The upper airways serve as the point of entry to the airway as a whole. It is divided into three areas, which work closely together in many ways:
The nose with the paranasal cavities (the maxillary sinuses, frontal sinus, sphenoid sinus and the ethmoidal cells), the pharynx, and the larynx. The upper airway is coated with a layer of mucus.
Diseases of the nose (rhinitis), the paranasal cavities (acute and chronic sinusitis), the pharynx (pharyngitis) and the larynx (laryngitis, pseudocroup) can be caused by viral or bacterial pathogens, or they can also take the form of an allergic reaction.
PARI offers a wide range of products for treating diseases of the upper and lower airways. All PARI products have been specifically developed with the different requirements of our patients in mind and are perfectly coordinated with each other.