Nasal Polyps

Nasal polyps are teardrop or grape shaped inflamed tissue growths that form inside the nasal passages and sinuses, blocking proper airflow for breathing or sinus openings.

Treating Nasal Polyps with the NasoNeb® Sinus Therapy System

Consistent Medication Delivery

Filtered air from the system compressor mixes with medication in the NasoNeb® nebulizer cup to create a large droplet spray. The compressor power ensures consistent delivery every time enabling maximum treatment effectiveness.

Superior Medication Coverage

The large particle size created by the NasoNeb® nebulizer cup ensures retention and consistent delivery of medication to the middle and posterior regions of the nasal cavity without lung deposition.

Deep delivery and retention is critical in reaching the polyps in the middle and back of the nose, for successful reduction of nasal polyps.

Multi-Use for Daily Symptom Relief

Daily nasal care using the NasoNeb® system consisting of a deep nasal cleanse and moisturizing routine coupled with deep delivery of medications, assists in the consistent, effective treatment of nasal polyps for much needed symptom relief.

What are Nasal Polyps caused by?

Nasal Polyps result from long-term inflammation caused most often by repeat sinus infections or allergies. In some cases, they are related to asthma, cystic fibrosis, or drug sensitivities.

Nasal Polyp symptoms are very similar to those of Sinusitis and the common cold: 

What are symptoms of Nasal Polyps?

  • stuffy, congested nose
  • difficulty breathing through your nose
  • post-nasal drip (mucus running down your throat)
  • anosmia (reduced or no sense of smell or taste)
  • swelling and tenderness around your forehead and your eyes
  • frequent nosebleeds
  • snoring

Who can get Nasal Polyps?

Anyone can get nasal polyps although they typically don't tend to develop until people are in their 30s or 40s.

How do I prevent Nasal Polyps?

Successfully managing conditions that result in long-term nasal irritation and swelling such as repeat or chronic sinus infections or allergies, is important in the prevention of nasal polyps. 

  • rinse and moisturize your nasal passages daily
  • wash your hands frequently
  • use a humidifier in your home
  • avoid cigarette smoke and polluted air

When should I go see a doctor?

See your doctor if there is no improvement after 48-72h, as this could indicate a more serious problem is taking place.

Remember to record your symptoms, and the length of time you have been experiencing each, to assist your doctor in creating your care plan.

How to treat Nasal Polyps?

Targeted intranasal delivery of medication or antibiotics can shrink or eliminate nasal polyps. Additional treatments include oral steroids, injections and surgeries to place a stint or remove polyps.

Many people's nasal polyps return after treatment which requires them to identify a long-term plan.

Regardless of your treatment choice, delivery to the location of the irritation or infection matters. Trust the NasoNeb® system to deliver your chosen nasal solution where traditional spray pumps or rinse bottles don't.

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*This is meant for informational purposes only and is not intended for the diagnosis or treatment of disease or to substitute for professional medical advice. Please speak to your physician or other qualified health provider with questions you have regarding a medical condition.

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