swimmer's ear


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swimmer's ear

n (fam) otitis externa, oído de nadador (fam)
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Hyland's products are formulated for rapid relief of earaches due to colds, allergies and swimmer's ear.
Disorders discussed include dizziness and vertigo, tinnitus, Bell's palsy, otitis media, swimmer's ear, obstructions, malformations and growths, cancer, trauma, mastoiditis, perforations of the eardrum, otosclerosis, Meniere's disease, and autoimmune diseases.
Q What causes swimmer's ear, and how can I prevent it?
Pointing out that although disinfectants are used to promote healthy swimming, the chemical agents can react with organic and inorganic material in water to form disinfectant by- products ( DBPs), Dr Anil Vardani, Sr Consultant, Internal Medicine, BLK Super Speciality Hospital, Delhi, says, " The most common diseases one can get from indoor or outdoor pools include legionnaires' disease, athlete's foot, swimmer's ear and even cancer.
Ear candling is sometimes undertaken by people trying it as a cure for conditions ranging from sinus headaches to swimmer's ear.
Its spectrum of services include treatment for most minor injuries and illnesses such as: broken bones, lacerations, swimmer's ear and upper respiratory tract infections.
Dr Manuel Veloso confirmed the PM was treated there on Thursday for swimmer's ear or otitis.
Causes of CHL include ear wax, foreign bodies in the external auditory canal, swimmer's ear, a hole in the ear drum, fluid in the middle ear, ear infection, fracture of the bones of hearing, and stifening of the bones of hearing (i.
If you run regularly outside through the warm summer months, or find yourself sweating profusely indoors in a warm gym any time of year, you may not be aware that you could be at risk of a condition most of us rarely if ever associate with activities on land: swimmer's ear.
The suspension joins several other anti-bacterials already approved to treat swimmer's ear.
ISLAMABAD -- Swimmer's ear - also called otitis externa - is different from a regular ear infection, explains Dr Irshad Mohiuddin, ENT Specialist, Zulekha Hospital, Sharjah.
Brands such as Swimmer's Ear tend to perform well during the summertime when temperatures are higher and people frequently swim.