First Canadian guidelines for treating acute sinusitis

    The first Canadian guidelines for treating acute sinusitis have just been released.

    Acute sinusitis is a common problem. It usually comes after a cold or upper respiratory infection.

    About 40% of these patients get better without treatment.

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