Sinusitis

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Updated 05 August 2016

Clear your head with fast-acting, long-lasting Sinutab® Nasal Spray

Blocked nose? Speak to your pharmacist about the Sinutab® solution for you.

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When your nose is blocked, pressure starts to build and build making your head feel heavy. 

It can make it hard to think straight; even the simplest things require more effort. 

Sounds like a head cold. 

A blocked nose is therefore the typical symptom of congestion, which can be caused by sinusitis, colds, flu and allergies.

Nasal congestion is a blockage within the nasal passages which results in the pressure build-up and leading to the ‘Heavy Head’ effect. 

Sinutab® Nasal spray is an effective decongestant in that it not only relieves a blocked nose, but also alleviates various other head cold symptoms such as pressure, swelling and pain.

Sinutab® Nasal Spray unblocks your nose fast, relieving the pressure and clearing your head cold within 10 minutes1 and lasts for up to 10 hours2, so you can get back to normal.

Speak to your pharmacist about the Sinutab® solution for you.


References: 
1. Martindale, The Complete Drug Reference, 32nd Edition, page 1071.
2. R Eccles, K Martensson, Shirley C. Chen, 2010, Effects of intranasal xylometazoline in patients with common cold, Current Medical Research & Opinion, Vol. 26, No. 4, 2010, page 889-899.

Sinutab® Nasal Spray.  S1 Reg. No. P/16.1/184. Xylometazoline Hydrochloride 1 mg per ml (0,1% w/v). For full prescribing information, refer to the package insert approved by the Medicines Control Council.

 

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Sinusitis Expert

Dr Gary Kroukamp MBCHB, FCORL(SA) is an ENT Specialist, practising from rooms at Kingsbury Hospital in Claremont, Cape Town. He also has a teaching sessional appointment as an ENT Consultant at the Tygerberg Hospital. He is a member of the ENT Society of South Africa and the South African Cochlear Implantation Group. His interests in the ENT field include sinusitis and sinus surgery, nasal allergy and ENT conditions in children.

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