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FDA Grants Priority Review Status to Prevnar 13 Marketing Application

... of invasive pneumococcal disease (IPD) and otitis media caused by the 13 serotypes included in the ... and meningitis, as well as pneumonia and otitis media (middle ear infection). Following the ... for immunization of infants and toddlers against otitis media (ear infections) caused by the seven ...

Arbor Pharmaceuticals Announces the Launch of XYLAREX(TM) - A New Nonantibiotic Product for the Dietary Management of Recurrent Ear Infections in Children

... the dietary management of recurrent acute otitis media (middle ear infections). XYLAREX is a ... as young as six months of age. Acute otitis Media (AOM) is the most common bacterial illness ... for managing children with recurrent acute otitis media. Pediatricians and otolaryngologists alike ...

Antibiotics Do Little for Inner Ear Infections

... to fluid buildup in the ear, which is known as otitis media with effusion. This buildup can result in ... generally don't prescribe antibiotics for acute otitis media in order to prevent middle-ear effusion; ... he said. More information For more about otitis media, visit the U.S. National Library of ...

JCI table of contents: Jan. 24, 2008

... Young children are particularly prone to otitis media as their Eustachian tubes, which regulate ... However, other forms of the disease, e.g, otitis media with effusion, which occurs when fluid ... malformation of the Eustachian tube as well as otitis media with effusion. The authors therefore ...

GlaxoSmithKline Presents Innovative Neuroscience Pipeline

... protection against pneumococcal disease and otitis media linked to non-typeable Haemophilus ... to protect against pneumococcal disease and otitis media caused by non-typeable Haemophilus influenzae (NTHi). otitis media is a major burden to health care ...

Ear infection superbug discovered to be resistant to all pediatric antibiotics

... one or more ear infections by age three. Acute otitis media is a bacterial ear infection that causes ... also called pneumoccous, was the leading cause of otitis media, as well as of pneumonia and meningitis. ... Among 1815 children, aged 6 to 36 months, in whom otitis media was diagnosed, tympanocentesis was ...

Replidyne Pipeline Featured at 47th Annual Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy

... Pathogens to Faropenem in a Phase II Acute otitis Media (AOM) Study." -- Poster G-983, titled "Use of Parent-reported Outcome Measure in Acute otitis Media Clinical Trials." -- Poster G-987, titled ... Medoxomil (FM) in the Treatment of Acute otitis Media." Wednesday, September 19 at 11:15 AM, ...

Wyeth's Prevenar 13* Receives First Approval

... the prevention of invasive pneumococcal disease, as well as pneumonia and otitis media (middle ear infection) caused by 13 pneumococcal serotypes. ... such as bacteremia/sepsis and meningitis, as well as pneumonia and otitis media. Important Safety Information for Prevenar 13* ...

NovaBay Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Reports First Quarter 2009 Financial Results

... also owns the rights to successful human proof of concept trials of NCT in otitis externa (ear infection) and viral conjunctivitis (pink eye) that is ... its owning rights to successful human proof of concept trials of NCT in otitis externa (ear infection) and viral conjunctivitis (pink eye) will provide ...

Wyeth Submits Marketing Application to FDA for its 13-Valent Vaccine for the Prevention of Pneumococcal Disease in Infants and Toddlers

... such as bacteremia/sepsis and meningitis, as well as pneumonia and otitis media (middle ear infection). Following the inclusion of Prevnar into ... Prevnar is also indicated for immunization of infants and toddlers against otitis media (ear infections) caused by the seven serotypes included in the ...

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Otitis in Medical Technology

Norditropin(R) Approved for Treatment of Children with Short Stature Associated with Turner Syndrome

... diseases including influenza-like illness, otitis media, upper respiratory tract infection, otitis externa, gastroenteritis and eczema. Patients ... treatment may increase the occurrence of otitis media in patients with Turner Syndrome. For more ...

Norditropin(R) Approved for Treatment of Children with Short Stature Associated with Turner Syndrome

... diseases including influenza-like illness, otitis media, upper respiratory tract infection, otitis externa, gastroenteritis and eczema. Patients ... treatment may increase the occurrence of otitis media in patients with Turner Syndrome. For more ...

Intercell Starts a Phase I Clinical Trial for a New Streptococcus pneumoniae Vaccine

... year worldwide. It accounts for many Bacterial Meningitis cases in adults and it is the most common cause of Bacteraemia, Pneumonia, Meningitis and otitis media in young children. About Intercell AG Intercell AG is an innovative biotechnology company that develops novel vaccines for the ...

Wyeth Submits European Marketing Authorization Application for its 13-Valent Vaccine for the Prevention of Pneumococcal Disease in Infants and Young Children

... caused by the bacterium Streptococcus pneumoniae, that include invasive infections such as bacteremia/sepsis and meningitis, as well as pneumonia and otitis media. Most recently, the pneumococcal serotype 19A, which is included in the candidate vaccine, has been increasing in prevalence in many regions ...

MedImmune Presents New Pharmaco-Economic Data at American Academy of Pediatrics Regarding Infants at High Risk for RSV

... the most common adverse events occurring at least 1% more frequently in Synagis-treated patients than controls were upper respiratory infection, otitis media, fever, and rhinitis. Cyanosis and arrhythmia were seen in children with CHD. About MedImmune MedImmune strives to provide better medicines ...

MedImmune's Motavizumab Reduced RSV Hospitalizations by 83 Percent Among High-Risk Native American, Full-Term Infants in Placebo-Controlled Phase 3 study

... most common adverse events occurring at least one percent more frequently in Synagis-treated patients than controls were upper respiratory infection, otitis media, fever and rhinitis. Cyanosis and arrhythmia were seen in children with CHD. The pivotal trial for Synagis was called the IMpact trial and ...

BioMarin Partner AnGes MG, Inc. Submits BLA to Japanese Ministry of Health

... patients were headache, fever, arthralgia, vomiting, upper respiratory infections, abdominal pain, diarrhea, ear pain, cough, and otitis media. Severe reactions included angioneurotic edema, hypotension, dyspnea, bronchospasm, respiratory distress, apnea, and urticaria. The most common ...

Replidyne Phase II Pediatric Trial Meets Primary Objective

... (faropenem) in pediatric patients with acute otitis media (AOM), a common infection of the middle ... in adult and pediatric patients. About Acute otitis Media Acute otitis media (AOM) is the most frequent ...

Viral Enzyme Recruited in Fight Against Ear Infection

... Using Virus Enzyme to Treat Mouse Model of Acute otitis Media Suggests that Nasal Spray Could Be Used ... Middle ear infection, also called acute otitis media, is an inflammation of the middle ear ... could significantly reduce the incidence of acute otitis media in the United States. More than 24 million ...

Targanta Reports Improved Ability of Oritavancin to Stop Bacteria Growth In Vitro Compared With Other Glycopeptide Antibiotics

... causes of community- acquired bacterial infections and can cause a number of infections including pneumonia, acute sinusitis, otitis media, bacteremia and meningitis(2). S. pneumoniae is a leading cause of morbidity and mortality in the United States, resulting ...

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Otitis in Medical Dictionary

Barotitis

... barotrauma to the ear - also called aero- otitis or barotitis - can happen as the plane ... when scuba divers descend. Also known as aer otitis : aer otitis media , barotitis , barotitis media. Search ...

Ear infections

... of the ear structures. A middle ear infection ( otitis media ) is an inflammation or infection of ... of ear infections , the most common is called otitis media , which means an inflammation and ... ear. ^ Top ... ear infections such as otitis media chronic ear infections with fluid in ...

Earache

... EARACHE and INFECTION ; MASTOIDITIS ( otitis Externa and Media) SYMPTOMS"One or both ears ... See your doctor if you suspect infection - otitis media is easily diagnose d by looking inside ... Henry; ear; earache ; ... Useful in treating otitis media ( earache ), skin conditions, menstrual ...

Eardrum

... disease s; eardrop; eardrum ; ... caused by otitis media , an infection that spreads to the middle ... . These infections , known medically as otitis media , are particularly common in young ... . External ear infections , called chronic otitis externa , are the most common cause of this ...

Effusion

... the lungs . What is going on in the body? otitis media with effusion usually resolves on its ... the absence of an identifiable tumor mass. otitis media with effusion may develop even if a ... other cause of eustachian tube blockage. " otitis Media with Effusion ." In Nelson Textbook of ...

Eustachian tube

... the eustachian tube ear infections such as otitis media chronic ear infections with fluid in ... or perforated eardrum Ear infections ( otitis externa - chronic , otitis media - chronic , ...

Otitis externa

... otitis externa Definition otitis externa refers to an infection of the ear ... opening of the ear in towards the ear drum. otitis externa , also called swimmer's ear, is an ...

Otitis Media

... otitis media with effusion Definition: otitis media is an inflammation of the middle ear. otitis media with effusion (OME) refers to fluid in ...

Otitis

... otitis media with effusion Definition: otitis media is an inflammation of the middle ear. otitis media with effusion (OME) refers to fluid in ...

Bronchiolitis

... however, bronchitis can also be chronic . Ear infections ( otitis media ) Allergies Vomiting Diarrhea Pneumonia , wheezing , and ... in lower respiratory tract infections , called bronchiolitis , and otitis media , or ear infections . ...

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Otitis in Biological News

Possible link between baby swimming and breathing problems in children

... 6-18 months the incidence of lower respiratory tract infections and otitis media were 13 percent and 30 percent respectively, whilst the proportion ... and baby are healthy, the study shows that there is no increased risk of otitis media or respiratory problems with baby swimming before six months of age. ...

Preventing ear infections in the future: Delivering vaccine through the skin

... says Laura Novotny, one of the study researchers. Nontypeable Haemophilus influenzae (NTHi) is one of the three main bacterial causes of otitis media (OM), an infection or inflammation of the middle ear. OM is one of the most significant health problems for children in the United States, ...

A computer for your mouse!

... mice has led to new models for diseases such as Type 2 diabetes, currently a growing epidemic in the developed world, rheumatoid arthritis and otitis media, an acutely painful condition which affects thousands of children and which can lead to permanent deafness. The success of research ...

World first research to speed up cure for ear infections

... Organisation, almost half of the world's population suffers from 'chronic otitis media' ?more commonly known as an ear infection ?which causes hearing loss ... Tissue Engineering Laboratory is potentially ground breaking. "Chronic otitis media is a major problem throughout the world and particularly affects the ...

WHO data confirms low level of resistance to Tamiflu

... up to 500,000 deaths are attributed to influenza each year. Influenza complications occur in all patient groups and include bronchitis, sinusitis, otitis media, and pneumonia. About Tamiflu Tamiflu is designed to be active against all clinically relevant influenza viruses and works by ...

Genes involved in biofilms

... of the bacteria strains, as a consequence of which it was decided to widen the scope of the research, using a strain of Staphylococcus aureus from otitis media. For the identification of the genes involved in the formation of the biofilm of this strain, two different strategies were followed. The ...
Otitis in Biological Technology

Ondine Biopharma Announces Second Quarter 2008 Financial Results

... photodisinfection system for the treatment of otitis Externa. otitis Externa is an inflammation of the outer ear and ... aeruginosa and Staphylococcus aureus. Moderate otitis Externa can result in narrowing of the canal and ...

New Phase 3 Data Continue to Indicate that Wyeth's Investigational 13-valent Vaccine Has the Potential to Broaden Coverage Against Pneumococcal Disease

... such as bacteremia/sepsis and meningitis, as well as pneumonia and otitis media (middle ear infection). Most recently serotype 19A, which is ... and 23F (including sepsis, meningitis, pneumonia, bacteremia, and acute otitis media) in infants and children from 2 months up to 5 years of age. ...

Otonomy Introduces Scientific Advisory Board

... the biology of middle ear inflammation, tissue growth and recovery during otitis media. Dr. Ryan completed postdoctoral training at Northwestern ... Dr. Post's research interests include the role of bacterial biofilms in otitis media, human gene discovery, the genetics of human performance, and ...

SALVAT Announces Submission of Complete Response to FDA Approvable Letter for CETRAXAL(R)

... NDA for CETRAXAL(R) seeks marketing approval for the treatment of Acute otitis Externa in pediatric (aged 1 year and older) and adult patients. About ... is a Ciprofloxacin 0.2% Otic Solution for the treatment of Acute otitis Externa. In a phase III clinical trial compared to Neomycin, Polymyxin B ...

Naglazyme Approved by Brazil's National Health Surveillance Agency

... Naglazyme-treated patients were headache, fever, arthralgia, vomiting, upper respiratory infections, abdominal pain, diarrhea, ear pain, cough, and otitis media. Severe reactions included angioneurotic edema, hypotension, dyspnea, bronchospasm, respiratory distress, apnea, and urticaria. The most common ...

MedImmune Presents Data at AAP National Conference & Exhibition Demonstrating Burden of RSV Disease

... the most common adverse events occurring at least 1% more frequently in Synagis-treated patients than controls were upper respiratory infection, otitis media, fever, and rhinitis. Cyanosis and arrhythmia were seen in children with CHD. There have also been post-marketing reports of injection site ...

Major Adult Vaccine Clinical Trial for Pneumonia Prevention Begins

... PREVENAR is indicated for active immunization of infants and children from 6 weeks through 9 years of age against invasive disease, pneumonia and otitis media caused by Streptococcus pneumoniae serotypes 4, 6B, 9V, 14, 18C, 19F and 23F. The study vaccine includes six serotypes (1, 3, 5, 6A, 7F and ...

Sagent Pharmaceuticals Launches Ceftriaxone, USP, and Cefuroxime for Injection, USP

... for infections of the lower respiratory tract, urinary tract, skin and skin-structure, intra-abdomen, and bones and joints, as well as acute otitis media, uncomplicated gonorrhea, pelvic inflammatory disease, bacterial septicemia and meningitis. Ceftriaxone may also reduce the incidence of ...

Naglazyme Approved by Japanese Ministry of Health

... treated patients were headache, fever, arthralgia, vomiting, upper respiratory infections, abdominal pain, diarrhea, ear pain, cough, and otitis media. Severe reactions included angioneurotic edema, hypotension, dyspnea, bronchospasm, respiratory distress, apnea, and urticaria. The most common ...

MiddleBrook Pharmaceuticals Reports Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2007 Results

... negative aerobes in vitro and in clinical infections. Keflex is indicated for treatment of the following infections: respiratory tract infections, otitis media, skin and skin structure infections, bone infections, and genitourinary tract infections. More information on Keflex and prescribing ...
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