (SOM).
Various ENT diseases which are common in school going children include ear wax, CSOM, DNS, allergic rhinitis, rhino-sinusitis, pharyngitis, tonsillitis, otitis media, otitis media with effusion, and otitis externa.
Conclusion: Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Staphylococci are the commonest organisms involved in CSOM and they show good sensitivity to the fluoroquinolones and aminoglycosides which are available in local preparations.
Incidence of CSOM is more in developing countries because of poor socioeconomic standard, poor nutrition and lack of health education.
Irrational, indiscriminate and haphazard use of antibiotics has lead to emergence of multidrug resistant bacterial strains, therefore the present study was done to know the aerobic bacteriology of CSOM and their antibiotic susceptibility pattern to guide the clinicians for appropriate treatment and to prevent or minimise the occurrence of complications.
There are no previous community-based prevalence studies of CSOM in Yemen, but a recent hospital-based case-control study (7) reported 59% hearing impairment in both ears in children with CSOM, with associated significant conductive deafness.
Although not statistically significant, this represented a 40% decrease in CSOM at 1 year of age (BMC Pediatr.
It is still under debate whether in CSOM one should remove all the mucosa and then do the cochlear implant.