saline irrigation

saline irrigation

the washing out of a body cavity or wound with a stream of salt solution, usually an isotonic aqueous solution of sodium chloride.
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A: Saline irrigation is an excellent way to relieve this sort of nasal congestion.
An interesting and unique feature was that this fungus ball was loose and could be largely washed away with simply saline irrigation.
We propose a conservative treatment approach with saline irrigation and debridement.
It noted the important clinical advantages of TURis are reducing the risk of TUR syndrome with the use of a saline irrigation fluid rather than glycine, which is traditionally used with monopolar TURP, and in reducing the need for blood transfusion.
Accordingly, the aim of this study was to evaluate whether a set of specific calibrations was required for each soil type and salinity condition to use the Diviner 2000 to monitor the use of saline irrigation water.
Authors of several studies have concluded that saline irrigation improves sinusitis symptoms and is safe and acceptable to users.
File said he recommends patients take acetaminophen for sinus pain, use saline irrigation and drink plenty of fluids.
Nasal saline irrigation under direct vision after removal of the rhinolith, was suggested previously in order to prevent revisions (Z).
For example, the formula is pH balanced with Arm & Hammer baking soda to help prevent stinging or discomfort commonly associated with saline irrigation and has a patent-pending, leak-proof design to help users avoid messy spills.
Shoulder arthroscopy was performed with normal saline irrigation using a rotary pump at 60 mmHg.
Each salinity combination received subsequent irrigations of 25, 50, and 25 mm at times which differed between treatments and experiments, applied as a controlled spray to the soil surface to avoid direct contact between the saline irrigation water and the leaves of the wheat plants.
I know lots of people who refuse to shut up about the Neti pot, a fancy saline irrigation device that has its roots in the ancient Hindu practice of Ayurveda.