Острый средний отит у детей


С.Я. Косяков, А.И. Кирдеева

Кафедра оториноларингологии ФГБОУ ДПО РМАНПО Минздрава России, Москва
Данные литературы свидетельствуют о гипердиагностике острого среднего отита (ОСО). Использование клинических рекомендаций, основанных на принципах доказательной медицины, позволяют точно диагностировать заболевание и избегать необоснованного назначения антибактериальных препаратов. К методам инструментальной диагностики ОСО относят пневматическую отоскопию, тимпанометрию и спектральную акустическую градиентную рефлектометрию. Антибактериальная и симптоматическая терапия, включающая анальгетики, антипиретики, нивелирует общие и местные симптомы заболевания в течение 48–72 часов. Среди возможных осложнений ОСО у детей стоит выделить стойкое снижение слуха, представляющее большую социальную значимость в связи с влиянием на развитие речи и обучение.

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А.И. Кирдеева – аспирант кафедры оториноларингологии ФГБОУ ДПО РМАНПО Минздрава России, Москва; e-mail: Alena-Kirdeeva@mail.ru


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