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Akut Otitis Media'lı Hastaya Yaklaşım

The adoption of more stringent diagnostic criteria for acute otitis media AOM support a uniform approach to antibiotic treatment for children aged younger than 2 years who receive the diagnosis, researchers suggest. However, findings from a new pooled analysis of two previously published trials suggest this distinction may not be necessary, as diagnostic criteria used in studies on which the guidelines were based were less strict than current requirements, and present the possibility that some treated children did not actually have AOM. Alejandro Hoberman, MD, of the University of Pittsburgh and colleagues, assessed findings from two previously published trials, one conducted in Pittsburgh and the other in Turku, Finland, both of which had stringent requirements for enrollment that came close to guaranteeing valid diagnoses. In the Pittsburgh trial, treatment failure was defined as inadequate symptomatic or otoscopic improvement by day four or day five, and incomplete resolution by days 10 to In the Turku trial, treatment failure was defined as a lack of overall improvement by day three, no improvement in otoscopic findings by day eight and the occurrence at any time of overall clinical deterioration, perforation of the tympanic membrane or treatment discontinuation. The numbers needed to treat were similar for all forms of AOM, at four and three for unilateral nonsevere and severe cases, and four and three for bilateral nonsevere and severe cases, respectively. Etkinlikler Duyurular Haberler.


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