, (PressExposure) April 08, 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 the small particle size medication (as with that found in the Sinus Dynamics nebulizer) effectively gets into the sinus cavities and lets patients recover quickly from sinusitis.
A list of information can be seen below to serve as reference that would help explain this matter to prescribers:
1- There are actually several studies that can be found in http://www.sinusdynamics.com/physician_research-studies.html which show that topical treatment is effective in the treatment of sinusitis. 2- The recent clinical study on the differential deposition of aerosols has the proof that Sinus Dynamics currently has the smallest particle size medication for sinus infection and similar conditions needing treatment. Because of this reason, the medication can be delivered deeper and the nebulizer can deposit more of the medication into the sinuses for better treatment of sinusitis and sinus infection. 3- There is an 82.9% success rate in sinusitis treatment through the Sinus Dynamics particle size (3.2 micron sized particles). 4- Facts are now available to show to doctors and prescribers as proof of the effectiveness of the Sinus Dynamics solution. 5- The smallest particle size for topical treatment of sinus infection is effective not only with the onset of acute and chronic sinusitis, but also as part of pre- and post- sinus surgery care. 6- Over seven years of being in the business of sinusitis topical treatment has made Sinus Dynamics one of the experts in providing well-researched medication options for its clients. 7- For hesitant medical practitioners, the clinical studies about aerosolized medications can serve as support to the claims made by Sinus Dynamics regarding its success in treating sinusitis.
For other considerations in applying nebulized treatment for your sinus infection, you should know more about the following: â¢ Proper Inhalation Techniques â so you can make the most out of your medication. There are a lot of factors that can affect you with this, such as the particle size of the medication you are inhaling, the severity of your sinus condition, and the size of your nasal and sinus passages. â¢ Duration of Nebulized Therapy â This is determined by your doctor, as you need it. It can depend on the type of medication you are given, the duration of your sinus infection, and your history with the condition. For those with chronic sinusitis, weeks or months of continuous medication may be prescribed to prevent the condition from recurring. â¢ Nebulizer vs. Sinus Sprays and others â The clinical study mentioned above focuses on proving the effectiveness of nebulized medication administered in very small particle size. It shows that a nebulizer is better than sinus sprays, irrigators and other oral sinus medication tools. You should discuss your options with your doctor to understand the treatment programs that can be applied for your condition. Do not jump from using one tool to the next, just because you do not see immediate results.
To read the complete clinical study mentioned in this article, go to http://www.sinusdynamics.com/differential-deposition-of-aerosols.html