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Ear wax solvents compared


In 1968 we reviewed some new preparations intended to facilitate the removal of ear wax, and concluded that local application of a vegetable oil for a few days before syringing was probably as effective as anything else. Xerumenex then seemed the preparation most likely to be effective after a single application, but good controlled studies were lacking.1

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