The Future of Education

Edition 14

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Results of One of the Tympanoplasty Methods and their Implementation in Residents’ Training.

Ulugbek Mukhitdinov, Tashkent Pediatric Medical Institute, Associate Professor (Uzbekistan)

Mukhitdinova Robiyahon, Uzbek State World Languages University,Student (Uzbekistan)


The scientific article is devoted to strategic ways of developing the human resources potential of higher education, in particular,  Innovations in Health Care Education in the Republic of Uzbekistan. The teacher plays an important role in the practical education of young specialists. In this article, a resident teacher is involved in the practical process. The quality of health care is increasingly dependent on human potential, especially the teacher. Their knowledge and skills in planning, organizing, directing and controlling practical skills are a key factors in the effectiveness of health care.

The purpose of this work is to perform tympanoplasty in patients with chronic perforated otitis media, as well as to implement the results obtained in the learning process. In order to train competent specialists who are ready to independently form the practical thinking of professional development into training, it was necessary to introduce the task of restoring the air anatomical and physiological function of the middle ear using various types of autografts and use this practice as a theory in teaching residents to improve their skills in treating patients with chronic perforated otitis media.

Using the results of tympanoplasty of 204 patients aged 10 to 50 years with chronic perforative otitis media, who were hospitalized in the ENT department of the TashPMI clinic, before and after type I-III tympanoplasty, an analysis were carried out using the data obtained, used during the training period.

The anatomical efficiency of type I-III tympanoplasty in patients of group I by the endaural approach after surgery reached 94%, in group II 91% and in group III 85%. The results obtained indicate that the widespread use of an autograft (perchondrium with cartilage) in type I-III tympanoplasty will improve the quality of surgical indicators, which will allow residents to increase their knowledge and skills based on existing experience and improve the system of Health Care Education in the formation of competencies of future university graduates.

Keywords: advanced training, Health Care Education, chronic perforated otitis media, autograft, tympanoplasty.


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