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nose drops

a liquid preparation intended for intranasal administration with a medicine dropper. Most frequently used for decongestion of the nasal passages but can be used for any other appropriate indication.

nose drops

a medicated solution to be dropped into the nose.

nose drops

A regional street term for liquefied heroin.

nose drops

(nōz drops)
Liquid preparation intended for intranasal administration with a medicine dropper. Most frequently used for decongestion of the nasal passages but can be used for any other appropriate indication.
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The aim is to get a preparation which can be injected just once or administered as nose drops just once.
However, Tomotaka Shingaki and colleagues said that new evidence indicates that some drugs administered through the nose, either as nose drops or nasal spray, can bypass this barrier and travel directly into the brain.
There are special nose drops for babies that will help but if there are other problems then seek advice and check for other symptoms.
Doctors have been warned about the possible fatal dangers to children of steroid nose drops - which can cause Cushing's syndrome.
This is given by way of nose drops at least a week before boarding and lasts up to six months.
He had a temperature of 102 degrees, a throat infection and was taking antibiotics, nose drops and aspirin.
So you tried the nose drops and you're still snoring so loud that the mini-blinds are rattling?
All of the five routes of inoculation tested by Robinson's team conferrred immunity: nose drops, injections -- into muscle, veins, and under the skin -- and a "shotgun" application to the skin.
Such oral decongestants as pseudoephedrine can dry up mucus and may open clogged nasal passages, as can nose drops, but they may produce a rebound effect that further aggravates swelling of the nasal membranes.
In Cytran's clinical trials patients self-administer the drug as nose drops.
Corticosteroid nose drops or nasal sprays to shrink the polyps, corticosteroid tablets to shrink any larger or more troublesome polyps quickly, and surgery to remove larger polyps using tiny surgical instruments which are inserted up your nostrils.
While there is no standard treatment for the common cold, popular over-the-counter treatments include aspirin, pain relievers, fever reducers, nose drops and sprays, antihistamines and cough syrups.