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Otitis Media Clinical Trials

A listing of Otitis Media medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Found (30) clinical trials

2-3 week study with 4 clinic visits to Evaluate the Clinical Equivalence of Ciprofloxacin 0.3%/Dexamethasone 0.1% Sterile Suspension (Par) Compared to CIPRODEX (ciprofloxacin 0.3%/dexamethasone 0.1%) Sterile Otic Suspension (Alcon) ear drops for male and female children ages 6 months - 12 years.

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This is a clinical trial evaluating the efficacy of the EarPopper device (EP) in the reduction of episodes of acute otitis media (AOM) in children with recurrent otitis media. Eligible patients will be randomly selected to participate in either the experimental group (treatment with the Earpopper device), or the control ...

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Balloon Dilation of the Eustachian Tube in Children

Introduction Otitis media with effusion (OME, "glue ear") is very common in children and characterized by fluid in the middle ear without signs or symptoms of acute ear infection. Fluid in the middle ear causes conducting hearing loss. OME has a large impact on health care costs and recurrent or ...

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Study of the Hummingbird TTS Tympanostomy Tube System

The study will be a multi-site, prospective, treatment-only post-market study of the H-TTS. The study will be performed in a commercial environment. Patients will already have a scheduled tympanostomy procedure with the H-TTS under moderate sedation and local anesthetic. A minimum of one hundred-sixty-seven (167) subjects will be included in ...

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Prevalence and Associations of Paediatric Chronic Suppurative Otitis Media and Hearing Impairment in Rural Malawi

Type of research study: Cross sectional survey Problem to be studied: Chronic suppurative otitis media and hearing impairment are important causes of morbidity, affecting 4-10% of children throughout sub-Saharan Africa. Many of the causes of disease are preventable with simple interventions. There is significant variation in disease burden and causes ...

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A Comparison of Surgical and a New Non-Surgical Treatment Methods for Secretory Otitis Media in Children

Background SOM or middle ear effusion is the most common cause of hearing impairment in children. Hearing loss occurs due to the accumulation of fluid in the middle ear. In most of the cases, SOM follows acute otitis media (AOM). In cases when the SOM is bilateral and persists for ...

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The Effects of Ventilation Tubes - The SIUTIT Trial

The prevalence of otitis media among Greenlandic children is one of the highest in the world and twenty per cent of schoolchildren have impaired hearing in the frequencies for normal speech. Yet, there are no national guidelines to ensure prevention and treatment of recurrent acute otitis media and chronic otitis ...

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The URT and Middle Ear Microbiota in Health and During Chronic OME

This study analyses which bacteria are present in the middle ear space and adjacent upper respiratory tract niches in healthy people and in patients suffering from chronic otitis media with effusion (OME; glue ear). The aim is to identify and isolate bacteria that are more common and more abundant in ...

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Clinical Study of Solo Tympanostomy Tube Device (TTD)

This is a multi-centre, single arm study to evaluate the placement of tympanostomy tubes with the AventaMed Solo Tympanostomy Tube Device (TTD)

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Video Discharge Instructions for Acute Otitis Media

Providing patients with understandable, comprehensive discharge instructions improves compliance, thereby reducing symptoms and the functional impact of illness. Comprehensive discharge instructions also reduce patient anxiety and increases satisfaction. Unfortunately, in a busy emergency department (ED), discharge instructions are often incomplete. Furthermore, even when discharge instructions have been provided, patients often ...

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