Treatment of maxillary sinusitis with antibiotics is important in time!
Mar 10, 2018
Genyantritis often develops as a complication after a common cold, and other diseases of the respiratory system of viral and infectious origin. About the diagnosis of genyantritis is worth thinking about when the runny nose, that is, the discharge from the nose does not pass within a week.
Often there are also headaches, unpleasant sensations in the nasopharynx, as sometimes pains in other parts of the face may appear. If there is a purulent gravisitis - antibiotic treatment should be prescribed as early as possible, at the initial stage with the appearance of the first symptoms.
Acute antritis - when antibiotics are needed
When developing acute maxillary sinusitis with antibiotics and other antibacterial agents should be used only when: the bacterial nature of the disease is proven by the
- and its causative agent is identified( with the definition of antibiotic sensitivity);
- has signs of damage not only to the airway of the upper jaw, but also to the sinuses of the frontal bone, the latticed labyrinth and the wedge-shaped( basic) bone;
- is highly likely to develop purulent maxillary sinusitis - in people with weakened immune system, in children older than 7 years( before this age, the accessory sinuses are not yet developed and their inflammation is impossible);
- has chronic diseases.
Treatment of the chronic form of the disease
The chronic form of the disease is difficult to diagnose, since it does not have a pronounced symptomatology. One of the main signs of maxillary sinusitis of this type is not a passing cold. Pain sensations can occur in different parts of the face, be as constant or appear sporadically.
The chronic form of treatment requires, respectively, symptomatology, often with exacerbations of the disease, there is an increase in body temperature, memory impairment, mental capacity and overall performance decline. Modern medicine offers many options for the treatment of this disease.
Puncture of the maxillary sinus is used in exceptional cases, when there is a lot of pus, it is too thick or hardened and does not pass through the natural tubules. Treatment without a puncture is something that almost all patients and many doctors seek. The basis of this therapy is often antibiotics, as an auxiliary measure used physiotherapy methods, traditional medicine, pharmacological drugs for the removal of specific symptoms( symptomatic therapy).
How to cure sinusitis with antibiotics?
Respiratory disorders in sinusitis due to sinus inflammation. Often there is swelling and pus during this process. If diagnosed, treatment of maxillary sinusitis with antibiotics can bear fruit and prevent surgical intervention.
For the sake of justice it is worth noting that antibiotics in this disease are not always a panacea. Ideally, tablets for the treatment of sinusitis should be prescribed after the cause of the disease is established.
Rare antibiotics are prescribed in the initial uncomplicated form of the disease. In this period, the probability of the viral nature of the disease is high. Antibiotics, as a medicine for sinusitis, are effective only in the bacterial form of the disease.
The main symptoms of this form of the disease are itching in the sinuses and the appearance of pus. More often the form of the disease is diagnosed by its duration. If the symptomatology persists for at least a week, the probability of its bacteriological nature is highest.
What antibiotics to drink and how to supplement treatment? All drugs used in this disease have a similar effect. The purpose of a particular remedy is often based on the personal experience of the particular doctor.
The most popular new generation tablets are Sietrolide and Macroben. Both drugs have such a strong effect that they start acting in the first day, and the result from their administration can already be assessed after 3-4 days.
Old drugs for the treatment of sinusitis of this category also allow you to notice the positive dynamics quite quickly. The most popular among the time-tested funds - Ampicillin, Amoxicillin and Cephalexin.
How to choose a medicine?
Often, a specialist chooses a drug in accordance with the course of the disease. In acute inflammation, diagnosis can be made solely through a detailed study of the symptoms of the disease. If the sinusitis proceeds in a chronic form, it is possible to carry out studies to accurately diagnose the nature of the disease.
Treatment of this disease in children with antibiotics is prescribed exclusively in advanced chronic stages of the disease. The drug is selected in a convenient form of release. The most modern means, this is, as a rule, tablets.
Among the classic antibiotics there are also drops in the nose, and sprays and even various ointments. If you are diagnosed with catarrhal sinusitis - treatment can be carried out not by a complex of means, but by a single wide-spectrum drug.
In addition, good results are provided by traditional medicine. Complex treatment may include the use of antibiotics, other pharmaceuticals, the use of inhalations, compresses and rinses according to folk recipes.
If conservative( non-surgical) therapy does not produce results over a long period of time, symptoms of deterioration or any signs of complications develop, a puncture technique may be needed. However, in our days this procedure is not used as a curative procedure as often. Treatment with antibiotics and auxiliaries is almost always effective.