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Press Releases from ABSORBABLE NASAL IMPLANT DEVICES MARKET (4 total)

ABSORBABLE NASAL IMPLANT DEVICES MARKET - GLOBAL INDUSTRY INSIGHTS, TRENDS, OUTL …

Absorbable nasal implants are used to treat nasal blockage or obstructions and allow better breathing and sleep to the patient. Nasal airway obstruction can be caused by several factors, including septal deviation, enlarged turbinates, and weakened upper and/or lower lateral nasal wall cartilage, which can lead to nasal valve collapse (vestibular stenosis). Symptoms include stuffiness, congestion or an inability to breathe through one or both nostrils. The nasal valve

Absorbable Nasal Implant Devices Market, Company Analysis and Forecast to 2024

Absorbable nasal implants are used to treat nasal blockage or obstructions and allow better breathing and sleep to the patient. Nasal airway obstruction can be caused by several factors, including septal deviation, enlarged turbinates, and weakened upper and/or lower lateral nasal wall cartilage, which can lead to nasal valve collapse (vestibular stenosis). Symptoms include stuffiness, congestion or an inability to breathe through one or both nostrils. The nasal valve

Absorbable Nasal Implant Devices Market - Trends, Outlook, and Opportunity Analy …

Spirox, Inc. recently announced the positive outcomes from a multi-center study of Latera absorbable nasal implant. In this study, LATERA showed significant quality-of-life improvement through one year, using the NOSE score, for nasal obstruction patients with lateral cartilage weakness resulting in nasal valve collapse. Improvements identified in the study included less nasal blockage or obstruction, less trouble breathing through the nose while at rest or during exercise, and less trouble

Absorbable Nasal Implant Devices Market - Global Industry Analysis 2024

Absorbable nasal implants are used to treat nasal blockage or obstructions and allow better breathing and sleep to the patient. Nasal airway obstruction can be caused by several factors, including septal deviation, enlarged turbinates, and weakened upper and/or lower lateral nasal wall cartilage, which can lead to nasal valve collapse (vestibular stenosis). Symptoms include stuffiness, congestion or an inability to breathe through one or both nostrils. The nasal valve