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[Complications and treatment for button battery in the nose].

OBJECTIVE: To investigate the injury of button battery to nose and discuss its management.

METHOD: Thirteen cases with button battery in nose were reviewed. After the removal of button battery, nasal cavity irrigations were carried out carefully by nasoendoscopy in all cases. Gelfoam full of erythromycin eye ointment was used to cover the injured mucous membrane.

RESULT: Among all the cases, 10 got full recovery without any complication. There are 2 cases of synechia nasal and 1 case of septum perforation.

CONCLUSION: Removal as soon as possible, careful cleaning and systemic drug are necessary. Nose bleed, septum perforation, adhesion and rhinostenosis should be noticed.

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