TOPICAL SINUS THERAPY
Custom Medications for Sinus Treatment
Upper Respiratory (Nasal) Delivery
Over 40 million Americans suffer from chronic sinusitis, allergic rhinitis or nasal polyps – which can cause symptoms including pressure, pain, excessive mucus and general discomfort. Professional Arts Pharmacy offers customized Topical Sinus Therapy that directly addresses these symptoms. Topical Sinus Therapy allows for the application of medications such as antibiotics, antifungals, steroids, and more directly to the inflamed and/or infected sinus membranes. We offer two easy-to-use delivery devices based physician and patient preference – as well as an expert staff ready to assist patients every step of the way.
MEDICATIONS FOR SINUS TREATMENT
ChitoRhino® Nasal & Sinus Rinse System
HOW TO USE:
ChitoRhino® Nasal & Sinus Rinse System – ChitoRhino® features an easy squeeze bottle system that allows patients to deliver medications with positive pressure to clean the nasal passages thoroughly while maintaining the head in an upright position. Patients have complete control of the pressure and volume of solution to help ensure comfort.
HOW TO USE:
Nasoneb® System – This nasal nebulizer delivers a deep, penetrating aerosol to the nasal and paranasal sinus cavities that is comfortable to use and offers fast delivery times. Nasoneb® features a unique combination of particle size, airflow and fluid volume that results in a controlled therapy delivery.
Culture Review Service
Availability of Culture & Sensitivity or DNA Molecular Medication Recommendation Service
Professional Arts Pharmacy offers a complimentary culture and sensitivity and/or DNA molecular review service to determine the ideal topical anti-infective medications for an individual suffering from a chronic infection. When requested by physicians, we can make medication recommendations based on the specific pathogen present as well as the patient’s prescription insurance coverage. This service allows us to offer an effective and affordable treatment option to patients with chronic infections when other treatment options have failed.
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