What is Sinusitis?

Sinusitis or sinus infection is the swelling or inflammation of the sinus lining. When the sinus cavities swell and their openings are blocked, they fill with fluid which can allow germs to grow and cause an infection. Most of the tiny sinus openings or ostia, are located deep in the middle nose which makes targeted delivery of cleansing saline and medications very important for effective treatment. Chronic sinusitis occurs when this swelling, inflammation and blockage lasts longer than three months.

Treating Sinusitis 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

he 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.

More medication to the spot it's needed most, every time for effective treatment.

Multi-Use for Daily Symptom Relief

Use the NasoNeb® system daily for maintenance in between flare-ups with saline, xylitol rinses, moisturizers and more.

Treat flare-ups with over-the-counter or prescribed corticosteroids including fluticasone, budesonide, mometasone, triamcinolone and beclomethasone.

What is Sinusitis cause by?

Sinusitis can be caused by the common cold, particulate buildup such as allergens and dust, and nasal anatomy complexities such as nasal polyps or deviated septum.

What are symptoms of Sinusitis?

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

What is the difference between Acute and Chronic Sinusitis?

Acute Sinusitis typically lasts 10 days, although symptoms may continue up to three or four weeks.

Chronic Sinusitis or Chronic Rhinosinusitis, lasts at least 12 weeks or three months. You will likely have a number of Acute Sinusitis episodes prior to developing Chronic Sinusitis.

How do I prevent Sinusitis?

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

When should I 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.

See your doctor immediately as the following could be signs of a serious infection; fever, severe headache, confusion, stiff neck, changes in your vision, swelling around your eyes or forehead.

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 Sinusitis?

Nasal Washing or Irrigation with saline, a natural nasal safe decongestant, or using a common over the counter nasal safe medicine can be effective in treating acute sinusitis. Chronic Sinusitis can be treated by speaking to your doctor about an intranasally (in the nose) delivered medicine such as a corticosteroid, antibiotic, or antifungal.

Compounding Pharmacy's can compound a sinus medication specifically for your needs, incorporating soothing ingredients to eliminate dry nose.

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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