Traducción de decongestant en Español:


descongestionante, adj.

Pronunciación /diːk(ə)nˈdʒɛst(ə)nt//ˌdikənˈdʒɛstənt/


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    • Peppermint also has antiseptic and decongestant qualities that can help relieve the pain of ear inflammation.
    • If you see a doctor within four to six hours, treatment will usually be with decongestant medications such as pseudoephedrine or terbutaline.
    • For people with significant nasal congestion, a decongestant therapy may be prescribed.
    • In accordance with common practice in the Netherlands, the children also received decongestant nasal drops and could be given acetaminophen to relieve pain and fever.
    • Baxter is expected to contend that his positive test was an innocent mistake resulting from the use of a nasal decongestant inhaler which contained levmetamfetamine, a chemical related to methamphetamine.
    • Most patients I see with this problem are taking some sort of western medication i.e. antihistamine, nasal decongestant spray or cortisone based inhalers.
    • If the reason for nasal decongestant addiction was anatomically based - say, a deviated septum - then surgery may be necessary.
    • If you can't avoid flying, ask your doctor for a decongestant nasal spray.
    • Antihistamine, antiallergic and steroid nasal sprays work well, as do decongestant sprays.
    • Using a cool mist vaporizer or giving your child an over-the-counter decongestant medicine may help.
    • Non-medicated saline sprays or pure drinking water are more effective than decongestant sprays, which can damage the nasal lining if used regularly.
    • Over the counter antihistamines or antihistamine decongestant mixtures in long acting form work well for many people.
    • You can also try using a nasal decongestant spray several hours before the flight.
    • This is present in many cold and decongestant preparations.
    • A decongestant spray may cause more congestion in some people, and over-the-counter sprays may have stimulant side effects.
    • Don't use a decongestant nasal spray for more than two or three days at a time because, after longer use, you may develop severe congestion as soon as you stop.
    • Antihistamine and decongestant combinations are used to treat the nasal congestion (stuffy nose), sneezing, and runny nose caused by colds and hay fever.
    • To clear a muggy head, put a couple of drops of thyme, rosemary or pine essential oil on a handkerchief and inhale frequently - all have antiviral and decongestant properties.
    • You may be given a decongestant spray or paste to reduce any inflammation in the nose.
    • If you use a decongestant nasal spray (like Afrin, Neo-Synephrine, or Dristan) for more than three days, watch out for rebound congestion, which makes you even more congested.


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    descongestionante masculino
    anticongestivo masculino
    • For example, decongestants, steroids, aspirin and ibuprofen may cause side effects that are also symptoms of anxiety or panic, such as nervousness and sweating.
    • Don't use medicated nose drops, sprays, or decongestants without first checking with your health care provider.
    • Research has shown that cold and allergy medications such as antihistamines and decongestants are not helpful in preventing them.
    • In short, he had a cold, and we discussed over-the-counter decongestants.
    • Appropriate doses of analgesics, antipyretics and decongestants should be offered, as well as patient education about the chosen treatment strategy.
    • Because oral decongestants elevate blood pressure, avoid them if you have high blood pressure (hypertension).
    • When appropriate, prescribe decongestants, cough medicine or antipyretics.
    • The patients were treated with cough syrup and decongestants.
    • He received multiple courses of oral antibiotics, nasal steroids, and decongestants, with only temporary relief.
    • Looking through the chart, I found that antibiotics, antihistamines, analgesics, and decongestants had been no help.
    • If your child is taking medications that contain antihistamines or decongestants, talk to your child's doctor about whether to continue them during the flight.
    • Tremor can be caused by some medicines, including heart medicines, decongestants, medicines for breathing problems, and tricyclic antidepressants.
    • Studies have shown no benefit to treating children's colds with antihistamines, decongestants or cough suppressants.
    • Often, the condition can be controlled with decongestants, antihistamines, and nasal corticosteroid sprays and sometimes antibiotics.
    • Various drugs can be used to dry up excessive watery nasal secretions, and decongestants can sometimes be helpful.
    • Antihistamines and decongestants are available over the counter - without a prescription.
    • Management of these patients may include use of antihistamines, decongestants, or intranasal steroids.
    • Nose drops containing decongestants or antihistamines may be used to reduce the swelling of the mucous membranes in the nose and back of the throat.
    • The main type of drug treatment for catarrh is decongestants, which can be bought over the counter from a pharmacy.
    • Many over-the-counter cold and allergy medications contain a combination of antihistamines and decongestants.