Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery
Objective: To assess the effectiveness of the Nozovent device in Pakistani subjects at Aga Khan University Hospital, Karachi and Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, Lahore from 15 January 2001 to 15 January 2002.Methods: Sixty males and 40 females were selected by non probability purposive sampling, from OPD of ENT Department, complaining of nasal obstruction due to various reasons, e.g. vasomotor rhinitis, allergic rhinitis, congestion during pregnancy and menstruation, common cold, traumatic nose and nasal valve problem.Results: All patients benefited subjectively but the degree of relief varied in individuals.CONCLUSION: The Nozovent provides a unique method to relieve nasal obstruction with no side effects.
Journal of Pakistan Medical Association
Awan, M. S.,
Ali, M. M.,
Aslam, M. J.
(2004). Clinical study on the use of nozovent in a tertiary care setting. Journal of Pakistan Medical Association, 54(12), 614-617.
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