3 edition of The 2007-2012 Outlook for Non-Prescription Decongestant Nasal Sprays in Greater China found in the catalog.
September 28, 2006
by ICON Group International, Inc.
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||139|
One available option for treating nasal allergy symptoms is nasal decongestants (pills or sprays), and another is FLONASE nasal sprays. Here’s what you need to know and how they compare. NASAL DECONGESTANT PILLS AND SPRAYS. Nasal decongestants are used for quick, temporary relief of nasal congestion. They come in a variety of forms, such as. Nasal sprays in particular are sought after for the quick relief they offer, allowing one to proceed with normal activities as if congestion had never been an issue. However, the decongestants we so often rely on are not harmless medication considering they are full of side effects and can easily encourage addiction.
Taverner D, Latte J. Nasal decongestants for the common cold. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. ;(1):CD Horak F, Zieglmayer P, Zieglmayer R, et al. A placebo-controlled study of the nasal decongestant effect of phenylephrine and pseudoephedrine in . PRECAUTIONS: Before using this nasal decongestant, tell your doctor or pharmacist if you are allergic to it; or to other sympathomimetics (e.g., pseudoephedrine); or if you have any other product may contain inactive ingredients, which can cause allergic reactions or other problems. Talk to your pharmacist for more you have any of the following health .
Anticholinergic Nasal Sprays. An anticholinergic medication, ipratropium or Atrovent, is also available in a prescription nasal spray. Atrovent is used to treat the runny nose associated with allergies and other conditions, according to the American Academy of Allergy Asthma & . Dr. Zimon responded: If you need. a decongestant DAILY sounds like you need an allergy evaluation!!!! You might try a "steroid" spray like Naso-cort! While it is NOT for acute decongestion it will after a while help your symptoms is allergy is the culprit!!
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If Nasal Decongestant Spray (oxymetazoline (nasal)) is swallowed or too much is used, call a doctor or poison control center right away. Talk with the doctor before you give Nasal Decongestant Spray (oxymetazoline (nasal)) to a child younger than 6 years old.
Tell your doctor if you are pregnant, plan on getting pregnant, or are breast-feeding. The Outlook for Non-Prescription Decongestant Nasal Sprays in Greater China [Philip M.
Parker] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This study covers the latent demand outlook for non-prescription decongestant nasal sprays across the regions of Greater China. Decongestant nasal sprays (DNSs) provide immediate relief by shrinking swollen blood vessels in your nasal passages.
This reduces the. Who should not use these medications: Individuals who are allergic to any components of the nasal spray should not take this drug. Use: The usual dosage is 2 sprays. Nasal Decongestant Spray, Mucinex Sinus-Max Clear & Cool Nasal Spray, oz, Lasts 12 Hours, Fast Acting, Cooling Menthol Flavor, Packaging May Vary out of 5 stars 1, $ $ 8.
04 ($/Fl Oz). Sneezing and sniffling is common this time of year, but if you feel stuffy, you may find relief just a spray away — by using a non-prescription nasal decongestant spray.
Advertising Policy. In April, she’d begun to use a topical nasal-spray decongestant. The over-the-counter (OTC) drug worked like a charm. By summer, she was still using the spray daily. Yet it was helping for.
12 years of age and older 2 sprays each nostril once a day [This is the same medication that is in Alvesco.] Zetonna. Steroid. Seasonal and perennial nasal allergies (hay fever) in 12 years or older.
1 spray each nostril once a day- 37 mcg/spray [Dry nasal spray- same medicine as in Omnaris] Cromolyn Sodium. Nasalcrom Nasal Spray. Many OTC. Name: nasal decongestant Form: gel Ingredients: CAMPHOR (SYNTHETIC) in g, EUCALYPTUS OIL in g, MENTHOL in g Date: Labeler: Great Lakes Wholesale, Marketing, and Sales, INC NDC Code: View Details.
Decongestants are indicated for the temporary relief of eustachian tube and nasal congestion and for cough associated with postnasal drip. 2 Decongestant products are available in several dosage forms as combination and single-entity products, including pediatric formulations, to suit the needs of various patient populations.
To avoid the. Directions for use of nasal decongestant sprays vary somewhat, but the label of oxymetazoline % spray (Afrin) advises patients aged > 6 years to spray the product two to three times in each nostril not more often than every 10 to 12 hours, and not to exceed two applications in any hour period.
4,5 Exceeding that regimen often leads to. Nasal Decongestants at Walgreens. View current promotions and reviews of Nasal Decongestants and get free shipping at $ The GoodRx Fair Price represents the maximum price that a consumer, with or without insurance, should pay for this drug at a local pharmacy.
Insurance co-pays are typically less. Price based on 60 sprays of 32mcg, 1 nasal spray (generic if available). Proposed Rule: Bronchodilator, expectorant, and nasal decongestant combinations nonmonograph: 7/13/ 70FR Final Rule Date FR Citation; Final Rule: nonmonograph combinations: 9/27/ The proposed nonprescription topical nasal decongestants labelling standard describes the requirements necessary to receive marketing authorization for non-prescription topical nasal decongestant products containing oxymetazoline hydrochloride or xylometazoline hydrochloride as a single ingredient for use in adults to relieve nasal congestion.
Many nasal decongestant sprays even straight up say on the label that you shouldn’t exceed three days of use. If you’re still really congested after that, you can switch to other forms of. A wide variety of nasal decongestant options are available to you, There are 14 suppliers who sells nasal decongestant onmainly located in Asia.
The top countries of supplier is China, from which the percentage of nasal decongestant supply is % respectively. Decongestants are a type of medicine that can provide short-term relief for a blocked or stuffy nose (nasal congestion).
They can help ease the symptoms of conditions such as colds and flu, hay fever and other allergic reactions, catarrh and sinusitis. They work by reducing the swelling of the blood vessels in your nose, which helps to open the airways.
Nasal spray comes in two forms: a regular spray and a pump spray. It’s important to use these products correctly. This makes sure they deliver the medication properly so your body can absorb it. Over-the-counter decongestant nasal sprays provide fast relief by shrinking the swollen blood vessels in your nasal passages, helping you breathe.
Using over-the-counter nasal decongestant sprays long-term can cause one troubling side effect. Consumer Reports' health experts share tips on how to .Topical decongestants, however, have not been shown to prevent development of ABRS, and the data in support of their use as an adjunct for symptomatic relief are not strong.
2 An important consideration is the possible development of rhinitis medicamentosa, or rebound nasal congestion, after concluding use of topical decongestant sprays.Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on NASAL Decongestant: Oral tablet.
Close. What is this medicine? PSEUDOEPHEDRINE (soo doe e FED rin) is a decongestant. It is used to treat congestion of the nose or sinuses. Nasal spray, solution | Phenylephrine: Ophthalmic drops.