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nonpharm for otic disorders avoid cotton tipped, fingers, use wet wash cloth for outer auditory canal
steps in admin of eardrops: adults wash hands, tilt head or lie with ear up, put dropper to ear, pull ear back and up, install drops, push skin flap over ear, stay in position for time indicated
Steps in admin of eardrops in children wash hands, tilt head or lie with ear up, put dropper to ear, pull ear back and down, install drops, push skin flap over ear, stay in position for time indicated
steps in admin of eyedrops wash hands, tilt head back, pull eyelid away from eye, put dropper over eye, look up, close eye for 3 mins, put pressure on tear duct
steps in admin of eye ointments wash hands, tilt head back, pull eyelid away from eye, place ointment tube over eye, place ointment in eyelid, close for eye for 1-2 minutes, blot excessive ointment
clinical presentation of aphthous stomatitis canker sore, round or oval, painful, on mouth and tongue
clinical presentation of herpese simplex labialis cold sores, transmitted by direct contact, on mucous membranes
treatment options for aphthous stomatitis non pharm: ice, nutrition, debriding agents, topical oral anesthetics, topical oral protectants, oral rinses, systemic analgesics
treatment options for herpes simplex labialis keep mouth clean, wash hands, keep it moist, topical skin protectant, external analgesics/aneathetics, docosanol, avoid steriods
treatment options for common opthalmic disorders all the drugs
patient education on use of oxytrol wear for 4 days, can swim and stuff, can take up to 14 days to work
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