Meril Balloon Sinus Dilation System
Are You Chronic Sinusitis Patient? Now it’s time to break this cycle and breathe comfortably!
Inflammation of the mucosa, commonly caused by ostial obstruction, bacterial / viral infections, or a combination thereof, or structural problems; causes blockage of the sinus pathways, interruption and limitation of normal mucous drainage. For many patients, symptoms vary and may include nasal congestion, facial discomfort, nasal discharge, headache and fatigue. Sinusitis is considered acute when symptoms last 4 weeks or less and chronic when it lasts 12 weeks or longer.
The balloon sinuplasty procedure is safe and effective procedure for chronic sinusitis patients who are not responding well to medications and seeking relief from uncomfortable and painful sinusitis symptoms. Synuplasty maintains the normal anatomy of the sinuses and mucosal tissue, does not require bone or tissue removal.
- Minimally Invasive
- Minimal Trauma
- Minimal Pain
- Fast Recovery
- It can be applied in patients who cannot be anesthetized.
- It can be applied in patients with multiple bleeding.
Balloon Sinus Dilation Procedure
1. A Baloon catheter is insterted into the blocked ostium
2. The baloon is inflated to expand the sinus opening.
3. Saline is used to wash the infected sinus.
4. The system is removed leaving the sinuses open.
MESIRE Balloon Catheter: It is used to expand the sinus
MESIRE Illuminus (Guidewire): Light compatible light wire provides sinus cavity navigation and as an insertion aid for the balloon catheter.
MESIRE Guiding Catheter: Guide catheter is designed for targeted navigation of the Mesire TM balloon catheter into respective ostium.