Saline irrigation is effective for children with chronic rhinosinusitis

03/15/2012 | Family Practice News

Children with chronic rhinosinusitis who were given once-daily intranasal irrigation with isotonic saline showed significant improvements in quality of life measures within three weeks, a study found. Researchers said there were no significant differences between the saline alone group and the saline plus gentamicin group at three and six weeks follow-up. The findings were presented at the Triological Society Combined Sections Meeting.

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