FREE NeilMed Sinus Rinse Bottle or NasaFlo Neti Pot

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Select p1886b in the drop-down box and take the quiz. Here are the answers for the quiz:

Q1: What time of year is worst for nasal allergies?
A: Spring

Q2: Which of the following can be shown to directly worsen chronic sinus congestion?
A: Smoking

Q3: Sinusitis, inflammation of the lining of sinuses, and Rhinitis, inflammation of the lining of nasal passages, may develop due to
A: Allergic reactions

Q4: Which of the following are NOT symptoms of chronic or acute sinusitis?
A: Palpitations

Q5: How many pairs of craniofacial (head and face) sinus cavities are there?
A: Four

Q6: There are four sinus cavities that are located in the head and face: the Frontal, Ethmoid, Sphenoid, and ____________ Sinuses. Which of the following correctly fills in the blank?
A: Maxillary

Q7: NeilMed Sinus Rinse is considered as the potential first line of treatment for the symptomatic relief of
A: Acute and chronic nasal and sinus conditions

Q8: Symptoms of sinusitis include:
A: All of the above

Q9: NeilMed Sinus Rinse mixture packets contain the following preservative(s):
A: None

Q10: Large volume saline irrigation is defined as instillationof saline as which of the following quantities per nostril or nasal passage?
A: Options 2 and 3

Q11: The best improvement of sinonasal excess mucus symptom was shown with
A: Combination of Nasal corticosteroid sprays and large volume saline irrigation using NeilMed Sinus Rinse Kit

Q12: By which manner does the NeilMed NasaFlo NetiPot function?
A: Gravity flow method

Q13: How does the NeilMed Sinus Rinse squeeze bottle function?
A: Positive pressure by gently squeezing the soft bottle

Q14: The NeilMed SinuGator pulsatile irrigator works by
A: Pressing the switch and creating battery powered pulsating pumping of saline from the reservoir

Q15: What kind of water source is safe to use for nasal saline irrigation ?
A: Previously boiled and cooled down water

Q16: Which of the following water choice(s) are generally considered as safe or good to use for nasal irrigation?
A: All of the above

Q17: Large volume, low pressure (LVLP) saline nasal irrigation is considered the
A: First line of treatment for rhinitis and sinusitis

Q18: Large volume and low pressure nasal irrigation devices can be a part of daily hygiene just like brushing your teeth, washing your hands, or showering.
A: True

Q19: A recent study on saline nasal irrigations with corticosteroid therapy resulted in
A: Significantly improved nasal symptoms than corticosteroid sprays alone

Q20: Nasal irrigation through NeilMed Sinus Rinse or NasaFlo NetiPot is safe for pregnant women.

A: True

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