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Can nasal irrigation be used effectively as a first-line treatment for pediatric chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS)?
Nasal irrigation can be an effective therapy for chronic rhinosinusitis, provided patients—especially children—are shown safe and proper irrigation techniques
Contaminated fluid could potentially contribute to sinonasal infections
How do nasal sprays and irrigations compare in delivering topical agents to the human olfactory epithelium?
The use of topical high-volume budesonide irrigation does not appear to have a significant effect on IOP and carries a low risk of HPA axis suppression when used long term.
Is the use of topical nasal therapies with saline alone and in combination with antibiotics, antifungals or corticosteroids effective in the treatment of chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS)?