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Chronic catarrhal laryngitis

The disease in most cases is a consequence of the often repeated acute inflammation of the mucous membrane of the larynx after hypothermia. In persons whose profession is associated with the load on the vocal apparatus (singers, reciters, lecturers, etc.), their long overstrain can play the main etiological role. Occupational factors such as dustiness, gas contamination, pollution of premises, etc. are also relevant.

K l and n and with to and to kartin and. A constant sign is a disorder of the voice-forming function of the larynx, manifested by rapid fatigue of the voice and varying degrees of hoarseness. Patients complain of dryness, a constant sensation of a foreign body in the larynx, which causes coughing or constant coughing.

Laryngoscopically determined congestive hyperemia of the mucous membrane of the larynx, more pronounced in the region of both vocal folds; often against such a background, dilated blood vessels are visible, the mucous membrane may be excessively moist or dry, slightly swollen, and mucus accumulates on the walls of the larynx.

D and a gnostics is based on medical history, complaints, laryngoscopic picture and clinical examination. An examination of the lungs, cardiovascular system, etc. is necessary.

Treatment: elimination of the etiological factor, patient compliance with a sparing voice mode, application of local therapy in the form of an antibiotic solution in the larynx with a suspension of hydrocortisone (4 ml of isotonic sodium chloride solution + 150 LLC ED penicillin + 250 LLC ED streptomycin + 25 mg hydrocortisone in emulsion).
This composition is poured into the larynx of 1.5-2 ml once or twice a day. The same composition is used for daily inhalations. The course of treatment lasts 10 days. With this treatment, the amount of antibiotics and hydrocortisone entering the body is extremely small, but their concentration on the surface of the mucous membrane is sufficient to provide antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory effects. In this composition, you can change antibiotics: exclude hydrocortisone, and add chymopsin (25 mg) in order to thin the mucus. In this case, you always need to find out the tolerance of all the drugs that make up the composition. Phonoelectrophoresis with augmentin and prednisone according to Kryukov-Podmazov is effective.

After this course of treatment, if necessary, inhalation with a 2% citral oil solution of 1-2 inhalations daily for 10 days can be carried out. The use of only oil and alkaline oil inhalations must be limited, since these drugs negatively affect the ciliated epithelium, inhibiting and completely ceasing its function, and alkali, in addition, inhibits the function of the mucous and goblet glands embedded in the mucous membrane of the upper respiratory tract.

A large role in the fight against chronic catarrhal laryngitis should be assigned to climatotherapy, as favorable climatic conditions contribute to the elimination of the catarrhal process.

P r about gn oz favorable with adequate therapy; otherwise, a transition to a hyperplastic or atrophic form is possible.
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Chronic catarrhal laryngitis

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