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Say Goodbye to Bacterial Sinusitis in 3 Easy Steps

01st October 2010
Having sinusitis can be an extremely uncomfortable and painful experience. It can keep you from doing your daily tasks properly as its symptoms can restrict you to bed for a few days. Sinusitis usually starts when there is a blockage on the sinus cavities... Read >

Nebulized Sinus Treatment A New Treatment Option?

09th July 2010
Often for patients of chronic and recurrent sinusitis, the last resort is an invasive method that will remove the causative agents from the infected site and the removal of the tissues that have been damaged by the infection. Although this still remains t... Read >

Treating Sinus Nasal Polyps

21st June 2010
Sinus nasal polyps are growths that result from inflamed mucus membranes in the sinuses and nasal passages. They can extend to the opening of the nostrils, or even down to the throat area. These growths can block the nasal passages.  Nasal polyps are... Read >

Sinusitis 14 Day Antibiotics Durations and Limitations of Use

07th June 2010
Antibiotics have two properties that make them suitable for treatment of sinusitis. One, is the property to kill the causative agent, and the other is the property that allows it to prevent bacterial growth. Both can effectively cause the symptoms of sinu... Read >

Sinus Cancer Do You Have Sinus Infection or Something More Severe?

26th May 2010
How Sinus Cancer DevelopsIt makes sense to doubt how narrow structures in the face would develop cancer. However, not because sinuses are hollow air pockets does it mean that cancer is not possible.Sinus cancer develops from various sites in the nasal pas... Read >

Getting Rid Of Sinus Fungus

12th May 2010
Fungi normally live by absorbing nutrients and water from dead organisms. But, in the case of sinus fungus, the live human body becomes the breeding ground as the fungus feeds off the body's nutrients and materials, such as the mucus. Once it makes contac... Read >

Sinus Infection Symptoms a Tell-Tale Signs of Acute and Chronic Sinusitis

07th May 2010
Sinus infection or sinusitis is a serious medical condition that affects any of the four pairs of sinuses located in the cranial bones. As parts that work to regulate the passage of air in the body, the sinuses have functions which may be affected by caus... Read >

Reduction of Sinus Turbinates Preparing for Surgery

03rd March 2010
Within the nose are bony projections that promote the air-filtration and air-conditioning functions of the upper respiratory tract, called sinus turbinates. These protrude to enhance the surface area of the nose as well as to keep the nasal cavity moist a... Read >

Is a Sinus Infection Contagious?

11th January 2010
Is a sinus infection contagious? If you or a family member frequently suffers from sinus infections, this might be one of the questions that linger on your mind. Should you isolate yourself or a family member from others when having bouts of sinusitis? Or... Read >

Does Sinus Infection Cause Dizziness?

23rd April 2009
Life seems to be twice as hard when you have a sinus infection. Your normal routine is disrupted when the symptoms hit you. Severe headaches make you unable to concentrate at work. Going out with your friends is out of the question because you're not feel... Read >

Reference for Those Seeking Nebulized Sinusitis Treatment

10th April 2009
There is a clinical study that has valuable knowledge that needs to be recognized by sinusitis sufferers. It is a study on the differential deposition of aerosols in the maxillary sinus of human cadavers by particle size. It essentially points out that th... Read >

Clinical News for Treatment of Sinusitis through Sinus Dynamics

17th March 2009
This exciting news is the best news that we have been waiting on for four years - to prove the deposition of medication through Sinus Dynamics. Most ENT's have always asked us that it would be better if there is a clinical study done on the amount of m... Read >