Dynamics of Recovery of Functions of the Nasal Cavity in Patients with Aspirin-Intolerant Polypous Rhinosinusitis in the Postoperative Period
Surgical interventions in the nasal cavity are accompanied by reactive phenomena in the postoperative period. On their background the process of physiological regeneration is disorganized resulting in impaired physiological functions of the nasal cavity.
The objective of the research was to study the recovery process of the main physiological functions of the nasal cavity in patients with aspirin-intolerant polypous rhinosinusitis in the postoperative period.
Materials and methods. 80 patients with aspirin-intolerant polypous rhinosinusitis at the age of 24-57 years were operated on.All the patients were divided into 2 groups: the control group included 30 patients; the main group comprised 50 patients.Patients of the control group received nasal cavity cleaning, nasal mucosa anemisation, irrigation therapy since the first day of the postoperative period.Patients of the main group received an herbal drug BNO-101 additionally. The effectiveness was assessed on the 3rd, 7th and 10th days of treatment.
Results. The postoperative rehabilitation with the inclusion of botanical preparation BNO-101 provided a significant improvement of nasal breathing, mucociliary transport rate and indicators of nasal peak flowmetry compared to the control group. Despite subjective improvement of nasal breathing the indicators of the peak expiratory flow rate in the main group were 34.2% lower than the norm while in the control group they were 54.7% lower than normal ones thereby justifying further treatment.
Conclusions. The postoperative rehabilitation of patients with aspirin-intolerant polypous rhinosinusitis provided more rapid improvement of the main functions of the nasal cavity compared to the control group.
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