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otic

[′ōd·ik]
(anatomy)
Of or pertaining to the ear or a part thereof.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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(19) They also found that patients who used either agent had significantly lower rates of postoperative otorrhea and tube occlusion than did a control group made up of patients who did not receive any otic drops postoperatively.
Ofloxacin otic solution in patients with otitis media: An analysis of drug concentrations.
New otic quinolone formulations are being investigated as a possible treatment for AOMT, otitis externa, otitis media with a perforated tympanic membrane, and chronic suppurative otitis media.
Ohyama et al administered a single dose (adults: 0.5 ml; children: 0.25 ml) of 0.3% ofloxacin otic solution to 38 patients, aged 3 to 81 years, who had chronic suppurative otitis media and a perforated eardrum.
The operation was carried out by NBI Special Agent Joel Otic and Senior Agent Jerome Bomediano who acted out on a tip from foreign counterparts about the drugs in transit.
Fistulization of the otic capsule produces a "third window," which can lead to a dehiscence syndrome.
For canine otocariasis, otic parasiticides such as pyrethrins, rotenone, amitraz, Carbaryl must be administered every 24 hours throughout the 20 day mite life cycle because they do not kill mite eggs.
With its user-friendly platform, the site offers digital access to information on treatments for two extremely common childhood ailments: Ciprodex Otic (ciprofloxacin 0.3% and dexamethasone 0.1%), for acute otitis externa and acute otitis media in pediatric patients with tymponostomy tubes; and Moxeza Solution, (moxifloxacin HCI ophthalmic solution) 0.5%, for bacterial conjunctivitis caused by susceptible strains.
This edition includes new drugs, including Azilsartan Medoxomil, Boceprevir, Clobazam, Ezogabine, Fidaxomicin, Linagliptin, Rilpivirine, Rivaroxaban, Telaprevir, Roflumilast, Ticagrelor, and Vilazodone; updated bisphosphonate, antipsychotic, carbapenem, and proton pump inhibitor group monographs; new combinations such as Emtricitabine/Rilpivirine/Tenofovir; and a revised ophthalmic/otic chapter with additions like glaucoma combinations, mast cell stabilizers, ophthalmic antihistamines, and otic corticosteroids.
Quinolone otic drops may represent a better choice for treating swimmer's ear in children than are the generics that we're accustomed to using.