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Anosmia, Hyposmia and Dysgeusia Can Be a Sign of Coronavirus Infection!

Loss of Smell Can Be Accepted As A Symptom of COVID-19 Infection! Anosmia, Hyposmia, Dysgeusia and Coronavirus Infection! In the absence of allergic rhinitis, acute rhinosinusitis or other respiratory diseases such as chronic rhinosinusitis, anosmia, hyposmia and dysgeusia can be a sign of COVID-19 infection! It was emphasized that anosmia and dysgeusia may be the leading signs of the COVID-19 outbreak. Of course, anosmia or hyposmia can be seen in normal viral upper respiratory tract infections, acute and chronic sinusitis, and nasal obstruction such as nasal polyp and allergic rhinitis. You shouldn't worry too! Loss of smell can be accepted as a symptom of COVID-19! infection like post-viral anosmia. This can be seen in other viral upper respiratory infections and chronic sinusitis. 40% cases of anosmia in adults due to this way. About The Sense of Smell Disorders of the sense of smell are also divided into two types: conduction type s mell disorder and sensorineur

Allergic Rhinitis - Symptoms, Treatment and Precautions

Hay Fever Allergic Rhinitis - Hay Fever Allergic rhinitis is an allergic inflammation of the respiratory tract, which includes the air passage in the nose. It is formed as a result of inhalation of an allergen immune system sensitive individual such as hair and skin particles that can be poured from pollen, dust and animals. In such individuals, the production of immunoglobulin E (IgE) antibodies, which bind with allergen to mast cells and histamine-containing basophils, is triggered. These antibodies that bind to mast cells cause the release of inflammatory mediators such as histamine (and other chemicals) and as a result, the appearance of Allergic Rhinitis Disease, characterized by nasal itching, tears, sneezing attacks. "Hay Fever", which is used as a synonym as the word meaning, but no signs of infection, fever and malaise are observed. When allergic rhinitis is caused by any plant pollen, the terms " Pollinosis " and especially if grass pollen causes &q

Frequently Asked Questions and Answers About Sinus Rinse

Sinus Rinse - Pressurized High Volume Nasal Irrigation System Use of Sinus Rinse After Nasal Surgeries Sinus Rinse, after nasal aesthetics (rhinoplasty), septoplasty, turbinate radiofrequency and sinusitis surgeries to clear the nasal crust, mucosa is suitable for use as a treatment aid in mucosal healing. Sinus Rinse is suitable for boiling chilled water or sterile distilled water. Medical Properties of Sinus Rinse Allergens, viruses, bacteria, irritant particles and other foreign molecules encountered in daily life can enter the air through the nose and cause different harmful effects on the mucous membranes of the nose and sinuses. Sinus Rinse can be used as an adjunct to treatment to remove these irritants, infectious agents, allergens and other harmful particles from the nose, increase mucosal humidity, and clean the sinus mouths. It is also a treatment aid in the cleaning of sinuses at the same time during infection. Indications For Use for Sinus Rinse Sinus Rinse ca