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Effective concentration of carbogen in treating inner ear lesions

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Abstract

30 patients of different inner ear lesions were subjected to different concentrations of carboqen 5% and 10%, to find out the more effective concentration of carbogen in treating inner ear lesions. 10% carbogen is much more effective and equally safe in treating different inner ear lesions of suspected vascular aetiology.

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Correspondence to A. Y. Dehadray.

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Dehadray, A.Y., Jagtap, C.S. Effective concentration of carbogen in treating inner ear lesions. Indian J Otolaryngol 38, 105–107 (1986). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02993807

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Keywords

  • Pure Tone Audiometry
  • Caloric Response
  • Carbogen
  • Temporary Threshold Shift
  • Blood Urea Level