Published over 500 scientific papers, including five monographs, four textbooks, 30 methodological guidelines;
Obtained seven patents;
Attended international congresses and conferences in Vienna, Paris, Budapest, Warsaw, Bucharest, Moscow, Kiev, Washington, etc.;
Participated in the organization of medical care for patients with acute stenotic laryngotracheitis;
Conducted extensive scientific research on acute and recurrent diseases of the middle ear and upper respiratory tract;
Mapped out a new direction in medicine by discovering the mechanisms and ways of formation of ENT organs recurrent and chronic processes in children and developed methods for the prediction of these diseases;
As a scientific leader, supervised the development of 10 PhD theses and one Doctor Habilitated dissertation in medical sciences;
Is the founder of the contemporary school of pediatric otorhinolaryngology.