Anthrax is an inflammatory disease of one or both of the gyromagrosomes and is often caused by infection. How is treatment of acute sinusitis?
Treatment for sinusitis is aimed at removing edema and inflammation, increasing immunity and reducing allergic manifestations.
Treatment of acute sinusitis: general medical therapy
The course of general pharmacotherapy usually lasts seven to ten days. In case of mild to moderate disease, tablets are prescribed, in severe forms of sinusitis, as well as in diseases of the digestive system - intramuscular and intravenous injections.
In some cases, the so-called step-by-step therapy is used, in which the treatment of acute sinusitis begins with the injection of the drug, and then (with the improvement of the patient's well-being, usually on the third to fourth day), they are converted to the same preparation orally (or substitute it for a similar The drug of the same series). In each case, the doctor chooses the optimal drug, which corresponds to the disease as much as possible. Self-treatment is unacceptable here.
- Antibacterial and antiviral therapy is usually carried out with drugs that have bactericidal and bacteriostatic effects. These drugs include broad-spectrum antibiotics, anti-fungal antibiotics, sulfanilamide preparations, fluoroquinolone drugs, imidazole preparations (they are indicated in the presence of anaerobic infection).
- Antihistamines are prescribed in the presence of a patient predisposition to allergy, as well as with the expressed edema component of inflammation, intoxication.
- Anti-inflammatory therapy is used to reduce edema, improve microcirculation, increase the temperature, and also reduce pain. To this end, analgesics and anti-inflammatory non-steroid drugs are more likely to be prescribed.
- Mucolytic and muco-regulating drugs are used in the presence of a dense viscous content in the maxillary sinuses for their better emptying, for the prevention of complications, associated with the ingestion of purulent masses in adjacent organs and tissues.
- Homeopathic remedies are most often used in catarrhal (non-gynaeous) gyromagitis with good removal of the size of the sinus sinus, as well as in the presence of polyvalent allergy to antibacterial preparations of different spectrum of action, in viral diseases.
Local medication therapy for the treatment of acute sinusitis
Local therapy is aimed at reducing the effects of inflammation, removing swelling, restoring breathing through the nose, and also may have anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory effects. The preparations include the following actions: