sueoc

Ear syringing process.

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    Hi,has anyone had their ears syringed here?What process do you go through to get them done,is it a trip to the docs first, or do you go straight to a clinic. Also,does Medicare help with costs.Thanks,Sue.

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    Hi..............

    ear syringeing is a simple process.................but should be done by a trained professional........nurse or doctor.

     

    The process is......a body looks down the ear of the poor begger suffering, using an auroscope; decides if the proceedure needs doing then.....................

    a cloth is placed over the shoulder of the affected side; a dish is placed over the cloth to cath the escaping fluid (see next step)

    a syringe of warmed saline or water is gently squirted at an oblique angle into the ear canal to help shift offending obstruction.

    Yes, you can get medicare for this, it is a 2 minute job at the gp's! however a fee is applicable, as always.......................

    Cheers

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    Guest squeaky

    Depends but straight forward. Come to Trinity Medical Centre in Seaford, we bulk bill so generally NO charges.......

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