Ear Infections: Facts for Parents About Otitis Media
Publication Year: 2010
This brochure explains the common ear infection-affecting children, Otitis Media. This publication covers such basic issues as how the infection happens, why it is common in children, how it can affect a child's hearing, how to know if your child has an ear infection, proper use of medication, surgical solutions, and issues for children in day care. This brochure also contains a list of contacts with more information on Otitis Media.
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