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THE RELIEVA TRACT® PROCEDURE
If you suffer from consistent Nasal Airway Obstruction (NAO) symptoms including, a stuffy or congested nose, blocked airflow through the nose or any difficulty with nasal breathing you may benefit from surgery with the RELIEVA TRACT® Nasal Dilation System. Learn more about the procedure, how it works and why treatment is important.
HOW IT WORKS
The RELIEVA TRACT® Nasal Dilation System is a minimally invasive option for nasal obstruction.1 During the procedure, the RELIEVA TRACT® dilates (opens up) your nasal passage through use of a small balloon.
- Following simple numbing of the nasal area, the balloon is guided through your nose to the site of desired dilation
- Once in place the balloon is inflated to open up or increase internasal space and/or treat nasal airway obstruction
- After dilation of your nasal passage, the balloon is deflated and gently removed from your nose
WHAT TO EXPECT
- Minimally invasive treatment of nasal airway obstruction1
- Outpatient procedure that can be performed in your doctor's office
- With simple, anesthetic numbing, most patients report no major discomfort
“I started seeing results right away... I can breathe! I can breathe through my nose.”
Talking about the benefits of treatment with RELIEVA TRACT®
WHY IT’S IMPORTANT
Seeking treatment can help reduce any significant negative impact that your symptoms may cause on daily life and increase your quality of life.
- NAO can significantly restrict airflow through the nose
- Nasal breathing has health benefits vs. mouth breathing2
- NAO can significantly compromise quality of life3
- Difficulty with nasal breathing can affect daily activity and exercise as well as sleep
Find a Doctor
- IFU005161 Rev A RELIEVA TRACT™ Balloon Dilation System ‐ Instructions for Use
- Turowski. Should I Breathe Through My Mouth or Through My Nose? Cleveland Clinic Health Essentials. health.clevelandclinic.org. 2020. Accessed August 12, 2021.
- Bezerra, Stewart, Fornazieri, Pilan, Pinna, Padua, Voegels. Quality of life assessment septoplasty in patients with nasal obstruction. Brazilian Journal of Otorhinolaryngology. 2012; 78:3:57-62. sciencedirect.com.
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