Rhinolight Ltd.

14 Jankovich u.
6726 Szeged
Hungary

Phone: +36 62 493006
Fax: +36 62 493006
http://www.rhinolight.eu
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Company Contacts
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International sales manager: György Dékány, Ph.D Tel: +36-70-452-2154
dekany.gyorgy@rhinolight.hu

Managing director: Norbert Nagy, M.D. Tel: +36 7045 222 73
nagy.norbert@rhinolight.hu
Company Figures
Number of employees 1-19
Sales volume 1-9 Mio US $
Export content > 75%
Year of foundation 2003
Area of business Electronical Equipment / Medical Technology

Company Profile

About us

The Phototherapy

Different light therapies have long been for decades used successfully in the treatment of inflammatory and hyperproliferative skin diseases, yet the Rhinolight phototherapy is the first method capable of treating allergic rhinitis, one of the inflammatory diseases of the nasal mucosa. In Hungary, a research group at the Department of Dermatology and Allergology and at the Department of Optics and Quantum Electronics of the Szeged University, headed by Prof. Lajos Kemény, developed a method, first in the world, based on light therapy which can be used successfully to treat patients suffering from allergic rhinitis…

The Light

Rhinolight light is a high-intensity special light of special composition which has never been used before in human medication. The light used during the intranasal Rhinolight phototherapy causes neither heat nor pain on the treated surface. Due to its composition, there is no tissue damaging effect, thus it can be applied very safely for the long-term treatment of allergy patients…

With the involvement 49 patients not responding to ordinary antiallergic medicine therapy and suffering for at least 2 years from moderate or severe ragweed allergy, a randomized, double-blind placebo controlled study was conducted (Andrea I Koreck, Zsanett Csoma, Laszlo Bodai, Ferenc Ignacz, Anna Sz. Kenderessy, Edit Kadocsa, Gabor Szabo, Zsolt Bor, Anna Erdei, Barnabas Szony, Bernhard Homey, Attila Dobozy, Lajos Kemeny: Rhinophototherapy: a new therapeutic tool for the management of allergic rhinitis. J Allergy Clin Immunol, March 2005, Vol. 115, Number 3: 541-47.). The clinical diagnosis was based on the positive skin Prick test and the increased specific IgE level…

Inventors

Inventors of the Rhinolight phototherapeutic device…