Teleconference "Treat respiratory diseases with respiratory diseases - is everything as unambiguous as it seems?"
Over the past two years, COVID-19 has left a huge imprint on the entire civilization. Doctors are focused on diagnosing and treating coronavirus. Often this leads to a decrease in attention to children with repeated episodes of acute respiratory viral infections, which make up the prevailing number of visits to primary care physicians in the autumn-winter period.
Therapeutic approaches for the treatment of acute respiratory viral infections are familiar to every doctor, but is everything as straightforward as it seems?
Considerable attention should be paid to the search for new approaches and new solutions in existing ones to increase the effectiveness of therapy and improve the quality of life of patients with pathology of respiratory diseases.
Almost 5 000 health care specialists have registered to participate in the Teleconference “Respiratory diseases shall be treated in respiratory organs – Is it as clear as it seems?" which was held on September 30, 2021 (Kyiv, Ukraine).
As part of the event the experts in Pediatrics, Allergology and Pulmonology have shared their experience related to management of patients with infectious and allergic diseases of airways, possibilities in causal and symptomatic treatment, and new preventive measures.
Nine main reports were offered to the participants for review and they were dealing with the following issues:
The role of respiratory cytoprotection in cases of airways diseases
The place of proteolysis inhibitors in ARVI treatment
How should modern irrigation and elimination aid look like
Recurrent obstructive bronchitis in children – the opinion of children’s pulmonologist
Use of inhaled steroids to reduce hospitalization rate in case of СOVID-19
Association of phthisiatricians and pulmonologists of Ukraine
Infectious Disease Intensive Treatment Association INCURE