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Sulfur cork. H-61.2

Treatment outcome: Clinical criteria for improving the patient's condition:

1. Normalization of temperature.

2. Normalization of laboratory parameters.

3. Improving the clinical symptoms of the disease (hearing loss).
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Sulfur cork. H-61.2

  1. Sulfur cork
    Sulfur cork (cerumen) often occurs with increased function of the glands located in the membrano-cartilaginous part of the external auditory canal. Sulfur cork is a conglomerate of dried (less often viscous) secretion of the gland of the ear canal and the deflated epidermis. During normal activity of the glands, earwax, which dries into crusts, is freely removed from the membrano-cartilaginous part of the auditory
  2. Sulfur cork of the external auditory meatus
    Blockage of the external auditory canal with sulfur or an admixture of the epidermis is a common occurrence. Under normal conditions, the secretion of the sulfur glands, drying up into lumps and crusts, falls out when chewing and talking due to movements of the mandibular joint and the anterior wall of the ear canal. Excessive sulfur accumulation may be associated with hyperfunction of the sulfur glands under the influence of irritating
  3. Sulfur plugs (ear lard)
    Causes Cleansing the ear of sulfur with a cotton swab, congenital distortion of the ear canal, increased formation of sulfur. Symptoms Itching, dryness, mild earache, hearing loss, slight dizziness, noise, a sense of resonance in one’s own voice. First aid If a sulfur plug is formed, only a doctor can remove it. For preventive purposes, 2-3 times a month you can do it yourself
    GENERAL INFORMATION Empirical formula. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H2SO4 Molecular weight, kg / kmol. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98.08 Aggregate state. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Liquid Appearance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
  5. Strong inorganic acids (nitric, sulfuric, hydrochloric)
    CLINICAL PICTURE Characterized by severe pain in the mouth, along the esophagus, in the stomach, in the abdomen, repeated vomiting with an admixture of blood up to profuse bleeding, impaired patency of the esophagus. Possibly, stridor breathing due to laryngeal edema and impaired sputum coughing due to pain due to hypersalivation. In severe cases, edema and stenosis of the larynx, exotoxic shock develop.
  6. Determination of ammonia (qualitative reaction)
    The method is based on the interaction of ammonia formed during fish spoilage with hydrochloric acid and the appearance of a cloud of ammonium chloride. 2 ... 3 cm3 of Eber's reagent (a mixture of one part of hydrochloric acid, three parts of ethyl alcohol and one part of sulfuric ether) is poured into a wide tube, closed with a stopper and shaken two to three times. Remove the cork from the tube and immediately close it with another
  7. What you can already - 1, just until you know about it or hide your skill
    You can make a wish, loudly and clearly pronounce it to our magical cat, Sonya - Golden Puzo, who works without fail day and night, fulfilling wishes, and it will certainly come true, but remember the state of soaring! Do not strain and do not get annoyed - all wishes will be fulfilled if you are well-disposed and calm. You can easily disperse the queue or traffic jam on the road or in the subway,
  8. Pathology of the hearing organ
    Diseases and abnormalities of the outer ear. Atresia of the external auditory meatus. Causes. Hearing impairment. Treatment. Sulfur cork. The reasons for the occurrence. Features of the course. Prevention and treatment. Foreign bodies. Symptoms First aid possible help. Prevention Anomalies in the development of the eardrum. Damage to the eardrum. Prevention Treatment. Diseases and abnormalities
    For diseases of the ear, throat, and nose, the unit doctor must: - have otorhinopharyngoscopy and methods for diagnosing diseases of ENT organs, conduct studies of olfactory, auditory and vestibular functions, evaluate the barofunction of ENT organs; - be able to provide emergency medical care for injuries and diseases of ENT organs, especially accompanied by life-threatening complications (asphyxiation,
  10. Tuning forks
    The study of hearing with tuning forks can be made taking into account the duration of their sound in seconds - quantitatively and qualitatively based on a comparison of their perception through air and bone, as well as from the patient and the doctor. An accurate quantitative assessment of the duration of tuning forks requires quite a lot of time, therefore, in the conditions of the military unit and otolaryngologists in the outpatient setting
  11. Final goal
    Sometimes you have to work in the opposite direction. We have defined a goal for ourselves, but this goal is not final - it is just one of the approaches of the fan of concepts. Suppose you were asked to solve the problem of traffic jams in cities and you immediately began to think about how to reduce the amount of transport. You may be asked what is your ultimate goal? She may be "coping with
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