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Professor Yu. Aleksandrovich (1), MD; Professor S. Karpishchenko (1, 2), MD; V. Kopylov (1, 4), S. Alekseenko (3, 4), Candidate of Medical Sciences; A. Muratov (4); P. Muratov (4) 1-Saint Petersburg State Pediatric Medical University 2-Acad. I.P. Pavlov First Saint Petersburg State Medical University 3-I.I. Mechnikov North-Western State Medical University, Saint Petersburg 4-K.A. Raukhfus City Children’s Hospital Nineteen, Saint Petersburg

Childhood ENT diseases occupy one of the leading places in the structure of morbidity. A number of ENT diseases require surgical treatment. One of the primary tasks of a pediatric ENT surgery operator is to provide reliable hemostasis and to reduce surgical field hemorrhage. Capillary bleeding is of importance during surgery using endoscopic or microscopic equipment. Reduced bleeding of small vessels can be achieved with infiltration anesthesia added by vasoconstrictors and with controlled hypotension.

ENT surgery in children
controlled hypertension

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