Middle ear inflammation – otitis media

Characteristics of middle ear inflammation (otitis media): Common cold, runny nose and other uncomplicated upper respiratory tract diseases (URTD) are the main cause of infectious morbidity among people around the world. Rhinitis, conjunctivitis and other catarrhal diseases, especially those which are caused by human rhinoviruses, repeatedly predispose affected individuals to severe secondary complications.

The most frequently occurring diseases in children are
otitis media, sinusitis, exacerbation of spastic bronchitis, asthma, and cystic fibrosis with the involvement of the lower respiratory tract. Infections caused by rhinoviruses are particularly severe in the elderly, residents of homes for senior citizens, transplant recipients, infants and young children.

Blockage of the Eustachian tube due to viral disease impairs the drainage of mucous from the middle ear and induces an inflammatory process in the middle ear, allowing the development of bacterial complications. In addition, rhinovirus infection is a negative factor during the antibiotic treatment of otitis media (Nouza).

Application of magnetic therapy in middle ear inflammation (otitis media)

In middle ear inflammation, treatment programs are applied topically at a frequency range of 2-25 Hz to the sinuses and neck, preferably using a solenoid or local applicator.

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