Frequently Asked Questions About Res-Q-Rinse Nasal Rinse & Sinus Cleanse System
- sinusitis, hayfever, congestion, and nasal allergies.
- nasal dryness, post-nasal surgery, cold and flu.
- sinus irritation from dust in the home or job, fumes, pollen, pet dander, and more!
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- Distilled or sterile water, which you can buy in stores. The label will state “distilled” or “sterile.”
- Boiled and cooled tap water – boiled for 3 to 5 minutes, then cooled until it is lukewarm. Previously boiled water can be stored in a clean, closed container for use within 24 hours.
With ResQRinse®—as with any nasal rinsing system—it is critical to use distilled or sterile water (inexpensive and readily available at most grocery stores or pharmacies).See our video – ask Dr. Donna on Why Can’t I Use Tap Water With My ResQRinse® Device?
- Efficacy of nasal irrigation in the treatment of acute sinusitis in atopic children. Conclusion: Nasal irrigation is an effective adjunctive treatment for acute sinusitis in atopic children. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S168411821200179X
- Efficacy of isotonic nasal wash (seawater) in the treatment and prevention of rhinitis in children. Conclusion: Children in the saline group showed faster resolution of some nasal symptoms during acute illness and less frequent reappearance of rhinitis subsequently. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18209140
- Nasal saline for chronic sinonasal symptoms: a randomized controlled trial. Conclusion: Nasal irrigations performed with large volume and delivered with low positive pressure are more effective than saline sprays for treatment of chronic nasal and sinus symptoms in a community-based population. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18025315
- A comparison of the efficacy of amoxicillin and nasal irrigation in treatment of acute sinusitis in children. Conclusion: High-dose amoxicillin with saline nasal irrigation relieved acute sinusitis symptoms faster and more often than saline nasal irrigation alone. However, antibiotic treatment for acute sinusitis confers only a small therapeutic benefit over nasal irrigation. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25550702