Do topical nasal decongestants really improve Eustachian tube function?
Background: Commonly accepted clinical practice includes using nasal decongestant spray to alleviate, or prevent, Eustachian tube dysfunction associated with airline flights. Also, spray nasal decongestants are frequently recommended for acute otitis media or serous otitis media, especially if the condition is associated with an upper respiratory tract infection.
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Study design: Prospective, non-randomized study.
Setting: Tertiary referral center in Germany.| | | Next → | Single Page