Ear Pain Remedies: Homeopathic Alternatives

Natures Amazing Ear Infection Cures By Naturopath Elizabeth Noble

Little Known Secrets To Cure An Ear Infection Fast! Here's A Taste Of What's Revealed In The Nature's Amazing Ear Infection Cures e-book: What type of ear infection do you or your loved one have? The 9 ear infection symptoms you can't afford to ignore. Danger at the drugstore what drugs you should never buy. Why antibiotics are useless and possibly dangerous for most ear infections. The problems with surgery. The causes and triggers of an ear infection everything from viruses, bacteria and fungi to allergies, biomechanical obstruction, environmental irritants, nutrient deficiencies, poor infant feeding practices and more. How to relieve even the most excruciating ear ache with a hot onion poultice. An ancient Ayurvedic recipe to control an ear infection. The herbal ear drops you can make in your own kitchen that are renowned for soothing ear pain. The wonderful essential oil ear rubs you can make to ease ear congestion and discomfort. The simplicity of homeopathy for treating an ear infection great for babies and young children. User-friendly acupressure, massage and chiropractic to relieve ear pain, enco. How to relieve problem ears with air travel.

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The first largescale sequencing project The Haemophilus influenzae genome

Haemophilus influenzae is a small gram-negative bacterium whose natural host is the human upper respiratory tract, in which it can cause mucosal infections, otitis, sinusitis, and meningitis, particularly in young children. Its genome consists of a single circular chromosome 1.83 million base pairs long, which is relatively small compared with the genome of its cousin, E. coli, which exceeds 4.3 million base pairs. Its small genome and the therapeutic interest of this bacterium as a target made H. influenzae the candidate of choice for the first complete automated genome sequencing project, carried out in 1995 at TIGR (The Institute of Genome Research), in the United States.

Neil L Schechter Summary

Although there have been dramatic changes in attitude and practice in the treatment of children's pain in the hospital, pain management in outpatient settings is treated essentially the way it was 20 years ago. It is quite remarkable that many common illnesses and procedures universally acknowledged to be associated with significant discomfort and anxiety have received minimal research attention. In this chapter, some of the more common pain problems (minor procedures and acute illnesses) encountered in office practice are reviewed, and suggestions for pain relief based on the limited literature are offered. The following areas are addressed (1) pain associated with immunization, the most common painful procedure in office practice (2) pain associated with common illnesses, specifically otitis media, pharyngitis, and viral mouth infections and (3) chronic and recurrent pains, which require an alternative paradigm than acute pain. Through the uniform use of relatively simple...

Pain Associated With Common Infections

Otitis Media Otitis media is the most frequent illness diagnosis made in pediatric practice for children younger than 15 years old. By 1 year, 60 of children will have been diagnosed with otitis media, and by 3 years of age, 80 of children will have had at least one episode (66). In a survey by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in 1990, otitis media was the primary diagnosis at 24.5 million visits to the doctor (67). Paradise et al. examined the records of more than 2200 Pittsburgh area infants and found antimicrobial therapy for otitis media was prescribed on average for 41 days of the first year and 48 days of the second year (68). Despite the frequency with which otitis media is diagnosed and the vast amount of antibiotics prescribed for it, there is a striking lack of data on the extent of pain associated with otitis media and the appropriate treatment of that pain. Otalgia is a frequent presenting symptom associated with otitis media. There are many...

Pain Referred from Other Sites

Pain from an infected tooth can be referred over the side of the face and cause some diagnostic confusion but it is usually worse when chewing or biting. Pain from a middle ear infection can cause similar problems. The temporomandibular joint is a recognised source of referred pain over the side of the face, and malfunctioning of the joint can result from incorrect jaw alignment or poorly fitting dentures.

Ataxiatelangiectasia

Most, but not all, AT homozygotes express clinically significant, but nonprogressive, humeral and cellular immune defects. These can include one or more of the following thymic hypoplasia, low numbers of circulating T cells, functional impairment of T-cell-mediated immunity, abnormally high levels of IgM, oligo-clonal expansions, and or selective deficiencies of IgA, IgE, IgG2, and IgG4 (8-10). Opportunistic infections are rare however, otitis media and sinus infections are frequent. The risk of lower respiratory infections (pneumonia and bronchitis) increases with age, and the combination of immunodeficiency and progressive loss of cerebellar function makes aspiration pneumonia the leading cause of death in AT patients, whose median life expectancy was estimated in a recent survey to be 30 years (11).

CASE 3 Premature Ovarian Failure Case Description

Her adolescence was complicated by short stature. An endocrinologic and metabolic source for her slowed growth was investigated and no abnormalities were found. Interval growth remained adequate. In addition, during her adolescence, she underwent two corrective surgeries for strabismus and had multiple episodes of otitis media.

Essay 111

Antibiotics are medications that are prescribed for people with bacterial infections. When you were a child and had an ear infection, your parents probably gave you spoonfuls of the pink medicine (Figure E11.1), and now when you have a sinus infection your doctor prescribes other antibiotics. These infections are easily treated and require fairly little inconvenience besides a trip to the doctor and pharmacy. Unfortunately, the days of easily treatable bacterial infections may soon be over because the bacteria that cause many diseases including tuberculosis, malaria, ear infections, and gonorrhea have become resistant to the antibiotics developed to cure them.

Herbal Medicine

There are few published studies of herbal medicine as a pediatric therapy, despite the general popularity of herbal remedies (9) and the likelihood that many are given to children in the home. The only two existing studies that were randomized, double-blinded controlled trials were conducted by Sarrell and colleagues to evaluate a naturopathic herbal extract (NHE) for ear pain associated with acute otitis media (AOM) (55,56). Although well designed, both studies excluded children younger than 5 years of age despite AOM being the most common complaint in ages 2-3 years. Sarrell et al. excluded these children because younger children are not able to report pain clearly and accurately. Despite these limitations, it is striking that naturopathic extract was as effective as anesthetic drops in reducing ear pain, and that antibiotics had no additional analgesic effect. Notably, there were no adverse effects reported in either study. The naturopathic extract evaluated by Sarrell and...

Bacterial Infections

A substantial proportion of bacterial infections occurring in CLL patients involve the respiratory tract and are caused by S. pneumoniae and H. influenzae (40). The propensity for these infections relates to several factors including decreased production of secretory and serum immu-noglobulins, impaired complement binding to organisms, and deficiencies in neutrophils and CD4+ lymphocytes. The most common respiratory infections are acute and chronic sinusitis, otitis media, and pneumonia. In the past most pneumonias were caused by S. pneumoniae, but with current chemotherapeutic regimens, the spectrum of pathogens includes Gram-negative bacilli, Nocardia species, Legionella species, and P. carinii. In a study from the 1980s, the estimated frequency of pneumococcal bacteremia was 10.8 episodes 1000 patients (54). The lung was the site of origin of 75 of cases and even when treated with appropriate antibiotics, the fatality rate was 20 . The increasing proportion of penicillin-resistant...

Antibiosis

On the contrary, there are indications that immediate administration of antibiotics to children with otitis and tonsillitis resulted in a relapse rate after four weeks that was twice as high as in children without treatment with antibiotics (KVH aktuell 16 1996). Shifts in the composition of symbiotic microbial populations are direct consequences of the extensive use of antibiotics. Postantibiotic colitis is caused by Clostridium difficile and is the result of antibiotic treatment. It has also been documented that the propagation of pathogenic fungi, such as Candida albicans, is a result of antibiotic treatment. The significant increase in at-opic disorders in industrialized countries has been correlated in recent studies with excessive hygiene, antibiotic decontamination, and lack of contact with the microbial environment. The fecal flora in atopic patients and, above all, in children exhibits considerable abnormalities these abnormalities are evident in a significant propagation of...