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Otitis is one of the most frequent diseases in children, especially in the first three years of life, and represents the consequence or complication of an infectious episode of the upper airways, in particular cold and flu type illnesses typical of the colder season.
Surely there isn’t a parent out there who hasn’t experienced their child’s earache and been taken by surprise, not knowing what to do.
One of the most typical forms is acute otitis media, a form of otitis that starts suddenly, hurts and is almost always associated with fever and general malaise. Another form of otitis is otitis media with effusion, which is usually not accompanied by acute pain and shows no signs and symptoms of acute infection; medicinal plants are very useful in treating both forms.
Mattia Doria, a paediatrician, works as a family paediatrician in the Local Health Unit (ASL) 3 "Serenissima" of Venice. He is president of the Venice Study Centre for Training and Research in Territorial Paediatrics (CESPER) and national secretary for the Scientific and Ethical Activities of the National Paediatricians Federation (FIMP)
Paediatrician Vitalia Murgia is a professor at the 2nd level Master’s Programme in Herbal Therapy at La Sapienza University in Rome and at the 2nd level International Master’s Programme in Herbal Medicine at the Universities of Trieste and Madrid. She is the author of numerous scientific articles and books.
Release date: 2018
Dimensions: cm 11 x 18,5