LOCAL COMPLEX TREATMENT EXPERIENCE FOR PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC PURULENT OTITIS MEDIA
In this article, we have analyzed the results of the application of the combined solution of decasan and ozone-oxygen mixture, as a local conservative treatment, for 135 patients with acute exacerbation of chronic purulent medial otitis (CPOM). Its use increases the effectiveness of treatment and reduces time. The study of long-term results has shown persistence of sustained remission in 91,4% of patients.
A comparative analysis of traditional treatments and topical administration of antiseptic 0.002 % solution of “Dekasan” (dekametansin), in combination with ozone-oxygen mixture in patients with suppurative otitis media, was carried out. The analysis was conducted using ozone-oxygen mixture along with a local irrigation of middle ear cavity with “Dekasan.”
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