Clinical

OTITIS MEDIA TREATMENT

To treat otitis media an ENT surgeon will place tympanostomy tubes (grommets) into the patient’s ear. Traditionally this has required a surgical procedure with numerous surgical instruments under general anesthetic in a hospital operating room.

But Solo TTD offers a different approach. Everything the surgeon needs for the procedure is within this single device. It is faster and less invasive.

Depending on the patient age and suitability, the Solo procedure is carried out by your ENT surgeon under local anesthetic and/or sedation which is far less stressful for the patient. There is no need for a lengthy hospital stay or a trip to the OR.

ENT surgeons can learn more about Solo TTD here or book a demonstration.

OTITIS MEDIA WITH EFFUSION

Also known as glue ear. Otitis media with effusion occurs when fluid builds up in the middle ear. Symptoms include:

  • Loss of hearing
  • Earache
  • Tinnitus

Parents. If your child is suffering from glue ear or ear infections and needs ear tubes, you can contact AventaMed by clicking here and we will connect you with a local surgeon who offers the Solo TTD procedure.