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Antibiotics, Ototoxic Medication, Ear Tubes: Questions and Advice About Berard AIT Answered by Dr. Guy Berard

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About Antibiotics and Berard AIT

"Many individuals ask for my advice concerning the use of drugs during AIT. The answer is very simple:

  • If a safe medical treatment, including non-ototoxic medications, has been prescribed by their doctor, there is absolutely no problem with AIT and the drug.

  • Or, it is an ototoxic drug, and this problem is the same for everyone, undergoing AIT or not, everything shall be done to avoid these medications which shall be reserved only for cases imperatively requiring their use, for example, quinine for treating a crisis of malaria.

The Ototoxic Medications include:

  • Quinine
  • Sodium salicylate
  • Streptomycin
  • Kanamycin
  • Gentamycin
  • Neomycin

Maybe there are others that I don't know because they could have been discovered since the time I stopped practicing, but I have not seen anything on this subject in the medical publications that I receive.

The best solution for individuals is to ask their physician to avoid such medications."

Tubes in the Tympanic Membrane and Berard AIT

  • "The general rule is that AIT should not be applied on individuals wearing tubes or having a hole in the tympanic membrane. The reason is that tubes, as well as holes, disturb the functioning of the eardrum; and this may interfere with a perfect result of AIT.

  • The higher part of the eardrum transmits high frequency sounds to the cochlea through the circuit of the 3 ossicles (bones) to the oval window.

  • The lower part of the eardrum transmits the low frequency sounds through the air of the tympanic box, to the round window, and then to the cochlea.

  • Consequently, the principle of AIT, which is to send alternating sounds of high and low frequencies to the ears, at the same intensity, will be distorted if an anomaly exists, a tube or hole, in the eardrum. The low frequencies will be heard weaker than the high ones."

Ear Tubes and Berard AIT:

  • "Individuals wearing tubes during AIT is not at all dangerous but may reduce the efficiency of the training."

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