Monocytosis with nasopharyngeal edema

Anonymous, Female, One year old

Good afternoon! To the child 1,9. Have diagnosed a purulent angina. Assigned maksiklav. To process lugol and miramistin. We do inhalations with hydrocartisone + saline 1/1. I'm dribbling in the nose vibrating. What else can take the swelling of the nasopharynx? He breathes heavily, mostly with his mouth only, wheezing, eyes swollen. He does not eat anything, only drinks. Help me please! Thank you!

At this age, really with infectionsthere is persistent edema of the nasal mucosa and nasopharynx, which is difficult to cope with. At the same time, it is easier to fight with swelling in the nasal cavity than with edema in the nasopharynx (for example, the vibrocil at least temporarily removes the swelling of the nasal mucosa, but with the edema of the nasopharynx this drug is completely useless). Therefore, it is very important information how easy breathing through the nose in the child immediately after the application of vibration vibration - if breathing improves significantly, the problem of edema of the nasal mucosa is solved quickly, but if the vibration does not help in any way, the nasopharynx will have to work long and hard.

Anonymous, Female, One year old

good afternoon! thanks for the answer! Vibrozil does not help, but a feeling that only worsens the already heavy breathing.

It seems that the problem is true in the swelling of the nasopharynx. Since the age of the child is too small, all that can be offered is to increase the number of inhalations with hydrocortisone, bringing their number to either 2 or 3 per day, depending on how often you did before. With inhalations, it is better to use a mask so that the inhaled medication gets into the nasopharynx

Anonymous, Female, One year old

Thank you so much! I did 2 times a day, I will increase it up to 3 times. I do with a mask!