Chronic Rhinosinusitis Webinar
In this webinar, Professor Connie Katelaris shares information on chronic rhinosinusitis.
This webinar covered:
- What chronic rhinosinusitis is
- How chronic rhinosinusitis is different to allergic rhinitis
- Treatment options including new biologic medicines
- Ongoing management.
Event recorded: Wednesday 8 November 2023
Chronic Rhinosinusitis - Full webinar
Do you believe antibiotics are needed when you have a suspected sinus infection after having a cold?
Is it ever too late to start Actair or similar desensitisation? Which is more effective: desensitisation daily meds or monthly needles, given that I need to do them for 3 years?
How do you diagnose and treat CRS of fungal origin?
I get some relief at night when I rub Vicks Vapour rub under the nose. What is your opinion? What about position and massage?
Is obstructive sleep apnoea common in people with CRS?
Wondering if a facial/dental trauma might affect nasal drainage pathways and either trigger or exacerbate CRS?
Why would polyps develop within 4 weeks following sinus surgery?
Do oral decongestants play a role for short term relief?
Is there any link with chronic nose bleeds (epistaxis) and some of these conditions including CRS or milder allergic rhinitis and/or asthma?
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About the presenter:
Dr Katelaris is Head of Unit, Immunology/Allergy at Campbelltown Hospital and Professor, Immunology/Allergy, Western Sydney University. She has a longstanding interest in the management of chronic rhinitis and sinusitis, and chairs the ASCIA working party on chronic rhinosinusitis.