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Aldecin Aqueous Nasal Spray

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Product Name: Aldecin Aqueous Nasal Spray


Allergic rhinitis Vasomotor rhinitis Nasal polyposis


Produce local anti-inflammatory effects, decrease capillary permeability and mucous production, and produce vasoconstriction in the nasal mucosa Onset of action within 3-7 hours; effective on an as-needed basis; optimum effect after several days of regular use

Dose advice

Also available in: Aldecin Aqueous Nasal Spray and Refill: Nasal Spray, 50mcg/dose, 200 doses, x2 Adult: 2 sprays into each nostril twice daily up to a maximum of 8 sprays daily Child 3-12 years: Initially, 1 spray into each nostril twice daily then 1 spray into each nostril once daily Pregnancy: Safe to use Lactation: Safe to use


Schedule 4

Common side effects

Nasal stinging, itching Sneezing Sore throat Dry mouth Cough

Uncommon side effects

Nose bleed Nasal septal perforation Glaucoma Cataract Allergic reactions (urticaria, angioedema, bronchospasm, rash) Patients transferred from oral to nasal steroids may have impaired adrenal function Nasal corticosteroids may cause nose bleeding in people with bleeding disorders Nasal corticosteroids may delay healing in patients who have recently undergone surgery or trauma Systemic adverse effects are rare with nasal corticosteroid preparations when used at recommended doses. Occurrence of systemic adverse effects depends on amount of systemic absorption, which is influenced by dosage, duration of treatment and delivery system used. Adrenal impairment: may occur with high doses Bone density loss: clinical implications concerning the risk of osteoporosis and fracture are still unknown Glaucoma, cataract: risk may be increased. Skin thinning and bruising: may occur with high doses Impaired growth: corticosteroids may reduce growth velocity mainly in the first year of treatment; effect on growth of other organs (e.g. brain and lung) is not well known.


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Posted On: 22 July, 2003
Modified On: 30 January, 2014

Created by: myVMC