Health Conditions

Ear Infection

What is Ear Infection?

An ear infection usually occurs in the middle ear. Symptoms of an ear infection includes ear pain, vomiting, diarrhea, hearing loss and fever. Ear infections can be acute or chronic.

Treatments for ear infections includes using ear drops or taking medication. Common drug classes used to treat ear infection are acetic acid / corticosteroid combinations, acetic acids, aminoglycoside antibiotic / polypeptide antibiotic / corticosteroid combinations, cephalosporin antibiotics, local anesthetics, macrolide / sulfa antibiotic combinations, macrolide antibiotics, penicillin antibiotic / beta lactamase inhibitor combinations, quinolone antibiotic / corticosteroid combinations, and sulfa antibiotics.

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