From the Clinical Practice Guideline: Opioid Prescribing for Analgesia after Common Otolaryngology Operations, this information provides answers to frequently asked questions comparing nonopioid and opioid medications.
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Ménière’s disease is a disorder of the inner ear featuring two or more episodes of vertigo, described as the feeling of spinning or moving when you are still, that last between 20 minutes to 24 hours.
Ménière’s disease (MD) triggers are different from patient to patient. It is possible that you have one trigger, or you may have many.
The cause of sudden sensorineural hearing loss (SSNHL) is often not clear. It usually is in one ear.
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Be ENT Smart / Latest Research & Guidelines Improve How Your Child Listens and Learns Get the child’s attention before speaking and, when possible, get within three feet of the child. Turn off competing sounds, such as music and television…
Middle ear fluid is a very common cause of a failed newborn hearing screen and is found in about six out of every 10 children who fail.
Also called ear fluid, OME can affect your child’s ability to hear normally. This information will help you better understand how ear fluid might affect your child.
Ear fluid, or OME, occurs in the middle ear. The middle ear is an air-filled space just behind the eardrum.