Advice 1: How to instill ear drops

Ear drops are used to treat a variety of illness, ear mites, and also for softening tubes of sulfur. Before you start to use the drops, consult with the ENT doctor, because any drug can harm health.
How to instill ear drops
You will need
  • - ear drops;
  • - cotton swabs;
  • - hydrogen peroxide.
In advance, remove the drops from the fridge to bury the cold drug in the ears is undesirable. You can warm the tool in warm water (warm to boiling water is impossible), but make sure that the bottle was well closed, otherwise water gets inside and drops will come in a state of disrepair. Until they warm up a bit, do some cleaning of the ear canal.
Clean the ear with cotton swab, and if you have a selection of pus or too much sulfur, then rinse with hydrogen peroxide. It softens out all the deposits and exposes them. After washing thoroughly remove residual peroxide from the ear with a cotton swab.
Lie on your right side and insert the drug. A little massage the ear. In a similar way insert the other ear. Even if the inflammatory process in one ear passage, bury need both since they are linked. If you used a hot drop, then put the cotton wool that the tool does not escape, but the warming effect was increased.
If you dig ear a young child, be very careful. Do not clean the ear canal with a cotton swab, as you may damage the eardrum. Follow the dosage drops. Carefully read the instructions before using the product.
If you start to ache, and it will be itching or burning sensation in the ear canal, discontinue use of drops and contact Laura. Pay particular attention to the state of the baby during the period of treatment, because any drug may be allergic.
Useful advice
Do not give yourself any drug on your own. If you have problems with the inner ear, you can hurt even the most harmless drops of oil-based. Tools with antibiotics must appoint only a doctor, it concerns warming means.

Advice 2: What are ear drops

Ear drops are used to treat diseases of the ear, the main of which are internal, medium and external otitis. These diseases are accompanied by inflammatory process.
What are ear drops
Currently, for the treatment of otitis used the following drugs: antibiotic drugs, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAID), pain relievers, antihistamines (anti-allergic) drugs, decongestants. If otitis media is very often prescribed ear drops. They purposefully influence the pathological focus and have minimum side effects. Effective combination medications containing an antibiotic: "the Drops" (active ingredients - phenazone, xylocain), "Normaks" (norfloxacin), "Combiner-Duo" (active ingredients - ciprofloxacin, dexamethasone), "Kandibiotik" (beclomethasone, chloramphenicol), "Uniflex" (ofloxacin). These agents have antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, an anesthetic effect.
For the treatment of otitis media is often prescribed combination drug "Anuran". The composition of these ear drops consists of lidocaine, antibiotics neomycin and polymyxin. The drug has antifungal, antibacterial and analgesic properties, with minimal side effects. Part ear drops "Garson" possessing anti-inflammatory and antibacterial action include the antibiotic gentamicin and the glucocorticoid betamethasone. The active substance of the drug "Otinum" is salicylate Holim, overwhelming inflammation due to inhibition of enzyme activity. "Drops" contains phenazone and lidocaine for quick pain relief, disinfection of the external auditory canal, reducing swelling and inflammation. The agent has no ototoxic effect, does not damage the eardrum, and has a minimum of contraindications and may be applied even in infants.
The active ingredient ear drops "Otofa" is a rifampicin – an antibiotic with activity against gram-positive microorganisms (streptococci, staphylococci). To side effects is possible allergic reactions. The drug "Polideksa" has anti-inflammatory and anti-allergic effect. It consists of dexamethasone, neomycin and polymyxin B. Active ingredients of ear drops "Sofradeks" are antibiotics gramicidin and framizetin sulfate, and the glucocorticoid dexamethasone. The tool provides a wide range of bacteriostatic and bactericidal action, has antipruritic, anti-allergic and anti-inflammatory properties. Usually, the drugs in such a dosage form administered instilled into the ears of 2-3 drops 3-4 times a day.
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