Flu is an infectious disease involving an inflammatory lesion of the pharyngeal tonsils. In the role of pathogens are pneumococci, hemolytic streptococci, staphylococci, or mixed microflora. Harmful microorganisms can penetrate into the tissues of the tonsils as externally (aerosol, food by) and inside (from the paranasal sinuses, cavities or from the nasal cavity).
The main symptoms and manifestations of angina caused by the penetration of waste products harmful microflora in the blood of the patient. Toxins secreted by microbes can affect the cardiovascular system, Central nervous system, to trigger the occurrence of glomerulonephritis and rheumatic fever. The likelihood of complications increases significantly with frequent recurrence of angina.
The symptoms of angina
For angina is characterized by acute, sudden onset with hyperthermia, pain when swallowing, chills and lymphadenitis. Depending on the nature of the lesion pharyngeal tonsils there are four forms of the disease:
• catarrhal (bright redness of the palate, pharynx, fever, mild intoxication);
• lacunar (infiltration, swelling of the tonsils, enlargement and severe hyperemia gaps, purulent deposits in the area of injury, severe intoxication, hyperthermia);
• follicular (pronounced swelling and hypertrophy of the tonsils, suppuration of the follicle, hyperthermia and severe intoxication);
• necrotic severe intoxication, confusion, fever, vomiting, appearance of thick greenish-yellow or gray coating on the surface of the tonsils).
Identify any signs of angina is the reason for seeking care and early comprehensive treatment.
Treatment of angina
Most often the treatment of angina is performed on an outpatient basis. The treatment program includes:
• special diet, rich hot drink;
• local application bioparox, farinheit, gramicidin and other drugs;
• gargling with antiseptic means and herbal decoctions.
With proper and responsible approach to the treatment of the recovery of the patient comes through the week.