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Homeopathy in Acute Otitis Media in Children: Treatment Effect or Spontaneous Resolution?
When fluid collects in the middle ear but is not infected, this is known as otitis media with effusion, which means fluid.
(27) The disparity could be attributed to difference in methodology, sample size and prior use of antibiotics and also it is noted that different pathogens cause otitis media in different geographic localities.
OA Afolabi et al [23] studied the pattern of bacterial isolates which showed that Pseudomonas aeruginosa was the most prevalent bacterial organism found in the middle ear of the respondents with chronic suppurative otitis media which is similar to findings elsewhere [24,25,26] and is followed by Klebsiella spp.
The condition of otitis media was selected because of the evidence of chiropractic treatment efficiency for children with otitis media.
[15] in a study conducted in Brazil, evaluated 52 4-10 year-olds with otitis media with effusion and 48 children without otitis enrolled in the ENT department of Sao Paulo University, in order to determine the relationship between otitis media with effusion and malocclusions.
A pathologic and bacteriologic study on otitis media in swine.
Prevalence rate of 1-2% has been recognized as low and 3-6% as high prevalence rates of chronic otitis media by WHO2.
The objective of the study was to study the bacterial flora and their antimicrobial susceptibility pattern among isolated pathogens of chronic suppurative otitis media.
* A review of the Otitis Media products under development by companies and universities/research institutes based on information derived from company and industry-specific sources
Chronic Suppurative Otitis Media (CSOM) is a prevalent infection worldwide (Osazuwa et al.,2011) and is the inflammation of the middle ear drum, inner ear and Eustachian tube (Arroll, 2005) caused by pathogenic-microorganisms that reside in the middle ear (Epko et al., 2009; Akinjogunla et al., 2011).