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03.05.2021 | Operationen an den Nasennebenhöhlen | CME

Postoperative Versorgung bei Nasennebenhöhleneingriffen

verfasst von: Prof. Dr. Thomas S. Kühnel, Werner G. Hosemann, Rainer Weber

Erschienen in: HNO | Ausgabe 6/2021

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Zusammenfassung

Die postoperative Behandlung stellt einen entscheidenden Aspekt für den Erfolg von Nasennebenhöhleneingriffen dar. Zu den grundlegenden Maßnahmen gehören Nasenspülungen mit Salzlösung, mit denen bereits am ersten postoperativen Tag begonnen werden sollte, die topische Steroidapplikation und die Gabe von Antibiotika im Fall einer Infektion. Zur ärztlichen Versorgung gehört das Absaugen des unteren Nasengangs in der ersten Woche. Die Krustenentfernung im Op.-Bereich sollte unter endoskopischer Kontrolle in der zweiten Woche beginnen. Dabei werden die Intervalle individuell festgelegt. Die Okklusion der Nase für die Zeit der Epithelregeneration hält den ethmoidalen Raum feucht, was zu einer besseren Wundheilung führt.
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Metadaten
Titel
Postoperative Versorgung bei Nasennebenhöhleneingriffen
verfasst von
Prof. Dr. Thomas S. Kühnel
Werner G. Hosemann
Rainer Weber
Publikationsdatum
03.05.2021

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