Clinical Research and Related Publications
Arick DS, Silman S . Nonsurgical home treatment of middle ear effusion and associated hearing loss in children. Part I and II: clinical trial. Ear Nose Throat J . Sep 2005;84(9):567 8, 570 4, 576, 578.
3Ozgursoy O, Tataragasi A, Mermerkaya M, Gerçeker M . Non Surgical Treatment of Otitis Media with Effusion in Children: Efficacy of Middle Ear Inflation with a Politzerization Device*. The Journal of International Advanced Otology. 2009;5:145 150.
Banigo A, Hunt A, Rourke T, Whiteside O, Aldren C . Does the EarPopper® device improve hearing outcomes in children with persistent otitis media with effusion? A randomised single blinded controlled trial. Clinical Otolaryngology . 2016;41(1):59 65. doi: https://doi.org/10.1111/coa.12480
O'Neill OJ, Smykowski E, Marker JA, Perez L, Gurash S, Sullivan J . Proof of concept study using a modified Politzer inflation device as a rescue modality for treating Eustachian tube dysfunction during hyperbaric oxygen treatment in a multiplace (Class A) chamber. Undersea Hyperb Med. Jan Feb 2019;46(1):55 61.
Each EarPopper includes a printed instruction leaflet (IFU), individuals should read in full before using or commencing treatment. Click Here to view a PDF version.
A LICENSED PHYSICIAN SHOULD BE CONSULTED PRIOR TO USE.
Do not use the EarPopper in the presence of ear infection, upper respiratory infection, nasal congestion, cold symptoms or a perforated eardrum. The device is not intended for multiple users.