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Scand Audiol Suppl. 1986;26:89-91.

Swimming with grommets.


A controlled prospective study was designed to find the relation of otorrhoea with swimming in ears with grommets. The children were allowed to swim in swimming pools without any precautions. They were advised not to swim during an upper respiratory infection. The results show that the incidence of otorrhoea among swimmers and non-swimmers after first 6 weeks post-operatively was remarkably similar.

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