After surgery, one gets some swelling in the nasal and sinus passages that can hinder flow of air to the smell fibers, by far the most common reason to have diminished smell after surgery. We would commonly treat with steroids and antibiotics for any potential infectionand to bring down swelling so that air can get to the top of the nose. Additionally, one would often treat with oral steroids to try to reverse any potential nerve damage. One can monitor smell function simply- we use the University of Pennsylvania Smell and Taste Center booklets.
Dr. Murphy is a recognized national leader in allergy and immunology. He is the founding Chief of the Allergy Section of PENN MEDICINE Chester County Hospital. He is a fellow and a member of the Board of Directors of the American Academy of Allergy Asthma and Immunology and as such has played an integral role in various national projects regarding Allergy/Immunology medical education, practice and patient care. Regionally Dr. Murphy has been intimately involved with advocacy related to injectable epinephrine available in schools, newborn screening for immune system disorders (SCID) and accurate physician representation of their training and credentials. He has been on the Alumni Board of the Penn State University College of Medicine and served as its President-elect, President and Past President. He is a past member of the Board of Regents of the Pennsylvania Allergy Association, past President of the Philadelphia Allergy Society, past representative for Allergy to the House of Delegates, and the Specialty Leadership Cabinet of the Pennsylvania Medical Society (2010 – present).
The SinusWars30, Loss of Smell and Taste Remedy comes in a tablet form and is easy to take; just place one tablet under your tongue and allow it to dissolve. Dissolving usually occurs within seconds.
All SinusWars remedies are designed to not only be effective but to also have a great taste making taking the remedy pleasant.
The dosage of the SinusWars30 Remedy is the same for both adults and children; 1 tablet needs to be taken twice daily (one tablet taken in the morning and one tablet taken at night).