Open Access Mini Review

Does Acoustic Overlay of Music Improve Aerosol Penetration into Maxillary Sinuses?

Laurent Navarro*, Lara Leclerc and Jérémie Pourchez

University of Jean Monnet, France

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Received Date: June 04, 2019;  Published Date: June 17, 2019


Chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS) is a common disorder characterized by mucosal inflammation of the nose and paranasal sinuses. Recent years have seen numbers of findings and improvements in CRS treatment using nebulization process. Targeting delivery of nebulized antibiotics into the maxillary sinuses, the sites of infection, could improve clinical outcomes in patients with CRS. Thus, nasal drug delivery by nebulization is widely used in sinus disorders, because of its safety and convenience and due to its advantages as a painless therapy. However, the nebulization conditions to facilitate penetration of aerosols into the sinus cavities are not well established.

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