Clinical effect of Budesonide Suspension Atomization Inhalation in the Treatment of Chronic Rhinitis

  • Chunmei Tu
Keywords: Budesonide Suspension, Atomization Inhalation, Chronic Rhinitis, Microscopic Study


With the rapid economic growth and environmental damage, which has led to a rapid decline in air quality, haze
weather is increasingly appearing in people's eyes, coupled with the increase in food types, which has greatly
enhanced organ sensitization. Especially rhinitis, more and more people are deeply affected by it, traditional
treatment methods and cannot solve the current situation. On the other hand, the use of microscopes in the
medical field is constantly deepening, playing an increasingly important role. Therefore, the analysis of clinical
effects of budesonide suspension nebulization in the treatment of chronic rhinitis is essential. The purpose of
this article is to solve the current situation of low efficiency in the application of glucocorticoids in the treatment
of rhinitis. The study of the clinical effect analysis of inhalation of budesonide suspension in the treatment of
chronic rhinitis uses glucocorticoids, antibiotics, budesonide Comparison of the efficacy of the suspension.
Microscopic experiments were performed on it through the microscope to observe the pathological conditions of
the sinuses and nasal mucosa. The same evaluation indicators were set for the three to measure the advantages
and disadvantages of the three methods. Finally, budesonide suspension was obtained. Clinical effect analysis of
nebulized inhalation in the treatment of chronic rhinitis. The results of the study showed that the efficacy of the
three groups of nebulized inhalations after 5 days was compared. Among the patients in the observation group,
20 cases were markedly effective and the effective rate was 80%; 4 cases were effective and the effective rate
was 16%; 1 case was ineffective and the ineffective rate was 4 %; Among the 25 patients in the antibiotic group,
17 cases were significantly effective, 4 cases were effective, and 5 cases were ineffective; in the glucocorticoid
group, 13 cases were effective, 10 cases were effective, and 4 cases were ineffective. The results show that
budesonide has a good effect.