endobronchitis

endobronchitis

 [en″do-brong-ki´tis]
inflammation of the epithelial lining of the bronchi.

endobronchitis

/en·do·bron·chi·tis/ (-brong-ki´tis) inflammation of the epithelial lining of the bronchi.

endobronchitis

[en′dōbrongkī′tis]
inflammation of the smaller bronchi, often caused by a bronchial mucosal infection.

endobronchitis

inflammation of the epithelial lining of the bronchi.
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The aim of this work was the improvement of the treatment results of children with purulent endobronchitis of the different etiology with using of the autotransplantation of the macrophage cell of the respirator tract with stimulation by ozonized physiologic saline.
85% fluid of ozonized sodium chloride from one of the segmental bronchus of the donor side without signs of endobronchitis and collecting of the lavage material in the silicon "trap", prepared from the disposable syringe which has volume of 20 ml.
During the bronchological investigation of patients of the all group it was diagnosed one-sided purulent endobronchitis.
In the table it is shown the cytological characteristics of BALF in children with purulent endobronchitis before (the first bronchoscopy) and after treatment (the third bronchoscopy) by use of autotransplantation with ozonized physiologic saline and in children without pathology of the respiratory tract.
So, the using of autotransplantation of the defense cells of the respirator tract and associated with them humoral factors after its stimulation by ozonized physiologic saline of sodium chloride is the effective method of treatment children with purulent endobronchitis of the different etiology and it can be recommended to use it in the pulmonological centers of the children's clinic.
The samples were categorized into 1 of 4 groups according to CF status and the bacterial/fungal load of respiratory pathogens in the BALF associated with their symptoms of endobronchitis (Table 1) (15).
For the treatment of purulent endobronchitis in NLD it is also used helium-neon laser.
The aim of the presented investigation was the improvement of the treatment results of the purulent endobronchitis in children with nonspecific lung diseases with intrabonchial use of gallium-arsenide laser.
The observation studied 29 children with purulent endobronchitis at the age from 1 to 13 years old.
During the bronchological investigation in all patients it was diagnosed purulent endobronchitis.
Thus, treatment with the use of gallium-arsenide laser is one of the acceptable and effective methods of treatment of purulent endobronchitis in children with NLD.