GP Resources



The following documents are relevant resources for primary care physicians.

Facial pain
Not every facial pain is due to sinusitis.
The visual summary is taken from the following article.
Banigo et al. Orofacial pain.BMJ 2018; 361 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.k1517 (Published 16 May 2018)
Orofacial pain.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [206.8 KB]
Chronic Sinusitis App
You may wish to introduce your chronic sinusitis patients to this App that works as a diary for their symptoms and contains education materials. The app has been developed by the European Forum for Research and Education in allergy and airway disease.
Sinusitis App.jpg
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ENT referral recommendations for GPs
This is a guideline from Western Australian Department of Health for primary care physicians on how to manage the common ENT problems and when to refer to the ENT specialists. The guideline uses three categories on the urgency of the referral (Category1: Urgent; Category2: Semi urgent and Category3: Routine). The recommendations are for guidance only; professional and personal judgement should be employed in each individual case.
ENT CPAC Referral Recommendations 2012.p[...]
Adobe Acrobat document [87.4 KB]
Management of rhinosinusitis for Primary Care Physicians 2013
Rhinosinusitis Management for Primary Ca[...]
Adobe Acrobat document [639.7 KB]
Commissioning of rhinosinusitis-Consultation 2013
Rhinosinusitiscommissioning guide- For c[...]
Adobe Acrobat document [651.6 KB]
ENT UK Position Paper on Septal Surgery 2010
ENT UK Position Paper on Septal Surgery.[...]
Adobe Acrobat document [73.0 KB]
Allergic Rhinitis Management-Pocket Reference 2008
Allergic Rhinitis Management -Pocket Ref[...]
Adobe Acrobat document [1.3 MB]