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Aerosolized antibiotics.

For patients with sinusitis, SinusPharmacy's SinuNEB treatment has been found safe and effective in resolving infections. The SinuNEB treatment enables direct topical application of reformulated FDA-approved antibiotics and anti-fungals to the sinus cavities. It turns sinusitis-fighting antibiotics into a mist that goes right to the area of the infection.

Unlike other treatments, SinuNEB produces minimal systemic absorption, so that patients report faster and longer-lasting relief, with fewer side effects. Treatments last 10 minutes and are administered two to three times a day over a 2- to 3-week period, depending on infection severity.

Most insurance plans cover the equipment and medication.
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Title Annotation:SinuNEB from SinusPharmacy
Publication:Ear, Nose and Throat Journal
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Apr 1, 2001
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