Wuhan Yaxin General Hospital 430056, China
Objective: To study and analyze the clinical effect of Bao Er Ning Decoction in the remission period of children's recurrent respiratory tract infection. Methods: 100 children with recurrent respiratory tract infection in remission periodwere randomly selected from Dec 2018 to Dec .2019, which were divided into twogroups: regular group and research group,50 cases in each group. The regular groupwas treated with levamizopine orally, and the research group was treated with Baoerning Decoction. To analyze and compare the overall clinical efficacy, number of infections, and adverse reactions of each group. Results: the overall efficacy of the research group was higher than that of the regular group (P<0.05); the number of infections in the research group was significantly lower than regular group (P<0.05); there was no difference in adverse reactions of the two groups(P > 0.05). Conclusion: Bao Er Ning decoction is more effective for children with recurrent respiratory tract infection in remission period. the number of children with recurrent respiratory tract infection after treatment is significantly reduced, and the safety of Baoerning decoction is high, which is worthy of clinical promotion.
Bao Er Ning Decoction; children; repeated respiratory tract infection; clinical effect
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