RISK FACTORS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF BRONCHIAL OBSTRUCTION SYNDROME IN CHILDREN WITH RECURRENT BRONCHITIS
The aim of our study was to determine the risk factors for the formation of recurrent bronchial obstruction based on the obstetric and somatic history of mothers. The material for the study was children with recurrent bronchial obstruction (RBO)at the age of 1 to 15 years. The results of the study showed that children with a high frequency of ARVI are at risk for developing RBO. Anemia and ARVI in mothers during pregnancy, as well as asphyxia in childbirth, is a prognostic unfavorable factor for the development of recurrent bronchitis in children in the future. Prematurity, previous abortions, the presence of concomitant chronic ENT pathologies and allergic diseases are unfavorable factors for the development of a recurrent course of bronchial obstruction syndrome.