Audiology and Malaria: a Proposed Protocol (Malaria Part 5)

HHTM Staff HHTM readers Last series post concluded with a cry of concern: At some point Audiologists encounter patients with malarial effects; Pediatric Audiologists will encounter infants born to mothers who had malaria and malarial treatments. What are we to do when this happens? We lack guidance.  Today’s post wraps up the malaria series and concludes…

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Anti-Malarial Drug Effects on Hearing and Balance, part 2

HHTM Staff Two weeks ago our post described malaria the disease, along with the disease’s murky connection to hearing loss.  Today’s post discusses five drugs used to prevent malaria.  Some of these are known causes of sensorineural hearing loss which may or may not be reversible; others produce auditory/vestibular symptoms such as tinnitus and dizziness.…

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http://vaccinenewsdaily.com/stories/510532009-path-begins-phase-iii-malaria-vaccine-clinical-trial

Hearing Loss from Infectious Diseases: Malaria

HHTM staff writing Now is the time to get the flu vaccination as a responsible health measure.  Flu is a virus which doesn’t cause hearing loss and and can be caught at home.  Today’s post addresses a different infectious disease that can cause hearing loss but is usually acquired away when traveling away from home.…

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