iliadin® Saline Metered Nose Spray

ILIADIN® SALINE METERED NOSE SPRAY

For daily nasal care

iliadin® Saline Metered Nose Spray is ideal for daily nasal hygiene and care. It’s an easy-to-use saline solution that soothes dryness due to air conditioning, heating, smoke or air travel.

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Saline, or simply another word for a salt solution, has been known throughout the ages to have a rehydration effect. Salt is important for maintaining the body’s electrolyte balance, enabling the organs to function properly. For workers outside in the heat or for people who lead active lifestyles, rehydrating the body with salt and water is vital for optimal electrolyte intake. Electrolytes include calcium, magnesium, potassium and sodium. When used in the nose, a saline solution can help to cleanse and moisturise the nose.

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1 In a prospective, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial, iliadin® Metered Nose Spray (0,05 % m/v) demonstrated a statistically significant reducing of the duration of acute rhinitis by 2 days as compared to physiological saline solution and a mean onset of action after 25 seconds. Reinecke S, Tschaikin M. MMW - Fortschr Med. 2005;147(3):113-118.

 

2 Martindale. Thirty-eighth edition. The complete drug reference. Oxymetazoline Hydrochloride. Editor: Thomson Reuters.

 

* iliadin® Metered Nose Spray (0,05 % Oxymetazoline). Indicated for adults and children aged six years and older. Ask your doctor or pharmacist about the iliadin® product that is best suited for your family.

 

 

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