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Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising. This report provides comprehensive information on the therapeutic development for Acute Sensorineural Hearing Loss, complete with comparative analysis at various stages, therapeutics assessment by drug target, mechanism of action (MoA), route of administration (RoA) and molecule type, along with latest updates, and featured news and press releases. Sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL) is a type of hearing loss in which the root cause lies in the vestibulocochlear nerve (cranial nerve VIII), the inner ear, or central processing centers of the brain. The great majority of human sensorineural hearing loss is caused by abnormalities in the hair cells of the organ of Corti in the cochlea. Sensory hearing loss that results from abnormalities of the central auditory system in the brain is called central hearing impairment. This type of hearing loss can also be caused by prolonged exposure to very loud noise, for example, being in a loud workplace without hearing protection, or having headphones set to high volumes for a long period. The Weber test, in which a tuning fork is touched to the midline of the forehead, localizes to the normal ear in people with this condition.
Congenital cholesteatoma - squamous epithelium is normally present on either side of the tympanic membrane.
Physical trauma - either due to a fracture of the temporal bone affecting the cochlea and middle ear, or a shearing injury affecting cranial nerve VIII.
Perilymph fistula, usually due to a rupture of the round or oval windows and the leakage of perilymph. Cerebellopontine angle tumour (junction of the pons and cerebellum) (the cerebellopontine angle is the exit site of both the facial nerve(CN7) and the vestibulocochlear nerve(CN8).
Populations living near airports or freeways are exposed to levels of noise typically in the 65 to 75 dbA range. The most common type of congenital hearing impairment in developed countries is DFNB1, also known as Connexin 26 deafness or GJB2-related deafness.
The most common dominant syndromic forms of hearing impairment include Stickler syndrome and Waardenburg syndrome. The most common recessive syndromic forms of hearing impairment are Pendred syndrome, large vestibular aqueduct syndrome and Usher syndrome.
Autoimmune disease has only recently been recognized as a potential cause for cochlear damage. Mumps (epidemic parotitis) may result in profound sensorineural hearing loss (90 dB or more), unilaterally (one ear) or bilaterally (both ears). Adenoids that do not disappear by adolescence may continue to grow and may obstruct the Eustachian tube, causing conductive hearing impairment and nasal infections that can spread to the middle ear. HIV (and subsequent opportunistic infections) may directly affect the cochlea and central auditory system. Fetal alcohol syndrome is reported to cause hearing loss in up to 64% of infants born to alcoholic mothers, from the ototoxic effect on the developing fetus, plus malnutrition during pregnancy from the excess alcohol intake. Syphilis is commonly transmitted from pregnant women to their fetuses, and about a third of the infected children will eventually become deaf.
Otosclerosis is a hardening of the stapes (or stirrup) in the middle ear, and causes conductive hearing loss. Some medications cause irreversible damage to the ear, and are limited in their use for this reason.
There can be damage either to the ear itself or to the brain centers that process the aural information conveyed by the ears. People who sustain head injury are especially vulnerable to hearing loss or tinnitus, either temporary or permanent.
Exposure to very loud noise (90 dB or more, such as jet engines at close range) can cause progressive hearing loss.
Sensorineural hearing loss can be treated with hearing aids, which amplify sounds at preset frequencies to overcome a sensorineural hearing loss in that range. Some research suggests idebenone alone or combined with vitamin E may delay the onset of hearing loss or perhaps reverse it.[6] Use of these agents for this purpose is considered experimental now.
Inter-trial coherence as a marker of cortical phase synchrony in children with sensorineural hearing loss and auditory neuropathy spectrum disorder fitted with hearing aids and cochlear implants. OBJECTIVE: Although brainstem dys-synchrony is a hallmark of children with auditory neuropathy spectrum disorder (ANSD), little is known about how the lack of neural synchrony manifests at more central levels. Systemic lupus erythematosus can affect inner ear by disrupting either the hearing or balance system.
Acetaminophen and NAPQI are toxic to auditory cells via oxidative and endoplasmic reticulum stress-dependent pathways. Pain relievers containing N-acetyl-para-aminophenol, also called APAP, acetaminophen or paracetamol, in combination with opioid narcotics are top-selling pharmaceuticals in the U.S.
Topical insulin-like growth factor 1 treatment using gelatin hydrogels for glucocorticoid-resistant sudden sensorineural hearing loss: a prospective clinical trial. The great majority of human sensorineural hearing loss is caused by abnormalities in the hair cells of the organ of Corti in the cochlea. BILATERAL SENSORINEURAL HEARING LOSS SYMPTOMSSuggested causes of hearing loss mimic the conductive, sensorineural, or bilaterally both.
When Medgadget was offered a chance to test drive a new direct to consumer personal audio amplifier from Audicus, we picked up on the invitation. Senseonics, a company headquartered in Germantown, Maryland, won European regulatory clearance to introduce its Eversense continuous glucose monitoring system. Intravascular photoacoustic (IVPA) imaging is a new 3D technique for assessing plaque buildup within blood vessel walls. When attacking tumors using beams of radiation, it is important to avoid nearby parts of the body the damage to which may be severely detrimental to the patient.
2breathe, an Israeli company, is unveiling its new smartphone-powered system that will supposedly help you fall asleep by monitoring and pacing your breathing. 42 year-old male with no significant medical history presenting to ENT clinic after referral from PMD for perforated TM. Since then, the patient has not had any further ear pain or discharge but is left with persistent and constant hearing loss and ringing (high-pitched, non-pulsatile).
AD: Decreased acuity to finger rub, EAC with some cerumen, cleared to reveal central perforation in posterior-superior quadrant of tympanic membrane.
36 year-old female with no significant medical history who presents after referral for voice hoarseness.
51 year-old female with a history of Hepatitis C, COPD and an 80 pack-year smoking history presents with concern about progressive voice hoarseness x2mo. Large volume abdominal ascites with a large amount of fluid extending into the bilateral inguinal canals.
Renal failure in cirrhosis is associated with higher mortality both before and after transplant. Dilation of splanchnic arteries initially compensated by increased CO eventually decompensates with activation of mechanisms to preserve ECBV (RAAS, SNS, ADH) leading to fluid retention (ascites, edema) and renal failure due to intrarenal vasoconstriction.Bacterial translocation and the resulting inflammatory response may contribute to splanchnic vasodilation (through production of vasoactive factors like NO). The evaluation of suspected renal failure in patients with cirrhosis involves assessment of renal function for evidence of acute impairment, as well as analaysis of urine for protein or active sediment to suggest intrinsic renal disease (possibly warranting renal ultrasonography or biopsy). Renal failure in ESLD is due to the causes, complications or management of cirrhosis and has important implications, with HRS in particular offering the worst prognosis.5 Early recognition and management is critical to improving outcomes. 51yo AA male with hx DM, HTN, sarcoidosis presents with yellowing of eyes and full-body itching x3wks. Filling defect in the common bile duct with marked dilatation of the common duct and intrahepatic ducts. The patient is a 40yo male with a history of alcohol abuse, and seizure disorder secondary to traumatic brain injury who was admitted to this hospital 4d ago after an altercation with law enforcement officials. Moderate abdominal and pelvic ascites which has Hounsfield unit attenuation is greater than simple fluid suggestive of blood products. Segment of bowel at the transition point has circumferential mural thickening and surrounding complex attenuation mesenteric fluid and mesenteric stranding. Palpation: place hand over patient’s groin (see figure), with two fingers each superior and inferior to the inguinal ligament. GU: With a finger in the inguinal canal, bulges felt against the side of the examining finger are direct hernias, while those felt at the tip of the finger are indirect.
Linea alba through weakened umbilical ring.Paraumbilical hernias through linea alba in the region of the umbilicus. Poor fascial healing possibly due to: infection (increased risk in wound dehiscence), obesity, smoking, immunosuppression excess wound tension, CT disorders.
Severe acute respiratory syndrome, better known by its acronym SARS, is an atypical form of pneumonia. After the People's Republic of China suppressed news of the outbreak both internally and abroad, the disease spread rapidly, reaching neighbouring Hong Kong and Vietnam in late February 2003, and then to other countries via international travellers. In May 2005, the New York Times reported that "not a single case of severe acute respiratory syndrome has been reported this year or in late 2004. The virus appears to have originated in Guangdong province in November 2002, and despite taking some action to control the epidemic, the People's Republic of China did not inform the World Health Organisation (WHO) of the outbreak until February 2003, restricting coverage of the epidemic in order to preserve face and public confidence. In early April, there appeared to be a change in official policy when SARS began to receive a much greater prominence in the official media. In late April, revelations occurred as the PRC government admitted to underreporting the number of cases due to the problems inherent in the healthcare system. The epidemic reached public spotlight in February 2003, when an American businessman travelling from China came down with pneumonia-like symptoms while on a flight to Singapore.
The severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) is caused by a novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV) with great genetic diversity among strains. Study objectives: To assess the effect of ribavirin-induced anemia on the outcome of severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS).


The early diagnosis of suspected severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) is essential to allow for early isolation and treatment. MSHA has developed a series of presentations that can be used by the mining community as a training resource in the area of noise and hearing loss prevention. OTITIS MEDIA Otitis media (OM) may be defined as inflammation of the middle ear due to any cause. OTITIS MEDIA -- DIAGNOSIS Children with acute otitis media frequently present with sudden onset of fever, ear pain, and fussiness.
OTITIS MEDIA -- COMPLICATIONS Complications of acute otitis media were common in the pre- antibiotic era.
HEARING LOSS Conductive hearing loss Cerumen impactions Swelling of the external auditory canal Tympanic membrane perforation Middle ear fluid Ossicular chain abnormalities Sensorineural hearing loss Injury to hair cells in the cochlea or neural elements innervating the hair cells. HEARING LOSS -- AUDIOMETRY Hearing threshold levels are determined between 250 and 8000 Hertz (Hz) for pure tones and measured in decibels (dB). HEARING LOSS -- AUDIOMETRY A conductive hearing loss in the left ear due to otitis media with effusion. HEARING LOSS -- AUDIOMETRY This audiogram suggests noise exposure that may be encountered occasionally in younger individuals who have been exposed to hazardous or “toxic” noise.
HEARING LOSS -- TYMPANOGRAM Tympanometry is commonly used to evaluate the tympanic membrane (TM) and middle ear status. Three tympanograms demonstrating change in compliance of the middle ear (vertical axis) with changes in ear canal pressure.
OTITIS EXTERNA Otitis externa (OE) is an inflammation or infection of the external auditory canal (EAC), the auricle, or both This condition can be found in all age groups. OTITIS EXTERNA -- CONSIDERATIONS Ramsay Hunt syndrome, more accurately known as herpes zoster oticus, is caused by varicella-zoster virus (VZV) infection. OTITIS EXTERNA -- TREATMENT Commonly used topical eardrops are acetic acid drops (which decrease pH), antibacterial drops, and antifungal preparations.
DIZZINESS Patients frequently present with a complaint of “dizziness,” including symptoms such as disequilibrium, syncope, lightheadedness, ataxia, and vertigo. DIZZINESS – VESTIBULAR TESTING Vestibular testing can be performed to help determine whether the problem exists within the vestibular (balance) portion of the inner ear.
DIZZINESS – VESTIBULAR TESTING There are four main parts to ENG testing Calibration test, which measures rapid eye movements Tracking test, which evaluates the ability of the eyes to track a moving target Positional test, which measures responses due to head movements Caloric test, which measures responses to warm and cold water introduced to the ear canal.
BENIGN PAROXYSMAL POSITIONAL VERTIGO (BPPV) One of the most common causes of vertigo is benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV). BENIGN PAROXYSMAL POSITIONAL VERTIGO (BPPV) BPPV can usually be successfully treated with a canolith reposition maneuver (Epley or Semont maneuver) in the office setting. Bedside maneuver for the treatment of a patient with benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) affecting the right posterior semicircular canal.
LABRYNTHITIS -- TREATMENT Treatment is symptomatic Vestibular suppressant medications (meclizine) Antiemetics Short, tapering course of oral steroids It may take several weeks for symptoms to completely resolve Residual vestibulopathy that persists for months or even years is not uncommon, and is best managed with vestibular rehabilitation.
There are also very unusual sensorineural hearing impairments that involve the eighth cranial nerve (the vestibulocochlear nerve) or the auditory portions of the brain. Since the auditory pathways cross back and forth on both sides of the brain, deafness from a central cause is unusual. Externally, within the external auditory meatus or ear canal and internally within the middle ear. Meniere's disease is characterized by sudden attacks of vertigo, lasting minutes to hours preceded by tinnitus, aural fullness, and fluctuating hearing loss.
If lifestyles include significant outdoor or open window conditions, these exposures over time can degrade hearing. More than 40 genes have been identified to cause deafness.[2] There are also 300 syndromes with related hearing loss, and each syndrome may have causative genes.
If a family has a dominant gene for deafness, it will persist across generations because it will manifest itself in the offspring even if it is inherited from only one parent. Please discuss this issue on the talk page and conform with Wikipedia's Manual of Style by replacing the section with a link and a summary of the repeated material, or by spinning off the repeated text into an article in its own right. Although probably rare, it is possible for autoimmune processes to target the cochlea specifically, without symptoms affecting other organs. It is considered by some to be a degenerative process, although there has never been a proven link to aging.
Exposure to a single event of extremely loud noise (such as explosions) can also cause temporary or permanent hearing loss.
In China, the First Hospital of Jiaxing cooperated together with MD Ferdinand Bisselink from the Medical Center Sanit in The Netherlands,for treatment of patients with sudden deafness.
The patient last had normal hearing approximately 1yr ago when he noted acute onset of right ear pain, discharge, hearing loss and ringing in the setting of fever and a productive cough. The patient describes a history suggestive of acute otitis media complicated by TM perforation. According to the patient, she underwent a C-section 3 months ago (at an outside hospital) complicated by bleeding requiring a second operation (L salpingoophorectomy); however, neither procedure required emergent intubation.
History and flexible nasolaryngoscopy consistent with trauma granulomata, as well as laryngopharyngeal reflux. She reports quitting smoking two months ago and is not sure if the hoarseness preceded or followed quitting.
History concerning for malignancy, exam today shows significant laryngeal damage and vocal cord irregularities warranting further evaluation. Additionally, patients should be evaluated for evidence of bacterial infection including assessment of ascites if present as SBP produces a more severe form of the inflammatory vasodilation mechanism suspected to play a role in HRS.
In the ED, the patient was found to have stable hemoglobin and creatinine and was discharged with urology follow-up after symptom resolution with catheter irrigation.
He states that his urine has been light pink in color, without clots, and significantly more clear than the prior 3 days. Obstructive pattern along with only modest elevation of liver enzymes suggests the obstruction is likely extrahepatic which was supported by ERCP finding of a distal CBD stricture.
Herniation typically occurs caudally (below arcuate line) due to absence of posterior rectus sheath.
It first appeared in November 2002 in Guangdong Province of the People's Republic of China.
This lack of openness caused the PRC to take the blame for delaying the international effort against the epidemic.
However, it was also in early April that accusations emerged regarding the undercounting of cases in Beijing military hospitals. Due to: persistent noise exposure, age-related (presbycusis), genetic factors, and infectious or postinflammatory processes. The 0-dB level is “normalized” to young, healthy adults and doesn’t mean there is absence of detectable sound. Note that bone conduction thresholds are normal in both ears, but air conduction on the left is 30 dB poorer than that measured on the right. Note that low-tone thresholds are relatively normal, with a drop in thresholds at higher frequencies. This test assesses the mobility of the TM and its response to pressure changes in the external auditory canal. Type A is normal, with the greatest compliance at the point where the pressure in the ear canal is equal to that of atmospheric pressure (peak is at 0).
If the condition does not respond to treatment as expected, an otolaryngologist should evaluate the patient. It is characterized by facial nerve paralysis and sensorineural hearing loss, with bullous myringitis and a vesicular eruption of the concha of the pinna and the external auditory canal (EAC).
True vertigo (an illusion of motion) is primarily associated with the balance organs of the inner ear. BPPV is caused by sediment, such as calcium carbonate crystals, that have become free floating within the inner ear.
Dislodged otoliths repositioned into the vestibule is about 80 percent effective in eliminating symptoms of BPPV.
The presumed position of the debris within the labyrinth during the maneuver is shown in panels A–D. It is thought to be caused by inflammation, secondary to a viral infection, of the vestibular portion of the eighth cranial nerve or of the inner ear balance organs (vestibular labyrinth). In the rarest of these sorts of hearing loss, only the auditory centers of the brain are affected. There are both external causes of damage, like noise trauma and infection, and intrinsic abnormalities, like deafness genes. Within the middle ear the simple epithelium gradually transitions into ciliated pseudostratified epithelium lining the Eustachian tube now known as the pharyngotympanic tube becoming continuous with the respiratory epithelium in the pharynx. A history of an event that increased intracranial pressure or caused trauma is usually present).
For example, the safe daily exposure amount at 85 dB is 8 hours, while the safe exposure at 91 dB(A) is only 2 hours (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, 1998). If a family had genetic hearing impairment caused by a recessive gene, it will not always be apparent, as it will have to be passed onto offspring from both parents. He does not recall an inciting event (trauma, swimming) to this initial episode, and had no previous history of ear infections. Persistent perforation seen on examination today can result in the tinnitus and hearing loss the patient complains of. She reports that she had some vomiting associated with anesthesia which ultimately required intubation and admission to the MICU for 5-6d.


MELD score and clinical type predict prognosis in hepatorenal syndrome: relevance to liver transplantation. He has had intermittent episodes of blood in his urine in the past, but never causing obstruction.
However, given the long-standing catheter, other considerations include trauma and infection. Patient has no history of prior instrumentation to cause iatrogenic stricture, and while sarcoidosis is associated with cholestatic complications (portal granulomas), pathology from biopsy showed papillary adenocarcinoma. No other significant injuries were found and the patient underwent CT imaging of head and c-spine, with notable findings of left occipital epidural hematoma, subarachnoid hemorrhage, but no significant midline shift. The patient reported experiencing some abdominal pain since the altercation, but could not recall if he was hit in the abdomen. This patient has no history of abdominal surgeries to suggest adhesions as a possible cause. After intense pressure, PRC officials allowed international officials to investigate the situation there.
Several of the doctors and nurses who had attempted to treat him soon came down with the same disease despite basic hospital procedures. There are two common variants: (1) acute otitis media (AOM) and (2) otitis media with effusion (OME).
There is decreased movement of the eardrum on pneumatic otoscopy (insufflation of air into the ear canal). Mastoiditis -- Patients with acute mastoiditis present with fever, ear pain, and a protruding auricle.
Some patients hear 0 dB, but reaching the threshold of hearing usually requires louder test signals. This is a consequence of the normal aging process and may vary widely from patient to patient. Type B demonstrates very poor compliance at any frequency, suggestive of a tympanic membrane (TM) immobilized by fluid in the middle ear or a TM perforation (no peak).
Skull base osteomyelitis occurs most often in patients who are diabetic or immunocompromised.
Rotatory chair testing is the “gold standard” for diagnosing bilateral vestibular weakness.
Turning the head quickly or into a certain position, causes this free- floating material to move the endolymph in the inner ear, stimulating the vestibular division of the eighth cranial nerve. In this situation, cortical deafness, sounds may be heard at normal thresholds, but the quality of the sound perceived is so poor that speech cannot be understood.
The squamous epithelium hyperplasia within the middle ear behaves like an invasive tumour and destroys middle ear structures if not removed. EPA and various states have set noise standards to protect people from these adverse health risks. From the treated patients more as 80% get the hearing back after a treatment in a single user HBOT cabine for 40 times, which was done in 5 days per week.
He saw his PMD several days later, was told he had a perforated ear drum and was treated with antibiotics. However the marked sensorineural component remains unexplained, particularly given the patient reported previously normal hearing.
She was discharged 10 days after the initial operation, and both she and her baby were in good health. She otherwise denies difficulty or pain with swallowing, worsening shortness of breath, unintentional weight loss.
His catheter is managed at home with regular (q3wk) changes and no recent traumatic catheterizations.
He states that this has not occurred in the past, and he does not have any prior history of post-prandial abdominal pain.
The patient was scheduled for surgery with a plan for initial laparoscopic survey of the abdomen followed by Whipple if no evidence of widespread disease. Neurosurgery was consulted and no emergent surgical intervention was required, the patient underwent serial imaging to monitor the bleed which was found to be stable and the patient slowly returned to baseline mental status. This has revealed problems plaguing the aging mainland Chinese healthcare system, including increasing decentralization, red tape, and inadequate communication. He reported that there were more SARS patients in his hospital alone than were being reported in all of China. Ears Otitis media Hearing loss Otitis externa Vertigo Nose Sinusitis Allergic rhinitis Epistaxis Throat Strep. Common bacteria that cause acute OM in children are Streptococcus pneumoniae, Haemophilus influenzae, and Moraxella catarrhalis.
Meningitis With increasing antibiotic resistance, especially Streptococcus pneumoniae, these complications may again become more common. Type C represents a tympanogram in which the compliance of the membrane is greatest at a point where the pressure in the canal is 200 mm of water below that of atmospheric pressure (peak shifted to the left). The patient is slowly spun in a rotating chair and dizzinessis is measured with optokinetic testing and a fixation test. The Dix-Hallpike test is performed with the patient’s head rotated 45? toward the right ear, and the neck slightly extended with the chin pointed slightly upward.
The patient will usually awaken with room-spinning vertigo that will gradually become less intense over 24–48 hours. The EPA has identified the level of 70 db(A) for 24 hour exposure as the level necessary to protect the public from hearing loss (EPA, 1974).
Recent gene mapping has identified dozens of nonsyndromic dominant (DFNA#) and recessive (DFNB#) forms of deafness. While there is some evidence that acute otitis media can lead to sensorineural hearing loss, it is typically only mild and only in high-frequency ranges.1,2  Plan for further evaluation with repeat audiogram and MRI IAC, RTC when studies completed. Two weeks after discharge, she began experiencing throat irritation and 1 month after discharge she noticed voice hoarseness which has been persistent.
Will obtain UA, UCx, and schedule patient for cystoscopy with bilateral retrograde pyelogram. The patient was monitored for several days, continuing NGT to suction and with serial abdominal films.
A number of PRC officials were fired from their posts, including the health minister and mayor of Beijing, and systems were set up to improve reporting and control in the SARS crisis. The virulence of the symptoms and the infection of hospital staff alarmed global health authorities fearful of another emergent pneumonia epidemic.
In healthy children older than two years of age who present with less severe symptoms, observation for 48 hours may be considered.
This suggests inefficient eustachian tube function with persistent negative pressure in the middle ear.
The diagnosis is strongly suggested by a history of diabetes mellitus, severe otalgia, cranial neuropathies, and characteristic EAC findings.
Moving platform posturography is a method of quantifying balance, but should not be used alone to diagnose vestibular disorders. Medical therapy with vestibular suppressants is ineffective because the episodes of vertigo are so fleeting, and should be discouraged. Also, educated patient on how to irrigate catheter if needed and provided ED precautions should obstruction persist despite irrigation attempts.
However, abdominal pain persisted, abdominal radiographs showed worsening obstruction and the patient developed leukocytosis and on HOD7 the patient was taken to the OR for exploratory laparotomy. Since then, the PRC has taken a much more active and transparent role in combatting the SARS epidemic.
On March 12, 2003, the WHO issued a global alert, followed by a health alert by the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
During the audiogram, independent thresholds are determined for each ear for both air conduction (conductive hearing) and bone conduction (sensorineural hearing). It is most useful in quantifying balance improvement (or worsening) following treatment for a particular problem, and can help identify the functional dizzy patient. Once the vertigo and the nystagmus provoked by the Dix-Hallpike test cease, the patient’s head is rotated about the rostral-caudal body axis until the left ear is down (panel B).
Vasopressin, not octreotide, may be beneficial in the treatment of hepatorenal syndrome: a retrospective study.
Upon entering the peritoneal cavity, there was obvious blood and very distended small bowel which was run distally with finding of a mesenteric laceration in the distal ileum which was walled off by omentum. Radiographics : a review publication of the Radiological Society of North America, Inc, 21 Spec No, S261–71. ECOG is not really a test of the vestibular system, but is a useful test of hearing in the evaluation of Meniere’s disease. The test is a variant of brainstem audio-evoked response and, if possible, should be performed during active Meniere’s attacks. Ultimately, a small bowel resection with primary anastomosis along with a repair of the splenic laceration was performed. With the head kept turned toward the left shoulder, the patient is rought into the seated position (panel D). Once the patient is upright, the head is tilted so that the chin is pointed slightly downward.



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