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ACCLARENT AERA® Eustachian Tube Balloon Dilation System is intended for use by physicians who are trained on Acclarent Technology. Eustachian tube balloon dilation has associated risks, including tissue and mucosal trauma, infection, or possible carotid artery injury. 

ACCLARENT® Balloon Sinuplasty Devices are intended for use by or under the direction of a physician who is trained in the use of Acclarent Technology. ACCLARENT® Balloon Sinuplasty Device use has described risks, including tissue and mucosal trauma, infection, or possible orbital injury. 

Acclarent Navigation Technology is intended for use by or under the direction of a physician. Devices guided by the Acclarent Navigation Technology have described risks including the potential for unintended injury to the orbits or CNS as a consequence of inaccurate navigation. 

The RELIEVA TRACT™ Nasal Balloon Dilation System is an instrument intended to provide increased intranasal space to facilitate access for endonasal and trans-nasal procedures and/or temporarily address nasal obstruction by displacing the inferior turbinate and lower nasal septum. The RELIEVA TRACT™ Nasal Balloon Dilation System is intended for use in ages 17 years or older. Balloon dilation catheters should be used by or under supervision of physicians thoroughly trained in balloon dilation. A thorough understanding of the technical principles, clinical application, and risk associated with balloon dilation of the nasal passage is necessary before using this device. 

Important Safety Information 

Prior to use, it is important to read the Instructions for Use and to understand the registration process and the contraindications, warnings and precautions described for the systems. 

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