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Is atomization more terrible than infusion? Parents come to see the truth

 

  

With the high incidence of respiratory diseases in children, atomization has become the main treatment. As it happens, the latest news about "atomized drugs containing hormones and more terrible than infusion" circulated in the circle of friends, so many parents began to wonder: "is there any hormone in the atomization?" Is there any harm to the child?......" In response to these issues, the reporter conducted an investigation.

Hot spot analysis

Is atomization more terrible than infusion?

"Aerosol inhalation use of inhaled hormones, atomization will affect the child's growth and development?" Does inhaled hormones affect height?" Parents are questioning. Pediatric attending doctor Dong Gaiqin introduction, the following drugs are suitable for inhalation treatment: 1. glucocorticoid; 2. bronchodilator; 3. mucus solution; 4. antibacterial drugs. Dong Gaiqin said, the current commonly used budesonide is an inhaled glucocorticoid budesonide inhalation hormone at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved only for children below 4 years old. Notably, drugs such as dexamethasone, epinephrine, and isoproterenol are not recommended as aerosolized drugs.

The question for parents and worried, Dong Gaiqin explained, compared with oral medication, hormone inhalation only to the local children, inhalation amount through the respiratory tract and digestive tract into the body will soon be metabolic break down, do not cause systemic adverse reactions. Clinical trials have shown that controlled doses of hormone therapy do not affect children's growth and development.

Can atomization replace infusion completely?

"Inhalation therapy and infusion are quite different concepts," says fang. Infusion, according to reports, from July 1st last year, in addition to children's Hospital, the province's two or more hospitals will be completely discontinued outpatient outpatient intravenous infusion of antibacterial drugs. More than two hospitals in our city (except Pediatrics) will cancel the antibiotics. Antibiotic is a "double-edged sword", it saves people's lives at the same time, it also brings some side effects. Antibiotics can be used only when they are indicated. Infection and other conditions can be used. Antibiotics can be used for intravenous infusion. Encounter the following situations: available antibiotic bacterial infections are more serious, short time need not control as soon as possible; oral drugs need intravenous infusion; encountered dysphagia, severe malabsorption (such as vomiting, severe diarrhea); some drugs without oral dosage, need infusion therapy.

In the field of atomizing inhalation treatment, oxygen driven nebulization treatment and atomizing inhalation therapy are commonly used. The commonly used atomization treatment of children with respiratory disease treatment, inhalation therapy is the drug (usually hormone) through inhalation device dispersed into suspended in the fog particles or particles, by way of inhalation drug deposition in the respiratory tract.

With the high incidence of respiratory diseases in children, atomization has become the main treatment. As it happens, the latest news about "atomized drugs containing hormones and more terrible than infusion" circulated in the circle of friends, so many parents began to wonder: "is there any hormone in the atomization?" Is there any harm to the child?......" In response to these issues, the reporter conducted an investigation.

Hot spot analysis

Is atomization more terrible than infusion?

"Aerosol inhalation use of inhaled hormones, atomization will affect the child's growth and development?" Does inhaled hormones affect height?" Parents are questioning. Pediatric attending doctor Dong Gaiqin introduction, the following drugs are suitable for inhalation treatment: 1. glucocorticoid; 2. bronchodilator; 3. mucus solution; 4. antibacterial drugs. Dong Gaiqin said, the current commonly used budesonide is an inhaled glucocorticoid budesonide inhalation hormone at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved only for children below 4 years old. Notably, drugs such as dexamethasone, epinephrine, and isoproterenol are not recommended as aerosolized drugs.

The question for parents and worried, Dong Gaiqin explained, compared with oral medication, hormone inhalation only to the local children, inhalation amount through the respiratory tract and digestive tract into the body will soon be metabolic break down, do not cause systemic adverse reactions. Clinical trials have shown that controlled doses of hormone therapy do not affect children's growth and development.

Can atomization replace infusion completely?

"Inhalation therapy and infusion are quite different concepts," says fang. Infusion, according to reports, from July 1st last year, in addition to children's Hospital, the province's two or more hospitals will be completely discontinued outpatient outpatient intravenous infusion of antibacterial drugs. More than two hospitals in our city (except Pediatrics) will cancel the antibiotics. Antibiotic is a "double-edged sword", it saves people's lives at the same time, it also brings some side effects. Antibiotics can be used only when they are indicated. Infection and other conditions can be used. Antibiotics can be used for intravenous infusion. Encounter the following situations: available antibiotic bacterial infections are more serious, short time need not control as soon as possible; oral drugs need intravenous infusion; encountered dysphagia, severe malabsorption (such as vomiting, severe diarrhea); some drugs without oral dosage, need infusion therapy.

In the field of atomizing inhalation treatment, oxygen driven nebulization treatment and atomizing inhalation therapy are commonly used. The commonly used atomization treatment of children with respiratory disease treatment, inhalation therapy is the drug (usually hormone) through inhalation device dispersed into suspended in the fog particles or particles, by way of inhalation drug deposition in the respiratory tract.