Cochrane Clinical Answers - Access Denied - What are the benefits and harms of topical or oral antibiotics given with or without a corticosteroid in children with ear discharge occurring at least two weeks after grommet (ventilation tube) insertion?

Question:What are the benefits and harms of topical or oral antibiotics given with or without a corticosteroid in children with ear discharge occurring at least two weeks after grommet (ventilation tube) insertion?

THIS CLINICAL ANSWER IS NEW Published Online: 19 MAY 2017

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This Cochrane Clinical Answer evaluates antibiotics in children with ear discharge occurring at least two weeks after grommet (ventilation tube) insertion.

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