Nasal Air Flow (Rhinomanometry):
Rhinomanometry is a minimal invasive instrument that offers a high degree of flexibility and a clear image of nasal resistance to airflow and nasal passage. The instrument function is uniquely designed to comprise a combination of both a quick screening method as well as the standard clinical measuring method. This tool is ideal for:
- Making dynamic pressure and flow recordings
- Exploring the aerodynamic consequences of neoplasms, polyps and other space-occupying lesions
- Performing pre-and post operative assessments
- Objectively assess nasal patency before and after decongestion
The well established method is frequently used to provide a dynamic assessment of nasal patency through the measurement of transnasal pressure and flow during respiration in patients with olfactory dysfunction caused by conductive (i.e., transport) defects.