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Sinus Dynamics Announced Treatment for MRSA with Nasal Nebulizer and Vancomycin
Date:10/24/2009

Vancomycin is used to treat bacterial infections by stopping or killing the bacteria responsible. When treatment using other antibiotics has failed, Vancomycin is the strongest option available. Now through Sinus Dynamic , Vancomycin is available in an aerosolized topical form which is effective against MRSA.

Westlake Village, CA (PRWEB) October 22, 2009 -- Sinus Dynamics™ announced today that the company has discovered treatment for Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA) with a nasally inhaled aerosolized form of Vancomycin, which can help patients and hospitals limit exposure to asymptomatic MRSA carriers.

Pharmacists at Sinus Dynamic can help the medical professionals address one of the largest fears of physicians, hospital administrators and patients alike (Hospital Acquired Infections). The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that hospital acquired infections are a direct result of 90,000 patient deaths each year in the U.S.A., while other organizations claim that the number is much higher.

Sinus Dynamics is the nation's leading compounding pharmacy specializing exclusively in the research and development of aerosolized formulas to treat bacterial and fungal sinus infections, sinus inflammation, and acute and chronic sinusitis. Sinus Dynamics treatments are self-administered by the patient using a small lightweight, electronic nebulizer. This medical device creates a 3.2 micron medicated mist, consisting of antibiotic, anti-fungal or anti-inflammatory medications. The medicated mist penetrates the sinus cavities to topically treat sinuses infected with MRSA or any other bacterial or fungal infection. With industry leading technology that enables physicians from across the country to prescribe our topical treatment method for their refractory sinus patients; Sinus Dynamics has the experience and resources in place to confront MRSA at its so
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