Because P. aeruginosa and S. aureus are common pathogens in otorrhea, they must be considered at the time of treatment selection. Currently, no narrow-spectrum agent is available for the coverage of these two microbes. For the treatment of acute diffuse otitis externa, polymyxin B-neomycin-hydrocortisone combinations and fluoroquinolones are equally effective, and neither treatment carries known risk. The twice-daily dosing schedule of topical fluoroquinolones may improve compliance. When selecting treatment for acute otitis media with perforation, topical fluoroquinolones represent a good first-line option, although not clearly better than traditional topical therapy. For chronic suppurative otitis media topical fluoroquinolones likely represent the best choice because treatment is long, and repeated therapy is common. 18
Exfoliative glaucoma (pseudoexfoliation or PXE ) is another type of glaucoma that can occur with either open or closed angles. This type of glaucoma is characterized by deposits of flaky material on the front surface of the lens (anterior capsule) and in the angle of the eye. The accumulation of this material in the angle is believed to block the drainage system of the eye and raise the eye pressure. While this type of glaucoma can occur in any population, it is more prevalent in older people and people of Scandinavian descent. It has recently been shown to often be associated with hearing loss in older people.
Cineraria Homeopathic Eye Drops for Clear Crystalline Lens: Traditional Homeopathic Medicine for Cataract.
Cineraria is the principle ingredient in cineraria maritima eye drops. Cineraria is the traditional homeopathic remedy most often recommended as eye drops for cataracts due to its capacity to clear and dissolve obstructing fibrils in the lens, and is gluten free. In India, it is thought to be the most valuable remedy for cataracts by healing the lens. Additional natural homeopathic ingredients are added to the formulation to support the healing process.
Cataracts are a condition which develops as the body, with age, has a harder time providing oxygen, nutrition, detoxification and antioxidants to the cells of the eye's lens. There are no blood vessels in the lens, so the body's task to provide these nutrients and defenders is a challenge. Contrary to past common practice of eye doctors to wait until the lens "ripens" and replace the clouded lens with an artificial lens, doctors now often recommend natural treatments supporting the capacity to maintain or even clear the crystalline lens.
Proper nutrition, exercise and multivitamin supplementation is also recommended.