ototoxicity


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ototoxicity

[‚ō·tō·täk′sis·əd·ē]
(medicine)
Drug- or chemical-induced damage to the ear resulting in high-frequency hearing loss and tinnitus or disequilibrium.
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ADRs otovestibular system related ADRs in this study were Ototoxicity and giddiness (Table 3).
Amikacin was infused over 30 minutes in our patients in accordance with the standard guideline in order to prevent nephrotoxicity and ototoxicity.
It not only achieves better bacterial eradication but also reduces granulation tissue formation while avoiding the potential ototoxicity associated with aminoglycoside ear drops23.
On the other hand, certain antibiotics given in the long term can be associated with side-effects such as ototoxicity (amikacin).
The results of PTA performed in both ears did not demonstrate any statistically significant difference in the incidence of ototoxicity between the BTM and BTI groups overall (p = 0.
Relationship between cisplatin administration and the development of ototoxicity.
Analysis of risk factors for cisplatin-induced ototoxicity in patients with testicular cancer.
22 aetiological factors were implicated for hearing loss but ototoxicity,
And unnecessary exposure to aminoglycosides should be avoided because the drugs are known to cause ototoxicity and nephrotoxicity; they require drug monitoring; and they require frequent administration, which can lead to complex treatment schedules and possible adverse interactions with other drugs, Dr.
Development and evaluation of a portable audiometer for high-frequency screening of hearing loss from ototoxicity in homes/clinics.
Effect of low-level laser therapy on cochlear hair cell recovery after gentamicin-induced ototoxicity.
Another disadvantage that has limited the clinical use of aminoglycisides is relatively frequent occurrence of nephrotoxicity and ototoxicity during aminoglycoside treatment.