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- Prompt relief of pain and reduction of inflammation in the congestive and serous stages.
- Adjuvant therapy during systemic antibiotic administration for resolution of the infection.
Because of the close anatomical relationship of the Eustachian tube to the nasal cavity, otitis media is a frequent problem especially in children in whom the tube is shorter, wider and more horizontal than in adults.
- Facilitates the removal of excessive or impacted cerumen.
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Each 1 mL for otic administration contains:
|Zinc Acetate Dihydrate||10 mg|
Also contains acetic acid, propylene glycol, glycerin, purified water, and vitamin E polyethylene glycol 1000 succinate.
Antipyrine is an antipyretic and analgesic. Antipyrine occurs as a colorless, almost odorless, crystalline powder or tabular crystals having a slightly bitter taste. It is very soluble in water and freely soluble in alcohol. Chemically its structure is C11H12N20.
Benzocaine is a short-acting local anesthetic. Benzocaine occurs as a white, crystalline powder. Chemically its structure is C9H11NO2.
Zinc acetate in the dihydrate form is a salt of zinc and a topical skin protectant generally recognized as safe and effective. Zinc acetate dihydrate occurs as white crystals or granules, is freely soluble in water and in boiling alcohol and is slightly soluble in alcohol. Chemically its structural formula is C4H6O4Zn•2H2O.
An otic solution containing antipyrine, benzocaine and zinc acetate dihydrate.