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How to make sinus lavage?

How to make sinus lavage?

1/4 tsp per cup: Usually 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon for 8 ounces will do. And use 1 cup each nostril. Nasal lavage can be helpful for chronic sinus congestion, and i often recommend it. However, some studies suggest a risk of infection if neti pot or bottle not kept clean or use of contaminated tap water, or even injury to nasal tissue. So be cautious. ...Read more

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How to make a sinus lavage?

How to make a sinus lavage?

1/4 tsp per cup: Usually 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon for 8 ounces will do. And use 1 cup each nostril. Nasal lavage can be helpful for chronic sinus congestion, and i often recommend it. However, some studies suggest a risk of infection if neti pot or bottle not kept clean or use of contaminated tap water, or even injury to nasal tissue. So be cautious. ...Read more

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Whats gastric lavage?

Cleansing/rinsing: Lavage is a therapeutic irrigation or rinsing of an area. It can be related to lavaging or cleaning a wound with direct pressure, cleansing an ear canal, or a body cavity, such as the stomach, bronchi, sinuses, peritoneal region, etc. Another example would be placing a tube into the stomach, through the mouth, after someone has overdosed on pills to remove/lavage them to prevent further harm. ...Read more

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Is gastric lavage painful?

Is gastric lavage painful?

Its NOT a: "comfortable" step but its only taken when absolutely necessary! WHY are you asking and WHY here in the Health Tap "Chat Room"????? Just asking the question makes me think something is quite wrong! More info please! ...Read more

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How is gastric lavage done?

How is gastric lavage done?

Gastric lavage: A flexible tube is inserted through the nose, down the throat & into the stomach, the contents o the stomach are suctioned out through the tube, and the stomach is then rinsed with saline solution or sterile water. ...Read more

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What is the purpose of bronchial lavage?

What is the purpose of bronchial lavage?

Clean out airway: Bronchial lavage can be both diagnostic and therapeutic. The large airways can be washed free of secretions and infection, and the fluid sent for analysis for infection, aspiration, inflammatory cells, etc. ...Read more

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What is the purpose of a bronchial lavage?

Clean out airway: Bronchial lavage can be both diagnostic and therapeutic. The large airways can be washed free of secretions and infection, and the fluid sent for analysis for infection, aspiration, inflammatory cells, etc. ...Read more

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Has anyone ever had a lavage done on their jaw?

TMJ: A TMJ surgical procedure, TMJ arthroscopy with lysis and lavage is a recognized procedure for TMJ disorders. Another procedure, arthrocentesis, also lavages the jaw joint. Both good when indicated. Ask oral surgeon for advice. Ask a more complete question for a more complete answer. ...Read more

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Whats diffrence bet. Tmj lavage & TMJ arthrocentesis ?

Whats diffrence bet. Tmj lavage & TMJ arthrocentesis ?

Fluid direction: Lavage involves pumping fluid into the joint space to clean it out while arthrocentesis is using a needle to remove fluid from the joint space. See an experienced oral surgeon to see if either is indicated for your case. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: bronchoalveolar lavage?

General: This definition is adapted from wikipedia and is reasonable for limited space: bronchoalveolar lavage (bal) is procedure in which a bronchoscope is passed through the mouth or nose into the airways and fluid is flushed into the smaller airways and then recollected for examination. This can be used to clear mucous or secretions as well as for diagnosis of disease through analysis of fluid. ...Read more

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