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Infantile Hearing Organ

Immune Status




Improvement in Function of the Infantile Hearing Organ in Children Suffering from Radiation Sickness
Under investigation were 44 children with ra­dia­tion sickness at the age of 4-14 years with pathologies of the ear – developed from sup­pu­ra­tive otitis media, chronic secretory otitis media as well as tubal disorders and chronic exsudative otitis media.

The children were treated with MRT-Music® for 8-12 days, each day 1 or 2 times per cd and headphones. Listening time was not limited and depended on the wish of the children.

For the children below six years of age the treatment time averaged 30 minutes, most of the children at the age 13 / 14 years wanted to listen to the whole piece (70 minutes). Next to the treatment with MRT-Music® the children received different vitamin b’s, spasmolytica, dis­in­fect­ing preparations and biostimulators.


In 57% of the children with tubal disorder the negative pressure reduced by 15 mm – an in­di­rect sign of a better functioning of the hear­ing organ.
Audiograms and impedancometry documented a clear improvement in sound-transmission capability, which was subjectively confirmed by the children.

In 5% of the measurements of the children with conductive deafness we could see by the help of the topolic audiogram a reduced bone-air interval by 10-15dB, which indicates a better hearing ability.

Every third child at the age till 5 years had an exsudative atrophy in the tympanum. In one child a reduction could be found.



Dr. med. Elena Merkulowa

With kind permission of AAR EDITION INTERNATIONAL

Subject to change in the interests of scientific advancement.