Woodland Hills Medical Supply provides devices and supplements that are shipped throughout the country. Our specialty is in providing products for topical sinus therapy. Our company is a U.S. distributor of the RhinoClear atomizer from Flaem Novum in Italy. We partner with Woodland Hills Pharmacy in California to provide devices and supplements that complement their wide range of compounded formulations.
Research on Topical Nasal Therapy
The Efficacy of Hypertonic Saline Nasal Irrigation for Chronic Sinonasal Symptoms.
“Use of HSNI [Hypertonic Saline Nasal Irrigation] was frequent, well-tolerated, and met with high participant satisfaction. Clinicians should consider HSNI to be an effective adjunctive treatment for symptoms associated with chronic sinonasal symptoms.”
Rabago D, Pasic T, Zgierska A, Mundt M, Barrett B, Maberry R. The efficacy of hypertonic saline nasal irrigation for chronic sinonasal symptoms. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 2005;133:3–8.
Nasal Saline Irrigations for the Symptoms of Chronic Rhinosinusitis.
“Saline irrigations are well tolerated. Although minor side effects are common, the beneficial effect of saline appears to outweigh these drawbacks for the majority of patients. The use of topical saline could be included as a treatment adjunct for the symptoms of chronic rhinosinusitis.”
Harvey R, Hannan SA, Badia L, Scadding G. Nasal saline irrigations for the symptoms of chronic rhinosinusitis. Cochrane Database Syst Rev 2007; (3):1–37.
Use of nebulized antibiotics for acute infections in chronic sinusitis.
“Symptomatic and endoscopic data before and after nebulized therapy showed a longer infection-free period (average, 17 weeks) compared with standard therapy (average, 6 weeks). Improvements in posterior nasal discharge, facial pain/pressure, and emotional consequences were noted.”
Vaughan WC, Carvalho G. Use of nebulized antibiotics for acute infections in chronic sinusitis. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 2002;127:558–568.
Safety and efficacy of intranasally administered medications in the emergency department and prehospital settings.
“Based on the published literature, intranasal administration of fentanyl, sufentanil, ketamine, hydromorphone, midazolam, haloperidol, naloxone, glucagon, and, in limited cases, flumazenil may be a safe, effective, and well-tolerated alternative to intramuscular or intravenous administration in the prehospital and ED settings.”
Corrigan, M., Wilson, S. S. & Hampton, J. Safety and efficacy of intranasally administered medications in the emergency department and prehospital settings. Am. J. Health-Syst. Pharm. AJHP Off. J. Am. Soc. Health-Syst. Pharm. 72, 1544–1554, doi:10.2146/ajhp140630 (2015).
Fast and comfortable to use, the RhinoClear atomizer allows for daily irrigation and cleansing of the nasal passages. It can be used with saline solution or medications as recommended by a physician for proper irrigation and treatment of the nasal passages – removing secretions, dust and harmful substances accumulated in the paranasal sinuses.
The atomization chamber can be easily removed for proper cleaning and replaced to allow full customization of the unit for each member of the family. The soft touch tip nasal adaptors come in three different sizes for a more custom fit and can be stored in the special storage compartment housed in the front part of the charger base.
The Latest Evolution of the Nasal Atomizer
The RhinoClear is the latest model of atomizer following the popular NasaTouch. While the NasaTouch is no longer manufactured, the RhinoClear is the same atomizer – just battery powered. Our customers find this latest model to be more convenient and portable while still having all of the same benefits as the NasaTouch atomizer.