Do nasal decongestants relieve symptoms?
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Oral and topical nasal decongestants result in a statistically significant improvement in subjective symptoms of nasal congestion and objective nasal airway resistance in adults' common colds (strength of recommendation [SOR]: A, based on randomized controlled trials). Evidence is lacking to support the use of decongestants in acute sinusitis.
Journal of Family Practice, 52(9) 2003: 721-722.
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