Medline Addipak Respiratory Inhalation Saline
Medline Addipak Respiratory Inhalation Saline is a sterile, preservative-free solution of 0.9% sodium chloride. It is available in single-use vials with milliliter markings for accurate dispensing. Saline solution is safe for many medical applications, including:
- Relieving dry eyes
- Flushing small wound beds
- Diluting respiratory medication
Features Of Addipak Respiratory Inhalation Saline:
- Easy-open twist-off cap designed for simple dispensing by the drop or milliliter
- Inverted mL graduations for accurate dispensing
- Sterile preservative-free solution provided in a tamper-resistant color-coded vial
How To Use:
- Open the vial and administer the solution as directed by your healthcare provider.
- The solution can be inhaled, sprayed into the eyes, or applied to the skin.
- Do not use if the vial is damaged.
- Keep out of reach of children.
- Store at room temperature.
- The product warranty is applicable as per the terms and conditions provided by the product manufacturer.
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- No returns will be accepted after 30 days from the date of shipment.
- All returns are subject to a restocking fee as per manufacturers terms and conditions.
- All returns must have an RGA number (Returned Goods Authorization), unauthorized returns will not be accepted.
- We do not guarantee fulfillment of any desired purpose or product suitability to the user and this will not be considered as a valid reason for return.
- The products must be new, unused condition, not tampered with, in original packaging and returned at the customers expense in the original packaging.
- If your return is not due to any manufacturing defect then the original shipping cost will be deducted from the total refund.
- Hygiene, bath and toilet items cannot be returned once opened or used.
- Standard manufacturer terms and conditions apply for return policy of this product.
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1. What is Respiratory Inhalation Saline?
Respiratory Inhalation Saline can be used to moisturize the upper respiratory tract, decrease cough, ease congestion, and help deliver inhaled medications. It does this by adding moisture to the airways, which can help loosen mucus and make it easier to cough up, reducing inflammation in the airways, which can help to relieve cough and congestion and by helping to deliver inhaled medications to the lungs, where they can be more effective.
2. What are the Benefits of using Respiratory Inhalation Saline?
- It can help to prevent respiratory infections.
- It can help to clear mucus from the airways, which can help to improve breathing.
- It can help to reduce inflammation in the airways, which can help to relieve cough and congestion.
- It is safe for most people to use, including children and pregnant women.
3. What is Addipak sodium chloride solution used for?
Addipak Solution is a sterile saline solution that is used in respiratory therapies to treat conditions such as cystic fibrosis, asthma, and bronchitis. It comes in unit vials containing either 3 milliliters or 5 milliliters of sodium chloride solution. It works by moisturizing the airways and loosening mucus. This can help to improve breathing and make it easier to cough up mucus. Addipak Solution is also used to deliver inhaled medications to the lungs.
4. Can we use Addipak in Nebulizers?
Yes, you can use Addipak as a nebulizer. To use Addipak in a nebulizer, simply open the vial and attach it to the nebulizer tubing. Turn on the nebulizer and breathe in the mist for the amount of time prescribed by your doctor.
5. What are the side effects of a saline nebulizer?
- Coughing: Some people may cough after using a saline nebulizer. This is usually mild and goes away on its own.
- Runny nose: Saline can also cause a runny nose in some people. This is also usually mild and goes away on its own.
- Nausea: In rare cases, saline nebulizers can cause nausea. If you experience nausea, stop using the nebulizer and talk to your doctor.
- Allergic reaction: In very rare cases, saline nebulizers can cause an allergic reaction. Symptoms of an allergic reaction can include hives, swelling, and difficulty breathing. If you experience any of these symptoms, stop using the nebulizer and seek immediate medical attention.