oxymetazoline HCl 0.05% w/v Nasal Drop
  • Mode of action

    • Administered directly to the swollen membrane cause alpha-adrenergic effects resulting in mucosal vasoconstriction. This results in shrinkage of mucosal oedema, promotes drainage, improves ventilation and thereby remove nasal stuffiness.
    • The decongestant effect of topical drops is more effective than oral agents, especially on an immediate basis.

  • Indication

    • Symptomatic relief of nasal and nasopharyngeal mucosal congestion associated with common cold, sinusitis, and allergy, acute and chronic rhinitis
    • Better visualization of nasal and nasopharyngeal areas during diagnostic maneuvering
    • Reduce nasal mucosal swelling prior to surgery

  • Dose

    2 to 3 drops into each nostril, 2 times daily, or as directed by the physician