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Can patients with otitis media use ear plugs?

Yes.Patients with otitis media can use soft silicone earplugs instead of plug-in foam earplugs or music earplugs. Soft silicone earplugs are covered outside the ear to prevent water from entering the ear canal during bathing. It also has a certain degree of noise reduction.

How to wear foam earplugs correctly and effectively?

Take the earplug with clean handsPull your ear gently up and slightly out to help open up the ear canalInsert the plug with a slight turning motion until it is well inside your ear canalIf the ear plug doesn’t seem to fit properly, remove it and try again

Why do you need to use earplugs and earmuffs?

Hearing damage is irreversible, and currently the best way to protect hearing is to wear earplugs or earmuffs.

What is ear plug?

Ear plug is a small piece of soft material, such as wax earplugs, foam earplugs, or silicone earplugs, that you put into your ear to keep out noise or water.

What are the meanings of NRR and SNR in hearing protection?

SNR: single value noise reduction value detected according to international standard ISO4969-2. It is a standard to evaluate the anti noise performance of hearing protection products by detecting the attenuation degree of HML three frequency noise. NNR: in accordance with American Standard ANSI S3 Single value noise reduction value detected by 19-1974 standard. It is a standard for measuring the anti noise performance of hearing protection products issued by the American environmental protection organization (EPA) in 1979. At present, the NRR of anti snoring ear plugs sold on the market is roughly in the range of 0-40db.