Ear Nose Throat Disorders-On line Email Consultation from drpaulose.com

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As you can imagine I am very busy to send reply to all the emails which I am getting every day. I know most of them are from genuine patients seeking medical advice on line. But few are wasting my time.

I would like to help you so I have introduced Email Consultations; this allows you to receive my medical advice from the comfort of your computer/mobile instead of waiting for an appointment with a specialized doctor and waiting in the queue to see the doctor.

It’s a small donation towards charity mainly orphanages and food for the hungry (Anna Daanam).

For USD 30 or more you get 3-4 replies and payment can be made thru Paypal (Click Here).

Those who are in India can contribute Rs 1500 or more for 3-4 replies to the Account as given below.

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You may also pay directly to the following charitable organization I support-

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As you can imagine I am very busy to send reply to all the emails which I am getting every day. I know most of them are from genuine patients seeking medical advice on line. But few are wasting my time.

I would like to help you so I have introduced Email Consultations; this allows you to receive my medical advice from the comfort of your computer/mobile instead of waiting for an appointment with a specialized doctor and waiting in the queue to see the doctor.

It’s a small donation towards charity mainly orphanages and food for the hungry (Anna Daanam).

For USD 30 or more you get 3-4 replies and payment can be made through Paypal.

Those who are in India can contribute Rs 1500 or more for 3-4 replies to the Account as given below.

CHARITY Ac No. Dr.K.O.Paulose FRCS

SB Ac No.32518883582

MICR.695002039 IFSC. SBIN0013313   SWIFT Code: SBININBB398

(Bank: State Bank of India (SBI), Branch: Panavila, Gr floor, Kasthurbham commercial building ,Trivandrum, Kerala. Tel 2332155)

You may also pay directly to the following charitable organization I support-

Name: Employee’s fellowship

Bank: Catholic Syrian Bank, Palayam, Trivandrum, Kerala, India.

Ac No: 096 -1207090 -190001, IFSC code:CSBK0000096

Or

Name: Lourdes Matha Care

Bank: Catholic Syrian Bank, Palayam, Trivandrum,Kerala, India

Ac No.0096-01208751-190001

 

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Ear Problems in Military Personnel:Dr.K.O.Paulose FRCS


(Here a military person working in Northern India came with hearing loss after otitis media with effusion and getting treated in Jubilee Hospital Trivandrum in South India.Since I have worked in a military hospital for 18 years, I know what all damage can happen for the soldiers.)

Ear Related disorders like hearing loss, tinnitus, ruptured ear drum and barotrauma are common in the military force. The sense of hearing in military personnel is important as it is crucial for communication. Hearing loss is truly a disability. Soldiers are exposed to hazardous noise, gun fire and bomb blasts and it can damage their ears. The Noise induced hearing loss (NIHL) can be temporary or permanent. There can be disturbing noises in the ear, called tinnitus. They often don’t protect the ears by ear defenders while firing, the reason they feel that the hearing protection negatively affects their ability to do their job and complete their missions.

Good quality earplugs designed to make it easier for troops to protect their ears are available. The challenge is getting every soldier to wear the ear plugs.

Bomb blasts, howling engines, growling generators and the deafening roar of military aircraft have made the war zones noisy enough to damage soldiers’ hearing. An estimated 25 % soldiers have reported experiencing some change in their hearing, or dizziness or ringing of the ears, according to Army audiologists.

Hearing loss and tinnitus are among the most common forms of disability among military veterans.Once they loose their hearing, by nerve damage,hearing aid must be considered.