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Hospitalization in a medical institution of patients with ENT pathology

often recurring nosebleeds and (or) if it is impossible to stop the bleeding, nose injury;

• phlegmons of the oral cavity and neck, making breathing difficult, if rapidly increasing choking does not require an emergency tracheostomy in place;

• with diseases requiring urgent surgical intervention (with mastoiditis, with suspected intracranial complications of purulent otitis media);

• with severe forms of inflammation of the pharynx, larynx or trachea (acute laryngeal edema, pharyngeal abscess);

• prolonged laryngitis in the presence of aphonia, parotid phlegmon, acute purulent otitis media and exacerbation of chronic purulent otitis media;

• acute and exacerbation of chronic paranasal sinusitis;

• with dysphagia;

• perichondritis of the auricle, eczema of the outer ear, phlegmonous tonsillitis and cervical lymphadenitis;

• with foreign bodies in the ENT organs,

• as well as other diseases and injuries, which require in-patient examination and treatment in a specialized department.
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Hospitalization in a medical institution of patients with ENT pathology

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