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triethanolamine polypeptide oleate - otic, Cerumenex

GENERIC NAME: TRIETHANOLAMINE POLYPEPTIDE OLEATE - OTIC (try-ETH-a-nol-a-meen pall-ee-PEP-tide OH-lee-ate)

BRAND NAME(S): Cerumenex

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USES: This medication is also known as trolamine polypeptide oleate. It is used to remove earwax buildup before an ear examination, treatment, or hearing test. This product helps to soften and loosen earwax, making it easier to remove. Too much earwax can block the ear canal and reduce hearing. This medication should not be used regularly to remove earwax or clean the ears.




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