alexa Bacterial Rhino sinusitis in children

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Bacterial Rhino sinusitis in children

Meta Description: The most common bacterial pathogens causing these complications are the same causative agents which are responsible for acute and chronic rhinosinusitis. Prevention of these bacterial complications and the early diagnoses are of major importance.
 
Rhino sinusitis sometimes can lead to systemic and local complications. Most of the local complications are linked to the paranasal sinuses and other structures of the head, neck and chest. The exact rates of these complications remain unknown, but they occur in the patients who are hospitalized for rhino sinusitis. Sinus infection can spread through by veins or by direct extension to nearby structures.
 
The most common bacterial pathogens causing these complications are the same causative agents which are responsible for acute and chronic rhinosinusitis. Prevention of these bacterial complications and the early diagnoses are of major importance. Computed tomography and nuclear isotope scanning are playing vital role in diagnosis. Administering appropriate antimicrobial therapy, obtaining sinus cultures from patients are the best methods for the diagnosis. These cultures will provide information to prepare appropriate anti-microbial drug.
 
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