An observational retrospective study on prevalence of tonsillitis in children below 15 years
Author(s): Aiswarya Sekhar, PR Sisir and Lekshmi B
Abstract: Tonsillitis is a common upper respiratory tract infection among children in school. Predictable therapy options are usually conservative because this ailment is self-limiting. In diagnosis of acute upper respiratory tract infections in children, homoeopathic medicines are a functional alternative to conventional pharmaceuticals, offering quicker symptoms resolution, cost-effectiveness, and less side effects. This study meant to determine the efficacy of homoeopathic medicines on the symptoms of tonsillitis in children below 15 years. The results of this study concluded that tonsillitis is more prevalent in male children between 10-15 year of age, and the leading remedies were Streptococcinum and Belladonna which gave a long standing improvement in the condition among children.
Aiswarya Sekhar, PR Sisir, Lekshmi B. An observational retrospective study on prevalence of tonsillitis in children below 15 years. Int J Hom Sci 2022;6(2):354-356. DOI: 10.33545/26164485.2022.v6.i2f.584