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Ear Wicks

Definition : Devices, usually small, compressed sponges or gauze typically made of cotton or cellulose, that are inserted into the ear canal. They are compressed for ease of insertion; they expand once in place and after the addition of medicated ear drops that can be instilled into the ear canal through the ear wicks. They are used to hold medicine, such as antibiotics or antifungals, within the ear canal for patients with otitis externa. They can also be used to help reduce ear canal swelling or to prevent stenosis of the external ear canal following otic surgery. The wicks are single use and disposal and are intended to be changed frequently.

UMDC code : 16478

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Aztec Medical Products

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Boston Medical Products Inc

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Boston Medical Products supports its customers through our highly trained Customer Service Team, who are ready to answer technical questions, assist with ordering, and ensure timely delivery.

DeRoyal Industries Inc

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DeRoyal manufactures healthcare products worldwide. Each product in DeRoyal's Surgical & Acute Care, Orthopedics & Patient Care, and Wound Care divisions exists in response to real needs, based on the advice and input of clinicians. We keep innovating because it's part of our heritage. What we develop and manufacture today will shape the future of medicine.

Micromedics Inc

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Micromedics, Inc. was founded in 1982 with the initial objective of developing, manufacturing and marketing products for microsurgery.

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