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Ototoxicity

Ototoxicity is damage to the hearing or balance functions of the ear by drugs or chemicals. Description. Ototoxicity is drug or chemical damage to the inner ear.

Ototoxicity is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Ototoxicity books and related discussion.

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Ototoxicity 3_29_10.PMD
Ototoxicity: Medications and. Hearing Loss by Dawn Konrad-Martin, Ph.D.
American Academy of Audiology Position Statement and Clinical
OTOTOXIC MEDICATION GUIDE FOR AUDIOLOGIST ADULT
THIS REFERENCE HAS. NO ASSOCIATION WITH THE FDA. Brand.
Gentamicin - Ototoxicity in children Summary Aminoglycosides have
Ototoxicity is irreversible and may result in cochlear damage, vestibular ototoxicity between once daily dosing and multiple doses per day.
CISPLATIN-INDUCED OTOTOXICITY. PHARMACOKINETICS
thesis has been to study cisplatin ototoxicity especially as related to the pharmacokinetics of the drug and to prediction and prevention of ototoxicity.

Suggested News Resources

Ototoxic Drugs Can Damage Hearing
By Press Release Ototoxicity is damage to the ear (oto-), specifically the cochlea or auditory nerve and sometimes the vestibular system, by a toxin — very often medication we would never think can cause hearing loss.

Suggested Web Resources

Ototoxicity - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ototoxicity is damage to the ear (oto-), specifically the cochlea or auditory nerve and sometimes the vestibular system, by a toxin.
VEDA - Vestibular Disorders Association - Ototoxicity
Ototoxicity
Ototoxicity—The Hidden Menace
Ototoxicity—The Hidden Menace Part I: These ear-damaging drugs can turn your life upside down.
Ototoxicity: Medications that can cause tinnitus - Tinnitus Information
Ototoxic Medications That Cause Tinnitus. by Barry Keate.

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