Acute pain in the throat, or faringotraheit often accompanied by respiratory diseases in children.
On examination of the pharynx visualized redness its rear wall as well as swelling and mucus thereon.
Some parents may ignore faringotraheit, considering it is not a very serious disease, as a result he gets acute, and then chronic.
Symptoms of acute faringotraheita
The main causes of child pharyngitis arebacteria, viruses, allergies and even fungal organisms. Also, its development may provoke gastrointestinal disorders accompanied by vomiting with gastric juice, which irritate the throat and cause its inflammation. In acute faringotraheite child complains of itching, burning or pain in the throat, slight fever.
The course of the disease often depends on the age of the little patients - younger than he, the heavier flows faringotraheit.
Children pharyngitis accompanied by tearfulness,apathy, whims, poor appetite and restless sleep. Some days the child may cough slightly, in addition, possible accession to faringotraheitu angina or adenoiditis. To diagnose the disease should be a pediatrician, who will examine the throat and may appoint smears for bacteriological examination.
Treatment of acute faringotraheita
Acute faringotraheit can be treated like Laura,as well as at home. If the disease occurs without complications, it lends itself well to the usual symptomatic treatment in the form of abundant warm drink of herbs and milk with honey, sparing diet, and warming compresses with warm scarf. From the mucous plaque on the walls of the pharynx can help get rid of alkaline rinse performed every 3-4 hours.
It is also possible to do a warm foot bath, but at elevated temperatures it is absolutely contraindicated.
In the course of treatment is necessary to irrigate the throatuse pharmaceutical antibacterial agents are selected according to the age and degree of inflammation of the throat. Irrigation should be alternated with a rinse, as well as complementary data inhalation treatments using herbs and aromatic oils.
Treatment with antibiotics for acute childhoodfaringotraheite doctors prescribe with caution. Such therapy is carried out with an eye on the baby's age and the presence / absence of allergy to the antibiotic components. Typically, appropriate antibiotic drugs in infectious faringotraheite. Also good effect give sprays, but they should be used for small children very carefully, because the sharp injection of fluid can cause asphyxiation. To avoid this, a stream of the drug should be directed toward the cheek rather than the larynx.