Ear Infections Brochure References - Wellness Media
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Del Mar, C. B., Glasziou Paul, P., & Hayem, M. (1997). Are antibiotics indicated as initial treatment for children with acute otitis media? A meta-analysis. BMJ314(7093), 1526.

Diamant, M., & Diamant, B. (1974). Abuse and timing of use of antibiotics in acute otitis media. Archives of Otolaryngology—Head & Neck Surgery100(3), 226.

Fallon, J. M. (1997). The role of the chiropractic adjustment in the care and treatment of 332 children with otitis media. J Clin Chiropractic Pediatr2(2), 167-83.

Froehle, R. M. (1996). Ear infection: a retrospective study examining improvement from chiropractic care and analyzing for influencing factors.Journal of manipulative and physiological therapeutics19(3), 169.

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Kozyrskyj, A. L., Ernst, P., & Becker, A. B. (2007). Increased risk of childhood asthma from antibiotic use in early life. CHEST Journal131(6), 1753-1759.

Lieberthal, A. S., Carroll, A. E., Chonmaitree, T., Ganiats, T. G., Hoberman, A., Jackson, M. A., ... & Tunkel, D. E. (2013). The diagnosis and management of acute otitis media. Pediatrics131(3), e964-e999.

Pohlman, K.A. & Holton-Brown MS. (2012).  Otitis media and spinal manipulative therapy:  a literature review. J Chiropr Med, 11:3, 160-169.

Ressel, O., & Rudy, R. (2004). Vertebral subluxation correlated with somatic, visceral and immune complaints: an analysis of 650 children under chiropractic care. JVSR18, 1-23.

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Saunders, L. (2004). Chiropractic treatment of otitis media with effusion: a case report and literature review of the epidemiological risk factors that predispose towards the condition and that influence the outcome of chiropractic treatment.Clinical Chiropractic7(4), 168-173.

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Zhang, J. Q., & Snyder, B. J. (2004). Effect of the Toftness chiropractic adjustments for children with acute otitis media. JVSR, 1-4.