Aerosol therapy

Aerosol therapy is a physiotherapy method based on the use of aerosols of medicinal substances with therapeutic and prophylactic and rehabilitation purposes. 
 Most often they are used by inhalation. The main role in the action of aerosol therapy is the pharmacological activity of the medicinal substance used.

 Aerosol therapy is indicated for acute, subacute and chronic inflammatory diseases of the upper respiratory tract, bronchus and lungs, occupational diseases of the respiratory system, tuberculosis of the upper respiratory tract and lungs, bronchial asthma, acute and chronic diseases of the middle ear and paranasal sinuses, influenza and other respiratory viral infections.

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