PROPEL

helps you heal and may prevent further surgery.

PROPEL is a lightweight, dissolvable stent placed following surgery to keep the sinus open while delivering anti-inflammatory medicine.1

PROPEL delivers medication directly to the sinus.

Your doctor will place the dissolvable PROPEL stent at the end of surgery. Your PROPEL stent will continue to deliver needed medication for up to 30 days. It dissolves while it’s in your nose, so removal isn’t needed.1 Your physician may choose to remove PROPEL sooner.

Your doctor will place the dissolvable PROPEL stent at the end of surgery. Your PROPEL stent will continue to deliver needed medication for up to 30 days. It dissolves while it’s in your nose, so removal isn’t needed.1 Your physician may choose to remove PROPEL sooner.

Here’s why PROPEL may be a good option for you:

PROPEL works by delivering medication directly to the sinus

Opens

After sinus surgery, PROPEL is placed to help prop OPEN
the sinus.

Delivers

PROPEL DELIVERS medicine directly to the sinus to help reduce inflammation that could block the opening.

Dissolves

As the sinus heals open, PROPEL KEEPS THE SINUS OPEN AND IS DESIGNED TO DISSOLVE within 45 days.

PROPEL may improve your sinus surgery outcomes

REDUCES need for additional procedures

REDUCES need for additional procedures

REDUCES polyp formation

REDUCES polyp formation

REDUCES scarring of the healing sinus

REDUCES scarring of the healing sinus

Surgery + PROPEL = Better Outcomes

Please see important safety information at the bottom of the page.

Each PROPEL stent features a unique 2-in-1 mechanism that allows it to open the sinus while supplying steroids directly to the sinus where it’s needed.1

Propel Sinus Stent Animation

PROPEL keeps the sinuses open while releasing mometasone furoate, an advanced steroid.

Over 400,000 patients have successfully undergone PROPEL placement.

In combined information from two clinical studies with 143 patients, PROPEL sinus stent showed significant reduction in the need for post-surgery medical treatment.

Patients reported significantly reduced symptoms 6 months after sinus surgery and PROPEL implant1

Patients experienced a 35% reduction in the need for additional medical treatment after surgery at 30 days, compared to patients that had a stent without medication in it1

Patients with and without nasal polyps achieved reductions in the need for post-surgery medical treatment1

At Day 30, patients reduced the need for oral steroids by 40% (relative reduction)1

PROPEL has a proven safety profile – the most common side effects seen in trials were infection, bronchitis, headache and nose bleeds.

See what patients like you have to say about PROPEL.

*Individual results may vary

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View Frequently Asked Questions About PROPEL

After surgery, here are some things to keep in mind.

Once your stent is placed after surgery, make sure you follow your doctor’s instructions.

You’ll want to use a saline rinse several times a day – this is key to helping you heal

A saline rinse may be helpful right before your follow-up visit

As PROPEL dissolves, you may see thin, white fragments come out of your nose – this is normal. Most people don’t feel the PROPEL stent in their noses.

Find an ENT specialist in your area to help with chronic sinusitis treatment


Intersect ENT makes information available about physicians who can provide the PROPEL Sinus Stent. Physicians are listed based on the proximity to the zip code that you entered. Intersect ENT does not have any vested interest in any specific physicians, nor do we provide any recommendation, assurance, or guarantee with respect to their service. Intersect ENT does not endorse, recommend, certify, or make any expressed or implied warranty with respect to the credentials, qualifications, or abilities of any of these physicians.

References:

1.

Han JK et al. Effect of steroid-releasing sinus implants on postoperative medical and surgical interventions: an efficacy meta-analysis. Int Forum Allergy Rhinol. 2012;2(4): 271-279. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/22550039/

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