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    Rhinolast

    Product Name :   Rhinolast/ Astelin, known as Astelin in the United States and Canada
    Product Type :   Antihistamine Nasal Spray containing Azelastine Hydrochloride
    Manufacturer :   3M
    Packaging and Product :   10 ml nasal spray (70 doses)


    This drug is to be discontinued

    RHINOLAST also known as ASTELIN is an anti-histamine nasal spray. RHINOLAST prevents the actions of histamines and other substances in the nose that cause allergic reactions to pollens (i.e. Hayfever, allergic rhinitis) or other allergens such as cat and dog hair or house dust. Each bottle of RHINOLAST nasal spray contains 70 doses, each dose contains 0.14mg of azelastine hydrochloride.

    DOSAGE

    Adults

    Spray 1 dose of RHINOLAST in each nostril morning and night.

    Children 5 years and over

    Spray 1 dose of RHINOLAST in each nostril morning and night.

    Children 5 years and under

    RHINOLAST is NOT suitable for children of this age

    CAUTION

    If you have ever had an allergic reaction to azelastine hydrochloride (RHINOLAST) or benzalkonium chloride (a preservative) do NOT take RHINOLAST. If you are pregnant or breast-feeding seek medical advice before taking RHINOLAST


     

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