nasal airway resistance

nasal airway resistance

ENT The state of the nasal passages during breathing, which reflects the degree of nasal obstruction Evaluation Simultaneous measurement of transnasal pressure and airway resistance
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Studies for evaluating nasal airway resistance and obstruction first started in the 19th century, and many tests and measuring methods have been devised to date.
Review of the increased resistance values show the nasal airway resistance to be close to normal limits despite the increase.
Abnormalities of the nose, such as septal deviation, nasal polyps, intranasal benign tumors, inferior turbinate hypertrophy, rhinitis, and even malignancies, may cause or aggravate the symptoms of OSA due to severe nasal obstruction and elevated nasal airway resistance.
We will also describe a cooperative protocol between primary care physicians and dentists, allergists, oral myologists, otorhinolaryngologists (ENT doctors), and orthodontists for the management of young patients with increased nasal airway resistance.
They concluded that the pharyngeal flap procedure increased nasal airway resistance.
The effect of rapid maxillary expansion on nasal airway resistance.
We accomplished this by comparing (1) the results of simultaneously measured nasal cavity and intramaxillary sinus pressures before and after widening of ventilation openings, (2) changes in mucociliary transport function as measured by the saccharin test, and (3) changes in nasal airway resistance.
Oral and topical nasal decongestants result in a statistically significant improvement in subjective symptoms of nasal congestion and objective nasal airway resistance in adults' common colds (strength of recommendation [SOR]: A, based on randomized controlled trials).
A prospective study using rhinomanometry and patient clinical satisfaction to determine if objective measurements of nasal airway resistance can improve the quality of septoplasty.
1] CNS claims that such an opening of the nasal cavities leads to a 30% reduction in nasal airway resistance.
In the normal awake state, nasal airway resistance markedly exceeds that of oral airway resistance.