Clinical trial of a recent mucolytic agent bromhexine hydrochloride in sinusitis—A prospective study
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Twentyfive adult patients with clinical and radiologial proof of sinusitis were treated with oral administration of Bromhexine tablets along with oral antibiotics, antihistamine and nasal decongestants and the outcome is evaluated.
KeywordsSinusitis Divided Dose Postgraduate Student Nasal Decongestant Mucolytic Agent
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