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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 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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There are special nose drops for babies that will help but if there are other problems then seek advice and check for other symptoms.
Some doctors recommend using decongestant nose drops or inhalers before your flight to avoid this problem.
"When we have given the vaccine as nose drops we have achieved one hundred per cent protection.
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."
Staffers are certified to provide routine medications such as pills, eye drops, nose drops and so forth, but the appearance of medical symptoms will trigger a call to a physician or to the family to make a medical appointment, just as in any residential setting.
By 2.5 months later, her urinary excretion of Hg had decreased to 24.9 [micro]mol/mol creatinine (44 [micro]g/g); by 8 months after the withdrawal of the nose drops, the urinary concentration of mercury was 2 [micro]mol/mol creatinine (3.8 [micro]g/g).
Saline nose drops may help to clear the air passages of this thickened mucus and help you breathe more easily.
* sterile cloth or pads * scissors * ice pack * tape * sterile bandages * cotton tipped swabs * hydrogen peroxide * nose drops * antibiotic ointment * eye pads * cotton balls * butterfly bandages Prevention
Sam had previously been a research chemist at Vick Chemical Company, participating in developments in nose drops, cough drops, and syrups.
They come as pills, nose sprays and nose drops. It's best not to use the nose sprays and drops for more than three days because you can become dependent on them very easily.
*Please Note: Some nose drops, sprays, combination cold tablets, lozenges, capsules, and cough mixtures contain drugs which may have undesirable and dangerous side effects.
When we lie, the temperature of the tip of the nose drops up to 1.2C (2.16F), while the forehead heats up to 1.5C (2.7F).