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EXPERIENCE IN MANAGING ACUTE BRONCHITIS IN CHILDREN IN OUTPATIENT SETTINGS


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There are presented data of a prospective three-year follow-up study of patients with acute bronchitis (OB) at the pediatric site. The calculated population prevalence rate of acute bronchitis in children amounted to 74-96/ 1000 children. The tactics of various methods of the treatment of acute acute bronchitis (acute bronchitis) and acute obstructive bronchitis (OOB) in two adjacent pediatric areas were evaluated. The authors found no significant differences in the duration of arresting wheezing and dyspnea in simple bronchitis with antibiotics as compared with saline inhalations in two compared groups. According to the criterion “disappearance of wheezing” there was shown the efficacy of a 3% solution of sodium chloride (the main group) if compared with the use of antibiotic and berodual in the comparison group. Antibacterial therapy was required in 15% of cases for children suffered from acute bronchitis with concomitant urinary tract infections, acute otitis media, chlamydia and mycoplasmal infection.


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