The online component of the Ear Pathology and Wax Management Face to Face meeting. Dealing with Ear Wax in General Practice. Syringing a patient's ears is usually performed to remove the cerumen (wax).
Although a common procedure it is invasive with the potential to cause discomfort or even injury to the patient.
You need to complete the face-to-face workshop before you access this course.
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