Antihistamines and Ear Infections
    October 3, 2003
    Antihistamines and Ear Infections

    Almost one in five clinicians will give a child an antihistamine or an antihistamine-containing cold medicine to give added relief to children with ear infections. Even when they don't, parents will o…

    The Tubes Are In -- Now What?
    May 10, 2002
    The Tubes Are In — Now What?

    The American Academy of Pediatrics established in 2002 five guidelines for the care of children who have tympanostomy tubes. The first guideline calls for a follow-up visit within the first month afte…

    Long-Term Effects of Middle Ear Fluid
    June 1, 1998
    Long-Term Effects of Middle Ear Fluid

    Dr. Greene's Answer: Fluid in the middle ear, which often goes undetected for weeks or months at a time, is an important hidden problem. This silent occupant of our children's ears can have lingering …

    Fast Facts about Septra
    July 29, 1996
    Fast Facts about Septra

    Septra and Bactrim are both brand names for a combination antibiotic called trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole. (more…)…