ENT organs are important for a child’s normal adaptation in life because they help to perceive sounds, smells, tastes. Disruption of these organs negatively affects the organism.
ENT doctor should examine your child after the birth and at the age of 3, 6, 9 months.
Otolaryngology diagnoses, treats and prevents the diseases of the ear, nose, and throat. ENT cures rhinitis, sinusitis, sinusitis, otitis media, traumatic injuries, pharyngitis, laryngitis, tonsillitis, allergic rhinitis and even snoring. The pediatric ENT specialist is involved in the prevention and treatment of children’s ears, throat, and nose.
Contact your pediatric ENT doctor if your child has these symptoms:
- frequent or prolonged rhinitis;
- the decrease in sense of smell and hearing;
- a sore throat;
- respiratory failure, snoring;
- prolonged cough;
- pus in the ears;
- problems with pronunciation, hoarse voice;
- frequent colds, fever;
- general weakness, headache.
Diseases of ENT organs can have an acute or chronic course. This is the most common type of disease among children and adults, as they are caused by seasonal colds, flu, bronchitis, or injuries. Disorders in the one organ often cause illness of another. In the case of self-treatment, diseases can lead to complications.