Special Collection - Chronic suppurative otitis media: effectiveness of non-surgical treatments

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Supported by Cochrane Ear ,Nose and Throat a new Cochrane Library Special Collection curates the latest Cochrane evidence on non-surgical treatments for chronic suppurative otitis media (CSOM). 

CSOM is estimated to have a global incidence of 31 million episodes per year, disproportionately affecting people at socio-economic disadvantage. Many people who are affected by CSOM do not have good access to modern primary healthcare, let alone specialised ear, nose and throat care. Given this evidence need, Cochrane ENT have prioritized the production of systematic reviews on non-surgical treatments for CSOM. This up-to-date evidence is in this Cochrane Library Special Collection.

 

 

Friday, March 5, 2021
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