Sam Leuzzi MD Pediatrics www.DrMDK.com
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Interviewer: A pooling on the ears, is that means the kid has an ear infection? Interviewer: Not always, no. lots of times I will say is the child teething, let us see if the baby is teething cause sometimes the teething and the ear can be on the same neurological pathway. Might pool on the ears— Interviewer: It states there is a little coagulant, the target, like there is ear plugging and tell to our parents. Is a tugging usually is not but if a kid protects the ear, she cannot get near it, is there something going on in the external— Interviewer: Then you would get a more external ear infection. You look for fever. You see if there is anything draining from the ear. So that would— Interviewer: And we are going to a new period that we are trying to wait and see under three, under two. If you think the kid has an ear infection we are treating today. But in Europe in many years, they had to wait and see with kids specially the older kids, we are trying to talk that kid, we are running out of the enterprises. Is that true? Interviewer: Yes, and lots of times we do not want to persuade with antibiotics unless we are really sure that there is an infection. We will not prescribe antibiotic over the phone, we want to be sure let us see the patient, make sure that something is going on before we would write for antibiotics cause resistance to this medications is happening as we speak.
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