Topical Sinus Therapy

 
Patients who suffer from acute or chronic sinusitis, nasal polyps or allergic rhinitis know what it’s like to constantly battle with sinus pressure, pain, excessive mucus and the inability to breathe well. Luckily, these patients can find relief at Medical Center Pharmacy.

The compounding pharmacists at MCP work with physicians to provide topical sinus therapies, customized to meet each patient’s specific needs. Medications such as, steroids, antibiotics and anti-fungals, used separately or in conjunction with one another are delivered directly to the inflamed and/or infected sinus membranes, using various, easy-to-use delivery devices based on physician and patient preference.

  • NeilMed® Sinus Rinse Bottle
  • Nasaline® Nasal Syringe
  • Sinus Atomizer
  • NasoNeb® Nebulizer

 

Contact Medical Center Pharmacy today and let us help you breathe easy!

 

 

The Process

Flow

Patient Education

Medication Delivered to Your Door!

 

INSTRUCTIONS

 

1. Arrange materials from your package

Carefully read instructions on prescribed medication label.

2. Make Saline

How To Make Saline

3. Add Prescribed Medication and Saline to Delivery Device

4. Irrigate Sinuses

How To Sheet - Sinus Rinse Bottle/NeilMed

How To Sheet - Atomizer

How To Sheet - Nasaline

How To Sheet - NasoNeb

Education Resources

Videos

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

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Do I use the ChitoRhino (NeilMed) bottle like a Neti Pot?

The ChitoRhino bottle uses a different technique.  After your rinse is prepared, place your bottle on the edge of a sink and bend at the waist so your nostril meets the top of the bottle.

How can I stop the medication from running down my throat?

First, check to make sure you're using proper technique.  Will all of our sinus therapy devices, bend forward at the waist and tilt your head downward.  Open your mouth and breathe normally.

Do I put the medication into the bottle first or the saline?

Measure out the prescribed medication into the measuring cup and pour into your sinus rinse bottle.  Add saline to the 240ml fill line.

What are the side effects of the medication?

Topical medications such as these typically have very few systemic side effects.  This is due to very little systemic absorption of the medication.  Side effects that may go away during treatment include nose bleeds, sore throat, and nasal irritations.  If they continue or are bothersome, the patient should contact their physician.

The medication comes back out.  Is that how it works?

Yes.  This is a topical medication.  It rinses your sinuses and comes back out allowing the medication to work on that specific area.

When should I start feeling the effects of the medication?

These medications start to work around 1-2 weeks into treatment.  It depends on the severity of the condition and consistency of the use of the rinse.

My heat sensitive product is warm. Is it ok?

Yes. Heat sensitive products can be exposed to high temperatures over short periods of time, without concern of the heat harming the product.

Prescriber Resources

Medical Center Pharmacy specializes in medicated sinus irrigations. We offer several treatment options for chronic sinus conditions.  Custom compounded steroids, antibiotics and anti-fungals are delivered into the sinus cavities, most commonly by way of irrigation or nebulizer to treat various sinus conditions.

Why Use Medical Center Pharmacy?states

  • Successful Insurance Billing
  • Thorough Patient Education
  • High Compliance Rate
  • Prompt Turnaround Time
  • Licensed in 17 states

Medication Options:

 

Steroids

  • Mometasone
  • Budesonide

Anti-fungals

  • Amphotericin

Antibiotics

  • Tobramycin
  • Gentamicin
  • Mupirocin
  • Levofloxacin
  • Vancomycin

What Makes Us DifferENT?

PCAB Accredited

MCCP follows standard operating procedures that help to ensure quality and safety. Select standards include:

  • Use of USP pharmaceutical grade chemicals
  • Implemented system of continuous quality improvement
  • Ongoing compounded technique training for pharmacists and technicians
  • Continuous in-house and third party testing
  • Use of specialized pharmaceutical equipment
  • PCAB Accreditation