sinusitis

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inflammation of one of the paranasal sinuses

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They were then assessed for major and minor signs and symptoms of acute sinusitis based on criteria developed by the RhinosinusitiS Task Force of the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery (AAO-HNS).
Review of data from the National Ambulatory Medical Care Surveys (NAMCS) from 1999 to 2005 shows that around 80% of cases of acute sinusitis were treated with antibiotics.
Some antibiotics may be ineffective against acute sinusitis, study indicates.
POOLE, MD 1999: A focus on acute sinusitis in adults; changes in disease management.
Coverage includes the common cold, acute sinusitis, influenza, and croup, among others.
in whom a new onset of acute sinusitis developed and 500 mg b.
It is indicated in bacterial and viral respiratory infections including common cold, pharyngotonsillitis, and acute sinusitis.
Telithromycin has been studied in clinical trials for community-acquired pneumonia (CAP), acute sinusitis, acute bacterial exacerbations of chronic bronchitis, and pharyngitis/tonsillitis.
Acute sinusitis is more common, affecting approximately three in 1,000 and it generally comes on after a cold.
The studies involved 1,063 patients who had clinically suspected acute sinusitis and were seen in primary care settings.
On rare occasions, acute sinusitis can result in brain infection and other serious complications.
Avelox(R) is approved as a five-day course of therapy for chronic bronchitis, seven to 10 days for acute sinusitis, and 10 days for CAP.
In contrast to a more stubborn form called chronic sinusitis, acute sinusitis usually responds well to antibiotic treatment.
The technological breakthrough is good news to people like Fox and 59-year-old Gene Brundage of Granada Hills, who suffer from a severe sinus infection called acute sinusitis.
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