nose spray

nose spray

[′nōz ‚sprā]
(ordnance)
Fragments of a bursting projectile that are thrown forward in the line of flight, in contrast to base spray and side spray.
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He said that some scholars may disagree about the nose spray just as some disagree that a sorbitrate, a pill placed under the tongue for patients suffering from heart problems, can break the fast.
It's being pioneered by Dr Julie Fleet of the University of South Australia who found fentanyl nose spray to be "just as effective as pethidine injections" which are commonly used in labour.
Use saline nose spray, vapour rubs or cough lozenges
Topical steroids (as a nose spray, inhaler or skin cream)--effective at switching white cells off and suppressing the immune response locally
It''s best to try a steroid nose spray and eye drops.
With a nose spray, the nasal discharge might prevent getting the steroids in the nasal sinuses, so we thought that administering these (systemic) corticosteroids might have some beneficial effects," said Dr.
If you are unable to find relief through these treatments, talk to your doctor about other options, including corticosteroid nose spray.
Arcadia has been critical of CPEX since last August, when it questioned the company's focus on developing Nasulin, an insulin nose spray, as well as litigation over Testim, CPEX's only product on the market, and excessive compensation of its chief executives.
Toray Industries climbed 32 yen, or almost 6 percent, to 568 yen on reports it has developed technology to enable diabetes patients to receive insulin doses through a nose spray instead of injections.
5 oz/lb of body weight per day); using a saline nasal spray with aloe vera or other anti-inflammatory herbs every 2-3 hours; using a steam inhaler for 15-20 minutes two to three times per day; inhaling medicinal eucalyptus oil frequently; and swabbing peppermint oil outside of both nostrils following use of the saline nose spray.
5 ounces per pound of body weight per day), using a saline nasal spray with aloe vera or other anti-inflammatory herbs every 2-3 hours, using a steam inhaler for 15-20 minutes 2-3 times per day, inhaling medicinal eucalyptus oil frequently, and swabbing peppermint oil outside of both nostrils following use of saline nose spray