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Teething Problems of Sinuplasty

Sinusitis is a condition in which the sinuses become inflamed or infected affecting 37 million people. Previously the only hope was a conventional surgery//. But now Acclarent has come up with a new procedure called balloon sinuplasty which involves inflating a small balloon in the sinus cavity whi...

Acclarent, Inc. Granted Key Patent Covering Balloon Sinuplasty(TM) Technologies

...swire/ -- Acclarent, Inc., the pioneer of Balloon sinuplasty (TM) technologies for use in the treatment of chro...lications. "Acclarent's innovative Balloon sinuplasty (TM) technology has been used by physicians throug...novel, endoscopic, catheter-based tools - Balloon sinuplasty (TM) devices. Through the Balloon...
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(Redirected from Sinuplasty (procedure)) Jump to: navigation, search ... Sinus surgery with Balloon Sinuplasty is typically performed on an outpatient ...

Balloon Sinuplasty * California Sinus Centers * Sinus Surgeons & ENT ...

Balloon sinuplasty involves little to no tissue removal inside the nose and sinuses. ... Situations that balloon sinuplasty is usually not appropriate for are ...

Sinus Relief with Balloon Sinuplasty™ Technology by Acclarent

Acclarent is providing sinus relief by enabling ENT physicians to treat sinusitis patients with the Balloon Sinuplasty™ system, a group of novel, endoscopic, ...

Balloon Sinuplasty - Home - technology by Acclarent

Balloon SinuplastyTM technology extends the sinus surgery evolution by offering ... What are my treatment options? What is Balloon Sinuplasty™? Technology Overview ...

Sinuplasty

The fellowship-trained team at the John Hopkins Sinus Center in Baltimore, Md provides sinuplasty for patients in need of quality sinus surgery.

What is Balloon Sinuplasty™?

Brief and Straightforward Guide: What is Balloon Sinuplasty&#153? ... Balloon Sinuplasty™ is a Food & Drug Administration (FDA) cleared technique used ...
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