User talk:George Kestrel
We are refering to Otitis media I presume? There are 0 reviews via pubmed on this device / treatment. I see no studies within the last ten years. Would be interested in seeing the NICE guidelines? Which ones and which page are you referring too?Doc James (talk · contribs · email) 04:23, 21 February 2010 (UTC)
Yes we are refering to Otitis media. You may not have been able to find any reviews as Otovent is usually refered to as Autoinflation treatment. There has also been a Cochrane Review on Autoinflation treatment http://search.cochrane.org/search?scso_colloquia_abstracts=colloquia+abstracts&client=my_collection&scso_evidence_aid=evidence+aid&access=p&scso_review_abstracts=review+abstracts&lr=&ip=18.104.22.168&output=xml_no_dtd&restrict=review_abstracts&sub_site_name=Cochrane+Reviews+search&filter=0&site=my_collection&q=autoinflation&ie=&oe=&scso_registered_titles=registered+titles&btnG=Search+Reviews&scso_newsletters=newsletters&scso_cochrane_org=this+site&proxystylesheet=http%3A%2F%2Fwww2.cochrane.org%2Fsearch%2Fgoogle_mini_xsl%2Fcochrane_org.xsl&sort=date%3AD%3AS%3Ad1. There are links to the previous trials and Nice guidlines on our website here http://www.gluear.co.uk/healthcare-professionals/clinical-data.ashx George Kestrel (talk) 13:25, 1 September 2010 (UTC)
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