CHANGES IN LOCAL MUSCOSAL IMMUNITY OF THE UPPER RESPIRATORY TRAINS ON THE BACKGROUND OF ACUTE RESPIRATORY VIRAL INFECTIONS
Makhamadaminova Sh.A., Kodirov Sh.Sh., *Ismailova A. A. and Khasanov U. S.
According to a number of researchers, the incidence of chronic recurrent pathology on the part of ENT organs is 30-40%. This is determined by both a decrease in local immunity and inadequate etiopathogenetic therapy. The attitude of doctors to the use of antibiotics for acute respiratory inflammatory processes in different countries of the world is not the same.
The study of the relationship in the system of micro- and macroorganisms in ARVI, with the involvement of the upper respiratory tract, the assessment of the local and systemic immune response to the infectious process is a relevant scientific and practical research that will allow the development and presentation of therapy regimens with the differentiated use of immunomodulatory agents.
Keywords: local mucosal immunity, upper respiratory tract, innate immunity, nonspecific immunity, acute respiratory viral infections.
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