Nose

Acute rhinosinusitis

Acute rhinosinusitis most often occurs as a result of a cold or allergy, which creates the preconditions for infection. It is most often caused by bacteria or viruses, much less by fungi. Bacteria that most often cause acute sinusitis are often present on the mucous membrane of the upper respiratory tract, but in conditions of inflamed and swollen mucous membranes and difficult sinus ventilation, benefits are created for increasing the number of bacteria and the development of infection.

Apart from the increased temperature and headache, another symptom is nasal secretion. However, if the condition worsens after 5 days, or a person does not get better after 10 days, a prescription antibiotic is needed, based on a bacterial analysis and antibiograms. If the condition doesn’t get better after 5 days of an antibiotic treatment, one must change the antibiotic or continue with the treatment in a hospital.

If nasal secretion is excessive, or there are breathing problems, Meralys HA nasal spray will help reduce the secretion and relieve nasal congestion as it contains a decongestant dissolved in seawater, which regenerates the nasal mucus membrane.

If during treatment of acute rhinosinusitis there is excessive purulent secretion it is important to remember nasal irrigation with the Aqua Maris system, containing a seawater solution enriched with myrtle and immortelle essential oils. The inflammation secretion is thus gently flushed out, breathing is relieved and the nasal mucus membrane is regenerated.

JGL Solutions

Aqua Maris

Our product line is designed for the specific needs of infants, children and adults, bringing relief from respiratory problems, strengthening the body’s defences against colds and flu, and helping to regulate sinus problems, allergies and rhinitis.

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Meralys

Besides alleviating breathing, a clear nasal passage also prevents possible infections of sinuses and ears, which is a problem especially for children. Meralys combines a reliable drug, xylometazoline, with healing effects of seawater, and has a patented pump with an anatomic applicator that optimally disperses droplets.

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Other ailments

Nasal polyposis

Nasal polyposis

Nasal polyposis is a disease that affects the nasal mucosa and paranasal cavities characterised by the localised formation of benign growths (polyps) on the mucosa. These formations are inflammatory, and if not treated early, can cause a permanent nasal obstruction and lead to a significantly weaker sense of smell.

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Chronic rhinosinusitis

Chronic rhinosinusitis

Chronic rhinosinusitis occurs mainly in patients who have had frequent acute bacterial and allergic inflammations that have not been adequately treated. Patients often suffer from headaches, nasal secretion, nasal congestion, postnasal drip, and a reduced sense of smell. Symptoms of chronic sinusitis last longer than those of acute sinusitis, and in some people, they never fully subside.

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Common cold

Common cold

The cold or acute upper respiratory tract infection is a very common and widespread infection caused by viruses. If the natural function of the nose is impaired, viruses enter and multiply more easily in the nasal mucosa, causing an infection that we "colloquially" call the common cold. In most cases, the common cold is mild and lasts for a week or less, and is accompanied by symptoms such as runny and stuffy nose, sneezing, sore throat, cough, headache, and sometimes fever.

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