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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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When we have given the vaccine as nose drops we have achieved one hundred per cent protection.
The performances so turned me off that I returned the whole kit, including the nose drops, to my pharmacy as a protest and got my money back.
The decongestant nose drops, he explains, are ideal for those 2 and older for stubborn stuffiness "when the saline by itself won't do the trick.
Sam had previously been a research chemist at Vick Chemical Company, participating in developments in nose drops, cough drops, and syrups.
Please Note: Some nose drops, sprays, combination cold tablets, lozenges, capsules, and cough mixtures contain drugs which may have undesirable and dangerous side effects.
The Gray Lady: Rosemary Jacobs was given nose drops as a child to help her congestion.
There are yet emergency remedies for unforeseen but probable situations that may arise on out-of-town trips-pills and syrups for cold and fever and allergies, antibiotic ointments, medicated patches, balms, eye and nose drops, alcohol, insect repellents, sunscreen lotions, and now, a newly discovered nose strip that makes me breathe easier and sleep better.
Washington, Sept 23 (ANI): Scientists have reported the development and testing of a drug that could treat brain cancer, and can be given as nose drops rather than an injection.
Lastly, I believe saline nose drops should be recommended to all MDMP users for the prevention of upper respiratory tract infections, as we previously suggested (16-17) so that interruptions in treatment can be prevented.
A safer and probably more effective treatment for infants includes softening nasal secretions with saline nose drops or a cool-mist humidifier, then clearing the nose with a rubber suction bulb.