Otitis

ENT
Consultation of an ENT
1 000 UAH
Follow-up consultation of an ENT
900 UAH
Earwax removal by rinsing (1 side)
300 UAH
Politzer auditory tube pressure equalisation method
300 UAH
Gauze turunda application with medications
350 UAH
Cleansing of nose cavity
400 UAH
Cleansing of ear
400 UAH
Application of medicines in the nasal cavity (Proetz method)
400 UAH
Treatment of nose / pharynx / larynx by medications (without the cost of medicines )
300 UAH
Removal of foreign body (ENT)
1 500 UAH
Irrigation of the tonsillary lacunes (without cost of medications)
400 UAH
Injection into turbinates (without cost of medications)
200 UAH
Nose/ear furuncule incision (with anesthesia)
2 000 UAH
Incision of an abscess of the ENT(with anesthesia)
2 000 UAH
Paracentesis of the tympanic membrane (with anesthesia)
2 000 UAH
Removal of benign tumors of the ENT (with anesthesia)
4 000 UAH
Anterior or posterior nasal packing by gauze swabs
700 UAH
Suturing in ENT
400 UAH
Inhalation, 1 session (w/o cost of medications)
200 UAH
Chemocaustics of the nasal septum vessels
500 UAH
Blockade of the inferior nasal turbinates with medications administration
300 UAH
Diathermocoagulation of nasal vessels
2 000 UAH
Dissection of purulent pharynx follicle (with anasthesia)
2 600 UAH
Nasal fracture reduction
1 800 UAH
Еndoscopic examination of ENT organs
400 UAH

Otitis

Otitis is an inflammation of the outer or middle ear.

The middle ear becomes inflamed because of previous rhinitis or sinusitis. Otitis externa occurs due to damage to the auditory canal, prolonged exposure to open water, reduced immunity or a history of chronic illnesses.

 

Symptoms of otitis

  • earache;
  • discharge from the ear canal;
  • increase in body temperature;
  • swelling in the ear area;
  • pain gets worse in the evening or at night;
  • hearing loss;
  • ear buzzing.

Treatment of otitis

Attempts to self-treat otitis with folk remedies, unwillingness to go to the doctor, ignoring symptoms are all fraught with serious complications up to hearing loss, the development of intracranial purulent sites and even death.

Treatment should be timely, comprehensive and supervised by a doctor. Only the doctor determines which medications the patient needs in the fight against otitis: antibiotics, anti-inflammatory, or hormonal drugs. When relief is achieved during treatment, it is important not to abandon treatment, as otitis may return. Only the doctor can adjust the treatment regimen. The doctor also gives advice on the prevention of otitis once you have recovered.

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Kostanopulo Olena
Kostanopulo Olena
Family Physician, Gastroenterologist
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Ostapenko Lesia
Ostapenko Lesia
Therapist, Family Physician, Gastroenterologist, expert in the treatment of infectious diseases
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