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Drugs for Airplane Ear / Ear Barotrauma


A comprehensive list of drugs used to treat Airplane Ear / Ear Barotrauma are listed here. View list of drugs used to treat 'Airplane Ear / Ear Barotrauma'. Click below on the listed drug to know more and this includes the brand name(s), price of the drug, its dosage, side-effects, adverse events, how and when should it be taken.
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Generic and Trade Names of Drugs for Treatment of Airplane Ear / Ear Barotrauma

For the convenience of the medical practitioners we have listed both the generic name and the multiple brand names of the drugs for Airplane Ear.
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Paracetamol

Paracetamol is a non-opiate, analgesic and antipyretic, prescribed for headache, pain (muscle ache, backache) and fever either alone or combined with other medications.
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Airplane Ear / Ear Barotrauma
Airplane ear, also called barotrauma, is caused during takeoff and landing of a flight due to pressure changes in the ear. Yawning and swallowing help ease it.
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