mucolysis

mu·col·y·sis

(myū-kol'i-sis),
The solution, digestion, or liquefaction of mucus.
[muco- + G. lysis, dissolution]
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Nebulisation is the process whereby liquid medications are aerosolised in order to enhance their penetration into the lower respiratory tract of patients with, for example, lower airway obstruction, pulmonary infection, or needing mucolysis of obstructive pulmonary secretions.
Sheffner first discovered the mucolytic properties of N-acetylcysteine and since then, this drug has been widely employed clinically in situations requiring mucolysis.
2 M Beta mercaptoethanol These ingredients together brought about mucolysis and acted as detergents.
Effects of tylosin on bacterial mucolysis, Clostridium perfringens colonization, and intestinal barrier function in a chick model of necrotic enteritis.