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Normal Nasal Mucosa and Ostea of Maxillary Sinus : Click on pictures to enlarge !!!    
Foreign Body in the Nose:   This picture shows a plastic "hot wheels" toy in the right naris of a 5 year old.  The foreign body is wedged below the middle turbinate .  Attempts at removal in the emergency room was unsuccessful and the child was taken to the operating room for removal. 




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This picture shows a wood chip foreign body in the nose.  It is located under the middle turbinate , deep in the middle meatus .  It was removed in the doctor's office under local anesthesia. 
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Epistaxis :  Search PubMed for Epistaxis This picture shows prominent anterior (up-front) septal vessels which will bleed easily.  This type of nose bleed ( epistaxis ) usually occurs in children.

Your Nasacort ® Nasal Inhaler should be cleaned weekly. Remove the white protective cap from nasal inhaler. Remove the canister from the nasal inhaler. Clean the nasal inhaler thoroughly in lukewarm water. The use of soap, detergent, or disinfectant is not necessary. Allow the inhaler to dry completely. Gently center and insert the canister with the plastic stem downward into the small hole at the bottom of the nasal inhaler. Replace the white protective cap on nasal inhaler. The canister should be discarded after 100 actuations. The canister and nose piece are designed to be used together. Never use this canister or nose piece with those from any other product.

We included 12 medium to high-quality studies with a total of 945 participants. No study documented hearing loss associated with OME prior to randomisation . The follow-up period was generally limited, with only one study of intranasal steroid reporting outcome data beyond six months. There was no evidence of benefit from steroid treatment ( oral or topical) in terms of hearing loss associated with OME. Pooled data using a fixed-effect model for OME resolution at short-term follow up (< 1 month) showed a significant effect of oral steroids compared to control ( RR ; 95% CI to ; Chi² , df = 2, P = ; I² = 27%). Oral steroids plus antibiotic also resulted in an improvement in OME resolution compared to placebo plus antibiotic at less than one month follow up, using a random-effects model ( RR ; 95% CI to ; five trials, 409 children). However, there was significant heterogeneity between studies ( P < , I² = 69%). There was no evidence of beneficial effect on OME resolution at greater than one month follow up with oral steroids (used alone or with antibiotics) or intranasal steroids (used alone or with antibiotics) at any follow-up period. There was also no evidence of benefit from steroid treatment ( oral or topical) in terms of symptoms.

Budesonide has a systemic clearance of approximately L/min in 4-6 years old asthmatic children. Per kg body weight children have a clearance which is approximately 50% greater than in adults. The terminal half-life of budesonide after inhalation is approximately hours in asthmatic children. This is about the same as in healthy adults. The Area Under Curve (AUC) after administration of 256 micrograms budesonide from RHINOCORT AQUA is nmol*h/L in children, indicating a higher systemic glucocorticosteroid exposure in children than in adults. At clinically recommended doses, the pharmacokinetics of budesonide are dose-proportional and plasma exposure is correlated to the weight of the patient. Therefore this should be taken into account when establishing paediatric doses.

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Budesonide has a systemic clearance of approximately L/min in 4-6 years old asthmatic children. Per kg body weight children have a clearance which is approximately 50% greater than in adults. The terminal half-life of budesonide after inhalation is approximately hours in asthmatic children. This is about the same as in healthy adults. The Area Under Curve (AUC) after administration of 256 micrograms budesonide from RHINOCORT AQUA is nmol*h/L in children, indicating a higher systemic glucocorticosteroid exposure in children than in adults. At clinically recommended doses, the pharmacokinetics of budesonide are dose-proportional and plasma exposure is correlated to the weight of the patient. Therefore this should be taken into account when establishing paediatric doses.

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