Acute Otitis Media

Acute otitis media (bacterial or viral otitis media) on usually occurs as a side effect of a upper respiratory tract infection. Ear pain (otalgia) or often general symptoms (eg., Fever, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea) can be observed particularly in very young patients. The diagnosis is made otoscope. Treatment includes analgesics and sometimes with antibiotics. Although acute otitis media (AOM) can occur at any age, are most often young children from 3…

September 3, 2018