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Dr. Brian Rotenberg MD MPH FRCSC

Dr. Brian Rotenberg, MD MPH FRCSC
Professor, Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery
Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry
Western University

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Superior deposition in the middle and posterior regions of the nose

"Delivery of corticosteroids, antibiotics and other medications to the middle and posterior regions in the nose is critical in improved outcomes for pre and post-operative patients. I was struck by the evidence that NasoNeb's system delivers up to 51% more medication in the middle and 100% more in the posterior region. Commonly used rinse bottles and spray pumps just don't often reach the middle meatus, the most important area for medication delivery. This is a real problem as the whole impetus for nasal irrigation is built on the requirement to affect this area of the nasal cavity."

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A Comparative Study of the Distribution of Normal Saline Delivered by large particle nebulizer vs

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Ambient Warming of Nasal Irrigation Solutions

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A pilot study of the effects of intranasal budesonide delivered by NasoNeb® on patients with perennial allergic rhinitis

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Effects of Intranasal Budesonide Delivered by Nasal Nebulizer

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Prospective evaluation of aerosol delivery by a powered nasal nebulizer in the cadaver model

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Prospective Evaluation of a Novel Powered Nasal Irrigator Device in the Post-FESS Cadaver Model

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The effect of antibiotics on the microbiome in acute exacerbations of chronic rhinosinusitis

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The effects of middle turbinate resection on topical drug distribution into the paranasal sinus cavities

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