nasal polyps treatment options
Medications like oral steroids can often shrink nasal polyps, but surgery is often needed to remove them. During surgery, the Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) surgeon enters the sinuses through the nostrils to open blocked sinus pathways, clean out infection and remove the polyps. Opening the inflamed sinus pathways allows the sinuses to drain better and improves air flow.
Even after successful treatment, nasal polyps frequently return. In such situations, the only available options to treat your symptoms are oral steroids and additional sinus surgery.
The sinus product being studied in the RESOLVE II Study is a non-invasive investigational treatment option. The product is placed in the doctor’s office. It has the potential to improve the patient’s symptoms by clearing the nasal blockage and delivering a small dose of steroids directly to the sinus lining.
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