11 May 2021>: Clinical Research
Efficacy and Safety of Sea Salt-Derived Physiological Saline Nasal Spray as Add-On Therapy in Patients with Acute Upper Respiratory Infection: A Multicenter Retrospective Cohort StudyMin Jiang 1ABDEF , Junwen Chen 2B , Yuanhua Ding 3B , Chenxi Gan 4BDF , Ya Hou 5CD , Junge Lei 1BE , Mengzhi Wan 1B , Xing Li 1B , Zuke Xiao 1ACG*
Med Sci Monit 2021; 27:e929714
Figure 1 Instructions for sea salt-derived physiological saline nasal spray use. The spray device consisted of a bottle (up to 60 mL), a hand pump, a nozzle, a dust cover, and sea salt-derived physiological saline. Instructions: (A) remove the dust cover; (B) tilt the head backward, put the nozzle in the nostrils, and gently press the manual pump 4 to 8 times per nostril (spray distance ≥200 mm); (C) wipe the nasal secretions and excess sea salt-derived physiological saline with a paper towel; (d) clean the nozzle and replace the dust cover.