Many disease-causing microorganisms exist in the nasal and nasopharyngeal cavities. The shedding of communicable infectious microorganisms in the nasal and nasopharyngeal cavities causes spreading of the disease from the upper respiratory tract to the lower respiratory tract of the carrier. Shedding also causes the spreading these infectious agents to other people through sneezing and/or coughing (Dr. Hall et al. “Quantitative shedding patterns of respiratory syncytial virus in infants”, Journal of Infectious Diseases, 132: 151-156, 1975; and Dr. Hall et al. “Parainfluenza virus infections in children: Correlation of shedding with clinical manifestations”, Journal of pediatrics, 91: 194-198, 1977). For most viral infections, antibiotic prevention and/or treatment is generally ineffective. It would thus be beneficial to have a practical system and/or method to remove these disease causing agents from the human body. In a manner similar to brushing one’s teeth, nasal and nasopharyngeal cleaning in the general population will have a number of healthy benefits.
Nasal washes, nasopharyngeal swabbing and nasopharyngeal aspiration have previously been used to obtain specimens from patients for the determination of microbial pathogens (Dr. Hall et al. “Clinically useful method for the isolation of respiratory syncytial virus”, Journal of Infectious Diseases, 131: 1-5, 1975). However, these procedures and devices were used only to obtain samples and are not effective in removing the infectious agents from the nasal and nasopharyngeal cavities of a human.
The cold virus grows at 91 oF (33 oC)— the nose and throat are the perfect place for these viruses to grow. Couch RB. Rhinoviruses. In: Fields Virology That’s why the common cold is also called viral rhinitis (the root rhin- meaning “nose”). These viruses are not transferred through the blood. In addition, the damage to your nasal cavity is clearly on the surface. These viruses do not penetrate deeply into other tissues. This provides great hope for the possibility of a very effective topical therapy. When cold viruses invade your nasal epithelial cells, your nose and throat experience the trouble first. That is why a sore throat is generally the first sign of a cold. If you can irrigate your nasal and nasopharyngeal cavities, you may stop the viral infection.Roblox HackBigo Live Beans HackYUGIOH DUEL LINKS HACKPokemon Duel HackRoblox HackPixel Gun 3d HackGrowtopia HackClash Royale Hackmy cafe recipes stories hackMobile Legends HackMobile Strike Hack
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