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 can be used as an adjunct to treatment with allergic rhinitis, upper respiratory tract infection, sinusitis, nasal and sinus surgery, nasal dryness and nasal congestion with doctor's advice.

Contraindications For Use for Sinus Rinse

Sinus Rinse should not be used in use without consulting a doctor in the presence of the following conditions:

- Presence of inflammation of the middle ear
- Eardrum surgery
- First week after nose surgery
- In case of ear pain during application
- Bedridden and standing difficulties in patients
- Children under 5 years old, without parental control

Important Details For Sinus Rinse

- If there is any solution increasing after each application, it should be poured.
- Do as many times as recommended by your doctor.
- The product is designed for children aged 5 years and older.
- The application bottle in the kit you are using is for one user only.
- After the Sinus Rinse Kit is consumed, the application bottle should be discarded.
- The product kit should be kept out of the reach of children and in its packaging.
- The product is sold only in pharmacies at Turkey.

Sinus Rinse Usage and Dosage:

The frequency is determined by the doctor's advice as specified in the instruction manual.

Usage: After washing the hands, the lid of the application bottle is opened, the powder in the box is poured into the bottle, boiled and chilled water or sterile distilled water is filled to the limit line shown on the bottle, the cap of the bottle is tightly closed and the powder is dissolved in the water. Leaning forward in the sink, legs are opened on both sides, the bottle placed in a nostril in the open position is slowly squeezed. Half of the water in the bottle is squeezed through each nostril.

Use of Sinus Rinse For Patients With Allergic Rhinitis

In patients with allergic rhinitis, the most effective drug is intravenous cortisone sprays. In patients with allergic rhinitis, Sinus Rinse the various positive effects of Sinus Rinse used as an aid to treatment are available:

- Removal of allergens in the nose
- Cleaning of secretions and shells that cover the nasal mucosa and may reduce the contact of cortisone sprays to the mucosa.
- Cleaning the sinus mouths
- Reduction of edema in nasal meat with anti-inflammatory effect of sodium chloride on mucosa
- There are serious studies showing that the application of saline into the nose increases the effect of intranasal cortisone sprays in patients with allergic rhinitis.

Use of Sinus Rinse For Flu Infected Patients

In patients with upper respiratory tract infections, such as influenza, the use of Sinus Rinse has several positive effects as an adjunct to the treatment:

- Removal of viruses, foreign bodies and other particles in the nose
- Cleaning of secretions and shells covering the nasal mucosa
- Cleaning the sinus mouths
- Reduction of edema in nasal meat with anti-inflammatory effect of sodium chloride on mucosa

Sinus Rinse Usage

The following should be done in order:

- After washing hands, the cap of the application bottle opens
- The powder in the box is poured into the bottle
- Boiled and chilled water or sterile distilled water is filled to the limit line shown on the bottle.
- The cap of the bottle is tightly closed and shaken to dissolve the powder in water.
- Leaning forward in the sink, legs are opened on both sides, the bottle placed in a nostril in the open position is slowly squeezed.
- Half of the water in the bottle is squeezed through each nostril.

During the application, in case of ear pain, the application should be terminated. Opening the mouth when the bottle is squeezed is particularly important to prevent pressure trauma to the ear in cases such as nasal flesh growth, cartilage curvature that narrows the passage across the opposite nostril. It is more appropriate to avoid application in young children who cannot demonstrate this compliance.

Use of Sinus Rinse in Travel and Climate Change

For travelers and in the event of climate change, the use of Sinus Rinse has many different benefits to the upper respiratory tract as an adjunct to treatment. These positive effects:

- Depending on the tours, many different microbial agents, allergens and particles can be taken by the respiratory tract and the mucous membranes in the nose can be adversely affected. Sinus Rinse is recommended for use during travel, as this particle has beneficial effects such as cleaning allergens and microbial agents and moistening the nasal mucosa.
- Nasal dryness may occur due to loss of moisture in the nasal mucosa, especially in those traveling to terrestrial areas, traveling to areas with dry air, in climate changes, in prolonged exposure to air conditioning air. Sinus Rinse has positive effects such as moistening of mucous membranes and increasing ciliary movements due to the ingredients it contains.
- Sources suggest that the use of intranasal saline may be the most effective after handwashing and general body cleansing, especially when traveling to areas with outbreaks of viral, influenza infections such as swine entry.

Use of Sinus Rinse for Patients With Sinusitis

Sinus Rinse sinusitis patients, reducing complaints and shortening the duration of the disease is appropriate to use as a treatment aid product.

Sinus Rinse allows the application of low-volume, high-pressure saline into the nose, and cleanses the intranasal inflammatory outbreak in patients with sinusitis.

Sinus Rinse increases the mobility of cilia that are responsible for cleaning the sinus mouths, cleaning the flesh of the nose and cleaning the nasal mucosa.

Sinus Rinse is recommended for patients with sinusitis at least in the morning and evening.

Benefits of Nasal Irrigation With Saline

Irrigation the nose with salty water has several positive effects. These positive effects:

- Salt has an antiinflammatory effect on the nasal mucosa and is effective in reducing mucosal edema.

- Saline has a positive effect on the viability and movement of cilia that cover the mucosa within the nose and play a role in the removal of particles, germs and secretions.

- Especially during sinusitis and viral upper respiratory tract infections, the application of saline into the nose can facilitate the sinus emptying and reduce the complaints.

- In cases where bacterial layers such as chronic sinusitis (biofilm bacterial layer) are thought to facilitate the development of disease by covering the surface of mucous membranes, washing in the nose can break these bacterial layers and reduce the number of attacks of sinusitis.

- In patients with allergic rhinitis, washing with salt water before cortisone sprays applied into the nose provides removal of allergens; It can also increase the effect of the drugs used by cleaning the secretions covering the turbinates.
Murat Enoz, MD, Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgeon - ENT Doctor in Istanbul

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