Aspirin abolishes spontaneous oto-acoustic emissions.

@article{McFadden1984AspirinAS,
  title={Aspirin abolishes spontaneous oto-acoustic emissions.},
  author={Dennis McFadden and H S Plattsmier},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={1984},
  volume={76 2},
  pages={443-8}
}
Spontaneous oto-acoustic emissions (OAEs) were measured prior to, during, and following administration of aspirin. The dose schedule was three 325-mg tablets every 6 h for a total of 16 doses (3.75 days). In every subject studied, all spontaneous OAEs gradually diminished and then disappeared during the drug regimen. Emissions that were initially small disappeared within 14-20 h of beginning the drug regimen (3-4 doses), while initially large emissions took 40-70 h (7-12 doses) to disappear… CONTINUE READING

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