Healthy nose
olfactory neuron
Olfactory Neurons are special nerve cells in the Nose that help you smell. They detect odors in the air and send signals to your Brain, where the smells are identified.
Nasal Sinuses
Nasal Sinuses are air-filled spaces in the bones around your Nose. They help moisten the air you breathe, produce mucus to trap particles, and give your voice its unique sound.
The Nose is the part of your face that sticks out and helps you breathe and smell. It filters, warms, and moistens the air before it reaches your Lungs.
Diseased nose
COVID-19 is a highly contagious illness caused by the coronavirus. It affects the respiratory system and can cause symptoms like fever, cough, and even lead to Olfactory Neuron damage causing people to lose their sense of smell.
Sinusitis is an inflammation of the Nasal Sinuses, often caused by an infection. It can lead to symptoms like a stuffy Nose, headache, and facial pain or pressure.
A Nosebleed is when blood comes out of your Nose, usually due to the rupture of small blood vessels in the nasal lining. It can be caused by dry air, injury, or other factors.
nose Treatment
covid-19 -> olfactory neuron
Remdesivir treats COVID-19 by interfering with the virus's ability to make copies of itself. This can help slow down the spread of the virus in the body and give the immune system a chance to fight it.
sinusitis -> nasal sinuses
Pseudoephedrine treats Sinusitis by narrowing the blood vessels in your nasal passages. This reduces swelling and congestion, making it easier to breathe through your Nose.
nosebleed -> nose
Oxymetazoline treats Nosebleeds by constricting the blood vessels in your Nose. This helps to slow down or stop the bleeding, allowing the injured blood vessels to heal.

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