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The best way to administer medication for sinusitis and nasal polyps.

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'Portable' and 'Portable SPRINT' ENT nasal nebulizer

The ENT nasal nebulizer 'Portable' and 'Portable SPRINT' are technically identical. They can both be used wirelessly. The only difference is that the 'Portable' contains a rechargeable battery and is supplied with a charger. The 'Portable SPRINT' works exclusively on batteries.

ENT doctors increasingly prefer spraying medication through the nose instead of drops or spray when treating patients with (chronic) nasal sinuses or nasal polyps. The combination of correct droplet size and optimum air pressure from the ENT nasal nebulizer 'Portable / Portable SPRINT' ensures that the prescribed medication is optimally distributed and penetrates deeply into nasal and nasal cavities with the aim of (quickly) clogging, pressure and pain complaints. decrease.

Although nasal rinsing with a NasoFree or NasuClear nasal shower is more effective, you can also use the 'Portable / Portable SPRINT' for the spraying of only nasal rinsing salt. This cleans your nose and nasal cavities.

If you are going to spray Flixonase® (fluticasone), we also advise you to use our 3 ml Bel-Air nasal rinsing salt ampoules. to order. The volume of an ampoule of Flixonase is too low to atomize. There you need approximately 3 ml. add nasal rinsing salt. These ampoules have exactly that volume.

As a spare part or if other family members also want to use the 'Portable / Portable SPRINT', you can order extra medicine jets to prevent mutual contamination.


Response from an ENT doctor about the 'Portable / Portable SPRINT'
'... I have already received many enthusiastic responses from patients. People really benefit ... "

Reactions from patients
'... I am very grateful to my ENT doctor that she recommended the ENT nasal nebulizer to me, I am very happy with it. A must ... 'Mrs. H. in Doornenburg

"... I also benefit greatly. I feel so much better since using the nasal nebulizer. But after using it for more than a year, I felt that the kno nasal nebulizer was no longer spraying so well. I contacted and immediately had a top service (the medicine jet had to be replaced) ... Really great! 'Mrs. HW in Amsterdam

'... Before I was advised by the ENT specialist to use the nebulizer, I needed an antibiotic 3 or 4 times. Those problems are now solved ... "JD te P

Always use nasal rinsing salt when spraying

Below you will find a video explanation of the ENT nasal nebulizer

Clean your nose (sinuses) with nasal rinsing salt prior to spraying

If you suffer from chronic nasal inflammatory disease, it is important to clean your nasal sinuses before spraying the medication. The medication then ends up on a clean nasal mucosa. This promotes the effectiveness of the drug. It is best to rinse your nose (sinus cavities) with the NasoFree or NasuClear nasal shower and Dos Medical nasal rinsing salt with xylitol.

'... Rinsing with nasal rinsing salt with xylitol, the antibacterial agent that is also found in some sugar-free chewing gum, helps better than rinsing with salt water in the case of chronic rhinosinusitis (= sinusitis). Because this rinsing agent has a nice mint smell, it also gives a fresher feeling than rinsing with salt water ... 'Prof. dr. Dr. W. Fokkens, ENT doctor, AMC Amsterdam.

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