What is CSOM treatment? Chronic Suppurative Otitis Media (CSOM) is a medical term used to describe a persistent and long-lasting infection of the middle ear with continuous or recurrent ear discharge (otorrhea) through a perforation (hole) in the tympanic membrane (eardrum). This condition can lead to hearing loss, discomfort, and other complications if not properly managed. CSOM is typically classified into two main types: 1. Tubotymoanic CSOM: This type involves infection in the middle ear… Continue reading Chronic Suppurative Otitis Media (CSOM)
When using a digital hearing aid machine, it’s important to take certain precautions to ensure proper usage and care. Here are ten points to consider: 1. Consultation: Seek professional guidance from an audiologist or hearing healthcare professional to determine the most suitable digital hearing aid for your specific needs and to ensure proper fitting. 2. Cleanliness: Keep the hearing aid clean by following the manufacturer’s instructions. Use a soft, dry cloth to wipe the device… Continue reading Essential Precautions for Using a Digital Hearing Aid
H3N2 influenza, also known as the H3N2 virus, is a subtype of the influenza A virus that causes seasonal flu outbreaks in humans. It is named after the types of two proteins found on the surface of the virus, hemagglutinin (H) and neuraminidase (N). The H3N2 virus was first identified in 1968 and has since caused several pandemics and epidemics around the world. It is particularly known for its ability to mutate quickly, which makes… Continue reading H3N2 Influenza
The ent specialist for vertigo who deals with ear pathology, both medical and surgical, cannot fail to deal with the complex aspects of vertigo. His task is not only to diagnose the pathology of the labyrinth or to exclude it but also, in the latter case, to give the patient some answers on the causes and possible remedies for his symptoms. Who suffers from vertigo, and how does it manifest itself? The attending physician or other specialists… Continue reading How to choose vertigo specialist?
Not all problems are suitable for treatment by general practitioners. Certain disorders like recurrent ear infections, hearing related problems, nasal allergies and or polyps, voice disorders, snoring, thyroid disorders,and dizziness require the consultation of a specific health professional: the ENT (otolaryngologist) surgeon. As a specialist in ear, nose and throat disorders, h/she will be able to diagnose and treat your various ENT and head & neck specific problems more efficiently. What is an ENT? ENT… Continue reading Benefits of choosing an ENT Specialist