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Rhinological condition in pregnancy. A clinical prospective study

D. Safta, L. Mitran, D. Mirea, M. Mitran

Abstract: The study aims at achieving some diagnostic and therapeutic protocols for the rhinological conditions in pregnancy. The prospective study was conducted over a period of five years (January 2005 - May 2010) on pregnant women registered at “Prof. Dr. Panait Sârbu” Clinical Hospital of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Bucharest. Out of the 24,518 births, addressability to the ENT Department from Elias Clinical Emergency Hospital was as follows: 311 with conditions of moderate or high gravity, out of which 242 were rhinological ones. Diagnostic and therapeutic protocols were established for the 4 rhinological conditions common in pregnancy (rhinitis, rhinosinusitis, allergic rhinitis, and epistaxis), according to the result of some randomized studies from abroad. The rhinological conditions have the highest frequency in pregnancy. The protocols applied have some characteristics stemming from the association with pregnancy.

Keywords: rhinological conditions, pregnancy, diagnostic, therapeutic protocols

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