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  • Contact Dermatitis to Medications and Skin Products. [Review]
  • CRClin Rev Allergy Immunol 2018 Aug 25
  • Nguyen HL, Yiannias JA
  • Consumer products and topical medications today contain many allergens that can cause a reaction on the skin known as allergic contact dermatitis. This review looks at various allergens in these prod...
  • Ear drops for the removal of ear wax. [Review]
  • CDCochrane Database Syst Rev 2018 07 25; 7:CD012171
  • Aaron K, Cooper TE, … Burton MJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: Although a number of studies aimed to evaluate whether or not one type of cerumenolytic is more effective than another, there is no high-quality evidence to allow a firm conclusion to be drawn and the answer remains uncertain.A single study suggests that applying ear drops for five days may result in a greater likelihood of complete wax clearance than no treatment at all. However, we cannot conclude whether one type of active treatment is more effective than another and there was no evidence of a difference in efficacy between oil-based and water-based active treatments.There is no evidence to show that using saline or water alone is better or worse than commercially produced cerumenolytics. Equally, there is also no evidence to show that using saline or water alone is better than no treatment.
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