Friday, June 1, 2012

About Nasodren

The therapeutic efficacy of Nasodren in relieving the symptoms of ear pathology is determined by the liquefaction capacity of the secretion accumulated in the tympanic cavity and auditory tube, the improvement of the mucociliary clearance of the mucous membrane of the nose and sinuses, the intensification of evacuation and ventilation functions of the auditory tube.,

Nasodren is a natural product. Its active ingredient are saponins, a cyclamen extract that gives a fast relief from rhinosinusitis symptoms, like nasal blockage, obstruction, congestion or nasal discharge. Saponins can’t pass trough to the mucosa membrane and therefore do not reach bloodstream and consequently they do not produce systemic side effects.
Nasodren acts activating the physiological defense mechanisms of the upper airways (increased mucus secretion, greater ciliary cleansing activity and increased arterial blood flow) that are impaired during rhinosinusitis. Nasodren stimulates the trigeminal nerve endings of the nasal mucosa that leads to a seromucus discharge, reduction of the inflammation of the mucosa and opening of the ostiums and therefore cleaning sinuses and nasal cavity
This specific mechanism of action may produce some itching, sneezing, and a brief sensation of mild to moderate burning sensation in the nasopharynx and more rarely, a brief lacrimation and flushing of the face. These are manifestations of the positive response to the product. All these effects usually diminish during the course of treatment.

There are studies showing that when administered locally, Nasodren do no alter neither produce morphological changes in the mucosa of the nasal cavity or sinuses
Nasodren, locally administered, is safe for the nasal mucosa.

Do no use Nasodren in case of allergy to Primulaceae, the family of plants to which Cyclamen europaeum (Nasodren active ingredient) belongs to.

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