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Nasal irrigation solution.

SaltAire Nasal Sinus Wash is a gentle, nonirritating buffered hyptertonic saline nasal wash for patients with chronic sinusitis, allergic rhinitis, and exposure to pollutants and poor-quality air. The benefits of nasal irrigation with this type of solution have been reported widely in the Otolaryngology, Allergy/Immunology, and Internal Medicine literature.

SaltAire comes prefilled in an innovative nasal-irrigator bottle (patent pending). Patient compliance with daily nasal irrigation is enhanced because the irrigator is simple and pleasant to use, taking only a minute or two each day.

SaltAire is available in a 12.5-oz dispenser bottle and 32-oz refill bottles.
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Title Annotation:SaltAire Nasal Sinus Wash
Comment:Nasal irrigation solution.(SaltAire Nasal Sinus Wash)
Publication:Ear, Nose and Throat Journal
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Apr 1, 2001
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