Hyaneb Inhalation Solution

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Hyaneb Hypertonic Nebulization Solution Contains 70 Mg / Ml Sodium Chloride, 1 Mg / Ml Sodium Hyaluronate And Distilled Water.

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1 review for Hyaneb Inhalation Solution

  1. Zurab

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    • WikiKenko - Health Encyclopedia

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      Hello Zurab, this is WikiKenko.

      Hyaneb is a product that is used to loosen or dissolve thick mucus in the airways. It contains hypertonic saline and hyaluronic acid. Hypertonic saline is a very salty solution. Hyaneb is used together with a nebulizer. The nebulized solution reaches the lungs through inhalation. The salt in the solution attracts water from its surroundings which loosens the mucus making it easier to cough up. Hyaluronic acid is added to the solution to mask the very salty taste after nebulization.

      it’s important to consult with a healthcare professional before taking any medication. They will be able to provide you with information on how to obtain Hyaneb Inhalation Solution and whether it is appropriate for your needs.

      A study showed that nebulized Hyaneb was more effective in reducing the need for β(2) bronchodilators and caused a significant reduction in the incidence of adverse effects compared with nebulized hypertonic saline solution alone. It’s important to note that medication should always be determined in consultation with your attending physician. For information on treatment, consult your doctor and/or pharmacist.

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