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New Clinical Study News for Treatment of Sinusitis - Sinus Infection and Allergy Suffers Now Have a New Effective Form of Relief through Sinus Dynamics
Date:3/19/2009

e best results in topical treatments of sinusitis, you need to have a particle size of 3.2 mmhg, and Sinus Dynamics is the only treatment that meets this requirement (http://www.sinusdynamics.com/differential-deposition-of-aerosols.html).

The comprehensive study was published in August of 2008 and was conducted by clinical research physicians who are on staff with three, prominent, American medical universities. When compared to any other aerosolized therapies available in the medical industry, the study fully confirms that the smaller size of the mist particle of the Sinus Dynamics SinusAero Nebulizer penetrates the ostium for achieving topical deposition of medications on the mucosa of the paranasal sinus cavities; including the hard-to-reach maxillary sinus.

Additionally, the study discusses the fact that the deposition of the medication on the sinus lining was the same whether or not the patient had an FESS procedure (FESS stands for Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery). And, that the rate of recovery from the patient's acute or chronic sinusitis was the same using the Sinus Dynamics therapy for patients who had FESS procedures performed on them, and for those who did not. Please see the last paragraph on page one of the study where Sinus Dynamics is mentioned.

Also, all ENT's and doctors that needed more information in prescribing Sinus Dynamics or the ENT's that might have needed more clinical proof to show them the amount of the penetration and deposition of the medication to the sinuses are prescribing more of the Sinus Dynamics treatment for their Sinusitis patient's more than ever.

A quick reference that would help explain this matter to the prescribers are as follows:

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