The ear, nose and throat (ENT) are part of the upper respiratory tract. They help us breathe, smell, hear, keep our balance, swallow and speak. Infections and conditions of the sinus, tonsils and adenoids affect these organs. Ear infections occur when a cold, throat infection, or allergy attack causes fluid to become trapped in the middle ear. Mostly affecting children, symptoms may include earaches and thick, yellow fluid coming from the ears.
The connections between your nose and throat, sinuses and ears, mean that fluids can move from one area to another. This is how a cold becomes a sinus, throat or ear infection.
In adults, the symptoms are:
In children, the symptoms are:
Phone: 1300 900 863
Fax: 07 3054 7239
PO BOX 3323, Newstead 4006
Lobby 1 Level 2
Corporate House 76
600 North Bridge Road #23-01
Parkview Square, Singapore 188778
Interesting concept. Mass-produced robot to keep seniors at home - Australian Ageing Agenda https://t.co/MFUvPanNdO
#telehealth in Australia is the most adopted terminology but interchangable with suggested others. Great reference article
@phenix_health working on adding prescription delivery to our service.
Reading @beckershr Telehealth, prescription drugs on some Amazon shoppers' wish lists, survey says https://t.co/whVgMRuSva
Still anxiously wondering what 2019 will bring? One step at a time and measure your progress. You'll be surprised how much you achieve.
#homecare #medtech @… https://t.co/6mQmvdfTDD
Copyright Phenix Health Pty Ltd © 2015 | ABN: 22 607 822 266