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Nebulized 3% Hypertonic Saline in Clinical Review

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Nebulized 6% Hypertonic Saline in Clinical Review

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Nebulized 7% Hypertonic Saline in Clinical Review

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Let Sputum Cultures Be Your Guide

When your patients currently using USP 7% saline come for their next routine check-up and sputum culture, replace their Rx to PulmoSal 7% (pH+) and compare their next 2-3 sputum PA cfu counts on following visits.