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Beware of upper respiratory infections!
When the child starts daycare or school, there is also an increase in upper respiratory tract infections. Flu, flu, middle ear inflammation, rhinitis, sinusitis, tonsillitis and inflammation of the flesh in this period, such as waiting for the child's upper respiratory diseases sometimes can have serious consequences.
Viruses are the cause of 70 percent of upper respiratory diseases. In other words, without the use of antibiotics, the child's nutrition, fluid intake and fever can be avoided. For protection, children who attend daycare and school can receive the flu vaccine. The respiratory system is the most susceptible to infections in children. Respiratory tract infections are the most common infectious diseases of childhood. In the preschool period, a child has an average of 6-8 respiratory infections per year.
The majority of these infections heal on their own, but some types such as bronchiolitis or epiglottitis may be life-threatening. It can occur in different ways; mild and febrile flu, pneumonia can be different infections. Flu, pharyngitis, pharyngitis, otitis media and sinusitis are common infections of the upper respiratory tract. Bacteria are responsible for 30 percent of upper respiratory tract infections. And 90 percent of these diseases are caused by three important bacteria. One of them is hemophilus influenza B (HIB), the other is pneumococci group and the third is a germ called moraxsella. Vaccination is also a very important method to prevent bacterial infections. Although vaccination does not completely prevent infections, it allows for fewer and lighter infections. In many countries there is a vaccine that has been included in the routine vaccine schedule.
Who is in the risk group?
Children in the nursery, kept in crowded environments for a long time, premature children; growth and developmental retardation, heart disease, children with immunodeficiency and bedridden patients in the family, children who have chemotherapy at home relatives, children of health personnel are the risk group.
Inflammation of the middle ear
One of the most common upper respiratory diseases in children after influenza and influenza is inflammation of the middle ear that can cause serious consequences if left untreated. In particular, children who attend daycare or school can often have upper respiratory tract infections because their immune systems do not develop very well, their anatomy does not develop very well, and they often encounter microbes. These infections cause fluid accumulation in the middle ear and inflammation of the middle ear.
Inflammation of the middle ear usually develops after a child has had a cold during the last 10 days. Continuous tugging and scratching, restlessness, decreased appetite and changes in sleep patterns; discharge from the ear, high fever, balance disorders in long-term situations, frequent falls, bumps, clumsiness, gait-to-speech delay, lack of understanding of the child's speech should suggest middle ear inflammation. If left untreated, middle ear infections can adversely affect the child's language and social development and may cause permanent hearing loss.
Without rhinitis (nasal inflammation) sinusitis (sinus inflammation), without sinusitis without rhinitis. In fact, the nose and sinuses are covered with the same tissues. One inflammation results in the other being affected. That's why we call them rhinosinusitis. There is a misconception that children in the community do not have sinuses and therefore cannot have sinusitis. However, the cheek sinuses developed when children were born. Children who attend day care centers often have rhinitis and sinusitis, especially in winter. Noses flow. Mostly we allow it. Because, if we attempt to treat every child who has had an infection, every child with a runny nose, the next infection will create the same thing for the child. If the child does not have a nose in the kindergarten, the child will have a nose in primary school. Antibiotic treatment is given if rhinosinusitis lasts long. Surgical intervention may be necessary for rhinosinusitis who do not respond to treatment.
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