Sinus infection: Support with moist inhalation 

Sinusitis – when your nose keeps blocking up

The sinuses are hollow cavities in the skull. They are divided into the frontal, maxillary, ethmoid and sphenoid sinuses. All sinuses are filled with air and, like the nose, are lined with a mucous membrane where a fine film of mucus is constantly formed. Their job is to stop dust, dirt particles or undesirable pathogens.

Cold – a common trigger

The mucus film, along with any particles of dirt that are breathed in are continuously transported towards the sinuses and throat by very fine hairs. This automatically keeps the area clean all the time. Having a cold can cause inflammation of the mucous membrane. It suddenly produces much more mucus and swells. This can obstruct the fine connections between the nose and the sinuses. The mucus cannot drain as well or cannot drain at all, which causes it to build up and become the ideal breeding ground for germs that can trigger acute sinusitis.

Acute or chronic sinusitis?

Usually sinusitis resolves after a few weeks. There are a variety of factors that determine whether sinusitis, called rhinosinusitis in medical jargon, recurs or if it even develops into a chronic disease. These include the body’s own defence system, predisposition to allergies or anatomical conditions: e.g. nasal polyps or a curved nasal septum.

Care of the upper airways forsinusitis

PARI has been focused for decades on all diseases affecting the airways. Tried and tested inhalation devices support you in effectively treating your sinusitis, including frontal sinus infection and maxillary sinus infection. Nebulisation delivers the active substance (salt or medications) directly to where they are needed.

Breathe a sigh of relief. Even with sinusitis.

Breathe a sigh of relief. Even with sinusitis.

Find out more about what to watch out for if you have an acute or chronic sinus infection(sinusitis).

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Cold? Flu? Or chronic sinusitis?

Cold? Flu? Or chronic sinusitis?

What are the signs that you may have sinusitis?

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Do you have a constantly blocked nose? Talk to your doctor

Do you have a constantly blocked nose? Talk to your doctor.

If your face hurts, your nose is blocked or you cannot smell properly, you should visit your doctor. You may have a sinus infection.

Find out more about a diagnosis of sinusitis

 

Sinusitis treatment – making it easier to breathe through your nose and pressure relief

Sinusitis treatment – making it easier to breathe through your nose and pressure relief

There are various treatments available for acute and chronic sinusitis.

Find out more about the treatment of sinusitis

Clearing the sinuses – with targeted inhalation

Therapy with PARI inhalation devices offers a special form of treatment for acute and chronic sinusitis.

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Taking best possible care of your sinuses when you have sinusitis

PARI offers innovative products for patients who need specialist therapeutic support in their day-to-day lives. People with sinusitis, which also includes frontal sinus infections and maxillary sinus infections, need regular treatment and gentle care of their airways. 

PARI SINUS – for special inhalation therapy for sinusitis

From 6 years of age: PARI SINUS.

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Our inhalation devices provide an effective and gentle way of treating respiratory diseases. We can look back on many years of expertise in inhalation therapy. Inhalation devices transport saline solutions and medications into the respiratory tract.

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