Nasal decongestant effect of oxymetazoline in the common cold: an objective dose-response study in 106 patients.

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Oxymetazoline has been used as decongesting nosedrops for more than 25 years but so far no objective dose-response study of the drug has been published. In this double-blind clinical trial the decongestant effect on the nasal mucosa by the doses and concentrations traditionally used of oxymetazoline were studied. In 106 men with acute infectious rhinitis, a… (More)

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@article{kerlund1989NasalDE, title={Nasal decongestant effect of oxymetazoline in the common cold: an objective dose-response study in 106 patients.}, author={Anna {\AA}kerlund and Torben Klint and Lars Ol{\'e}n and H Rundcrantz}, journal={The Journal of laryngology and otology}, year={1989}, volume={103 8}, pages={743-6} }