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Sinus Inhalation Therapy



The NasoNeb System is the fast, convenient solution for a drug delivery to the nasal and paranasal sinus cavities.


  º The NasoNeb Nasal Nebulizer is the only low volume, high concentration delivery system available backed by   peer-reviewed scientific data.

      º Unlike previous delivery devices adapted from pulmonary nebulizers that generate small particles targeting
        the lungs, the NasoNeb System delivers large particles that are readily filtered by the nose to ensure a
        large percentage of medication is delivered to the target organ and that no drug is delivered to the lungs.
        These particles are delivered via a positive pressure airstream that coats the whole sino-nasal cavity with
        the medication.1 2


  º People who may benefit from pharmaceutical therapy delivered by the NasoNeb Nasal Nebulizer include but
  are not limited to the following:

          º Post-operative sinus surgery patients with recurrent nasal polyps

          º Post-sinus surgery patients with chronic nasal crusting and infection

          º Patients with infections who are not candidates for sinus surgery

          º Patients with anosmia and other rhinologic conditions

          º Patients suffering from recalcitrant allergic rhinitis


The NasoNeb Nasal Nebulizer is the only system backed by a peer-reviewed article showing enhanced,
high concentration deposition throughout the nasal and paranasal sinus cavities.


You have a choice in drug delivery systems; choose the only system that is backed by peer-reviewed science.   

1 Manes RP, Tong L, Batra PS. - Prospective evaluation of aerosol delivery by a powered nasal nebulizer in the cadaver model - Int Forum Allergy Rhinol, 2011; 1:366 - 337


2 Yuri M. Gelfand, MD; Samer Fakhri, MD; Amber Luong, MD, PhD; Seth J. Isaacs, MD & Martin J. Citardi, MD: - A Comparative Study of the Distribution of Normal Saline Delivered by Large Particle Nebulizer vs. Large Volume/Low Pressure Squeeze Bottle - 56th Annual Meeting of the American Rhinologic Society, September 25, 2010, page 38