nose drops


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Noun1.nose drops - street names for heroinnose drops - street names for heroin    
diacetylmorphine, heroin - a narcotic that is considered a hard drug; a highly addictive morphine derivative; intravenous injection provides the fastest and most intense rush
street name - slang for something (especially for an illegal drug); "`smack' is a street name for heroin"
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One holds true only for men, who allegedly can find equally good relief from nasal congestion by climaxing as they can by taking nose drops.
Others, including some nose drops, require a prescription.
Nose drops and gargling salt water were shown to reduce the average length of the virus by up to two days in a study.
Other measures may include ibuprofen or acetaminophen for fever and saline nose drops for congestion.
The handbook also states, "When the nose drops during a stall, the aircraft will lose approx.
As the jet nose drops to almost 50 degrees below the horizon, the instructor begins to call out to the pilot ("Sully 2"), who by this time has passed out.
It turned out that nose drops that I had been taking were causing me to wake up during the night.
Stemedica products in development include eye drops, inhalable dry powders, wound dressings, injectable (parenteral) solutions, nose drops, sublingual tablets and a variety of skincare and dental products.
Iatrogenic Cushing syndrome and mutatio tarda caused by dexamethasone containing nose drops. 1999 Jul; 47(7):64750.
The Specials businesses manufacture and distribute unlicensed medicines, known as "specials" for the UK's community pharmacy and hospital markets, while Arjun offers the UK pharmacy market dermatology creams, mineral supplements and ear & nose drops.
So, before feeds, wipe his nose, saline nose drops will help clear the nose-block.