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Careful cleaning of the auditory canal. Insert gauze strips with alcoholic or other antiseptic additives such as polihexanide (Serasept, Prontoderm, eosin disodium solution, ethanol containing 0.5/1/2% ) or methylrosanilinium chloride solution. Later, gauze strips with antibiotic-containing ointment/cream, e.g. gentamicin cream 0.1%(gentamicin cream 0.1%) are inserted.
Remarks: Dye-containing external preparations are increasingly avoided (see also Otitis Externa (infectiosa).
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In severe cases penicillinase-resistant penicillins such as Dicloxacillin (e.g. InfectoStaph Kps.): Dosage: Adults: 2-3 g/day p.o. in 4-6 ED; children: 2 g/day in 4 ED. In case of severe infections doubling of the dose is possible.
Remember! In case of recurrent furunculosis exclude diabetes mellitus and immunosuppressive diseases!
Incoming links (5)Ear furuncle; Eosin disodium solution aqueous 0,5/1/2 % (nrf 11.95.); Gentamicin cream 0,1%; Otitis; Otitis externa acuta circumscripta;
Outgoing links (10)Analgesics; Antiseptic; Boils; Eosin disodium solution, ethanol 0,5/1/2 % (nrf 11.94.); Gentamicin; Gentamicin cream 0,1%; Gentian violet; Otitis externa (infectiosa); Paracetamol; Polihexanide;
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