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Physiology of hearing and hearing loss

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33 out of 39
 

All are ototoxic drugs except: (LQ)



A Streptomycin
B Quinine

C Diuretics
D Propanolol

Ans. D propranolol

Ototoxic Drugs

Class

Examples

Predominant ototoxic effects

1. Antimalarial

Quinine

Temporary hearing loss, tinnitus

2. Analgesia, Antipyretics

Aspirin

Temporary hearing loss, tinnitus

3. Aminoglycoside

Amikacin, gentamicin, kanamycin, streptomycin, Neomycin, netilmicin, tobramycin, ispamicin

Permanent hearing loss and lor vestibular injury

4. Antineoplastics

CisplatinlCarboplatin

Permanent hearing loss and lor vestibular injury

5. Diuretics

Ethacrynic acid, furosemide

Temporary hearing loss

6. Industrial solvents

Toluene benzene

Permanent hearing loss in animals, inconclusive evidence in man.

7. Polypeptide antibiotics

Viomycin, vancomycin

Permanent vestibular injury and I or hearing

loss

8. Macrolide antibiotics

Erythromycin, azithromycin ciarithromycin

Temporary hearing loss

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