Inflammation of the mucous membrane of the maxillary sinuses always delivers uncomfortable and painful sensations. This is due to the accumulation of secrets and, as a result, with the appearance of edema. The treatment of sinusitis must be approached comprehensively. About what drops in the nose for sinus can be used, it will be discussed in our article.
Medicine for antritis: nasal drops and features of their use
Modern manufacturers of pharmacological drugs offer many different drops for the treatment of sinusitis. Despite the fact that many funds are released in the non-prescription way, you still should not self-medicate. Consult with your healthcare professional. Only he will be able to prescribe a comprehensive treatment. Do not forget that sinusitis is an infectious pathology that can occur in various forms.
Indications for use
In the pharmacy you can find nasal drops from sinusitis of various groups, depending on the composition and impact. They are conventionally classified into several types:
There are a number of indications for the use of pharmacological preparations in the form of drops for the treatment of antritis, in particular:
- the development of inflammatory processes;
- the appearance of an allergic reaction;
- diagnosing acute or chronic sinusitis;
- the appearance of inflammation in the maxillary sinus.
Drops for the treatment of sinusitis can be administered as an independent drug or in combination with other therapeutic methods.
Contraindications to use
Before using drops for the treatment of sinusitis do not forget to consult with your doctor and carefully study the annotation to the pharmacological drug. Despite the fact that many such drugs have no side effects, there are still contraindications to their use.
It is not allowed to use drops for the treatment of inflammation of the maxillary sinuses in such cases:
- if you are hypersensitive or hypersensitive to any active component of the droplets;
- with the development of angle-closure glaucoma;
- during gestation, as well as during the lactation period;
- patients under the age of 2.5 years;
- in identifying pathologies in the functioning of the kidneys or liver;
- with the development of infectious processes that have arisen as a result of viral damage.
The attending specialist is especially careful in prescribing pharmacological drugs for the treatment of sinusitis in patients with cardiovascular diseases and hypertension. It is not recommended to use such drugs for people suffering from pathologies of the eardrum, as well as professional athletes.
Before using any drops, thoroughly flush the nasal passages. To do this, it is best to use saline. You can cook it yourself, using purified boiled water and salt (cook or sea). Only after the removal of crusts and accumulations from the mucous surface of the sinuses should be used drops. In this case, they will have an enhanced effect.
Nose drops for sinusitis and sinusitis
Practice shows that such pathologies of the sinuses, such as sinusitis and sinusitis, are almost inseparable. Sinusitis is called inflammation in the sinuses, but sinusitis is the specific name of the disease that occurs in the maxillary maxillary sinuses. In most cases, drops are used to treat ailment.
Sometimes, against the background of the development of sinusitis, sinusitis may appear. Since both pathologies are associated with the development of inflammatory processes in the mucous membrane of the nasal sinuses, drops in the nose from sinusitis may well be suitable for the treatment of sinusitis. The following pharmacological agents are considered the most common and popular in the domestic market:
- "Sanorin" and others.
Each of the above drugs helps to successfully cope with the disease, but they can be used only after consulting with a physician. Since the component composition of different groups of drops is somewhat different, it is appropriate to consider each type used for the treatment of sinusitis, separately.
As you understand, vasoconstrictor drops in the nose with sinus can temporarily eliminate the swelling and facilitate breathing. Such pharmacological agents are considered very effective only at the initial stage of pathology treatment. They can not be used for more than 7 days. Long-term use of such drops can cause the development of rhinitis, the appearance of edema and inflammation.
The most popular vasoconstrictor drops for the treatment of inflammatory processes in the maxillary sinuses are:
For the treatment of sinusitis are often used drops and sprays containing antibiotics. Such drugs do an excellent job with the cause of the development of the inflammatory process, and also have an antiseptic and antibacterial effect. The most popular drugs include:
Among the above drugs, the most popular is Izofra spray. The composition of this pharmacological agent is a substance framecitite. Due to its component composition, this drug has a bactericidal effect. However, for a long time to use such a drug is not allowed, otherwise the nasal microflora may be disrupted.
Sinuforte is considered a therapeutic and prophylactic drug. These drops help to cope with sinusitis of various forms, as well as with sinusitis, including purulent and catarrhal. However, such a pharmaceutical agent is most often prescribed during the rehabilitation period after performing endoscopic procedures.
But drops of "Polydex" can be attributed to hormonal drugs. They contain a special hormone that has an anti-inflammatory effect. "Polydex" helps to cope with otitis of various forms, as well as with sinusitis. However, it is not prescribed to patients who have adenoid pathology.
Recently, pharmacological preparations made on a plant basis have become very popular. They belong to the homeopathic group. Homeopathic drops are considered the safest for the body, but self-medication is not worth it. Only the attending specialist will be able to prescribe the desired drug in accordance with the patient's physiological characteristics, diagnosis and contraindications.
Popular pharmacological drugs in this category are:
What are complex drops?
In medical practice, so-called complex drops can be used to treat sinusitis. These are medicinal products that contain several active substances at the same time. As a rule, these drops are made in the pharmacy or at home, but always in strict accordance with the doctor's prescription.
The composition of complex nasal drops for the treatment of sinusitis may include the following component substances:
- vasoconstrictor - designed to relieve swelling and facilitate the respiratory process;
- antihistamine substances - used in allergic reactions;
- antibiotic and antiseptic components - to combat viruses and bacteria;
- glucocorticosteroids (most often hydrocortisone or dexamethasone) - have anti-inflammatory effects.
Such drugs are considered complex drugs, but they have a significant drawback: clinical studies of complex drops have not been conducted.
As you can see, the list of pharmacological drugs used to treat sinusitis is quite wide. Independently choose the appropriate drops are not worth it, because it can be fraught with the development of complicated consequences. Sinusitis is a very cunning disease that has several forms. In order for the treatment to be successful and effective, consult a doctor and pass an examination. Be healthy!