The drug is administered intranasally by aerosol administration of 1 dose (1 dose = 1 short press of a spray).
For the purpose of prevention, adults and children from 3 months old are administered 1 dose of the drug in each nostril 2 times / day for 2 weeks (it is recommended to start the course of treatment 2-3 weeks before the expected rise in the incidence).
For the treatment of acute and chronic diseases of the upper respiratory tract and bronchi, children from 3 months to 3 years of age are prescribed 1 dose of the drug in each nostril 2 times / day after preliminary release from the mucous discharge until the symptoms of infection disappear; children over 3 years old and adults - 1 dose of the drug in each nostril from 2 to 5 times / day until the symptoms of infection disappear.
To restore local immunity after the transferred flu and other respiratory viral infections, children and adults are prescribed 1 dose of the drug in each nostril 2 times / day for 2 weeks.
In preparation for the planned surgical intervention and in the postoperative period, adults and children are prescribed 1 dose of the drug in each nostril 2 times / day for 2 weeks (it is recommended to start the course of treatment 1 week before the planned surgical intervention).
Rules for using the drug
For the correct functioning of the aerosol can, put the nozzle on the can, center it and gently, without effort, press it. After that, the device is ready for use.
When injecting the drug, the bottle should be in a strictly upright position, the patient should not throw his head back.
If you tilt the balloon during injection, the propellant will leak out in a few seconds and the device will become unusable.
With regular use of the drug, it is not recommended to remove the nozzle from the bottle.
If the drug is left for a long time without use, a drop of liquid may evaporate and the crystals formed will clog the nozzle outlet. This happens most often when the nozzle is removed and placed in the packag