Leader Sinus Wash Saline Refills
Medically reviewed on May 21, 2017
Dosage form: powder, for solution
Ingredients: SODIUM BICARBONATE 22.2mg in 100mg, SODIUM CHLORIDE 77.8mg in 100mg
Labeler: Cardinal Health 414, LLC
NDC Code: 70000-0270
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(in each packet)
Sodium Bicarbonate USP 700 mg
Sodium Chloride USP 2300 mg
Temporarily relieves symptoms associated with sinusitis, cold, flu or allergies:
•Sneezing •Runny nose
•Nasal stuffiness •Post nasal drip
•Removes inhaled irritants (dust, pollen)
•Promotes nasal and sinus drainage
•Helps reduce swelling of nasal membranes
•Moisturizes dry nasal passages
Keep out of reach of children
•Stop use and ask a doctor if washing is uncomfortable or symptoms are not relieved.
•Do not use unfiltered tap water, see instructions inside box for for proper water sources.
•Do not use if nasal passages are completely blocked or if you have an ear infection or blocked ears.
Adults and children
4 years and over:
Use 1-2 packets per 8 fl oz(240 mL)
up to every 2 hours as needed
|Children under 4 years:||Consult a physician|
|See enclosed instruction sheetfor complete directions and proper use|
- Inspect saline packets for integrity
- Do not use saline packets if open or torn
- Protect saline packets from excessive heat and moisture
- See saline packets or box for lot # and expiration date
SINUS WASH SALINE REFILLS
sodium bicarbonate, sodium chloride powder, for solution
|Labeler - Cardinal Health 414, LLC (097537435)|
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