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1 ml of solution contains:
active substance: naphazoline nitrate-1.00 mg;
excipients: boric acid, disodium edetate, sodium chloride, benzalkonium chloride, sodium hydroxide, purified water.
Dosage and administration:
Adults and teenagers from 12 years old:
2-4 drops in each nasal passage 3 times a day.
The drug can be used up to 5 days. If breathing becomes free, the use of the drug can be completed earlier. Re-use of the drug is possible only a few days after its withdrawal. If the patient forgot to use the drug, then he can use it right away, and the next dose should be used at a specified interval. Two doses should not be used immediately.
Performing the instillation procedure: before using the drug and 5 minutes after its use, it is necessary to clear the nasal passages. Remove the cap from the vial before use. Tilt the head back in a sitting position or lie down, insert the tip of the nozzle of the bottle turned upside down gently into one of the half of the nose, drip the drug into each half of the nose, gently tilt the head from side to side several times. After use, clean the tip of the nozzle, close the bottle cap.
The vial should only be used by one person because of the risk of transmission. Back to list
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