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Sinomarin® Monodose<br>hipertoniczny roztwór wody morskiej </br>dla niemowląt od pierwszych dni życia </br>i dzieci, </br>18 ampułek 5 ml

Decongestant hypertonic sea water solution

18 sterile ampoules 5 ml each for single use only

Sinomarin® is the only complete group of hypertonic see water solutions which thanks to the patented formula of 70% of sea water and 2,3% NaCl concentration of guarantee extraordinary efficacy without causing any irritations.(1)

Sinomarin® Monodose is a unique hypertonic sea water solution intended for babies right from the beginning of their lives.

The triple action of Sinomarin®:

  • Antibacterial – Sinomarin® contains minerals and minimal elements of sea water which protect against nasal infections, remove nasal congestion and are antiseptic and antibacterial.
  • Mechanical – gentle mist that occurs after spraying the product helps to clean nasal cavity from excess of muscus, dust, pollen or scabs.
  • Physicochemical – thanks to osmotic processes Sinomarin® removes the excess of water and swelling of the mucosa, allowing faster and more efficient removal of nasal congestion.

Sinomarin® supports action of other pharmaceutical products used intranasal (local corticosteroids, decongestant drugs or antihistamines), helps to reduce their amount and time of drug administration.(5)(10)(11)


  • Common cold and infections.
  • Rhinitis of different etiology.
  • Sinusitis.
  • After ENT surgery.
  • Rhinitis caused by the use of pharmaceuticals.
  • As an add-on therapy in patients taking antihistamines, corticosteroids.
  • In the case of exposure to high concentrations of pollen and dust.

Sinomarin® is especially recommended for groups of patients, such as:

  • Infants from the first days of life.
  • Pregnant women and nursing mothers.
  • People with diabetes.
  • People with hyperthyroidism.
  • The elderly with hypertension or coronary artery disease.
  • If you are taking antidepressants or pressure control.
  • Patients with glaucoma or prostatic hypertrophy.
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Dodatkowe informacje

From 1 – 3 drops to both nostrils, 2-3 times daily.


  1. Open the ampoule by turning the upper part.
  2. Place the child in the supine position and tilt the head to one side.
  3. Enter the applicator to the upper nostril and gently squeeze out the appropriate amount of the preparation.
  4. Tilt the child to the other side and repeat.
  5. Dry the baby’s nose or use the instrument for removing excess secretions.
  6. Repeat the procedure if necessary.

3.5 ml sea water, purified water q.s. ad 5 ml.

Does not contain preservatives.


  • Keep out of reach of children.
  • Protect from sunlight.
  • Do not store above 35°C.
  • Do not use after the expiration date.


Hypersensitivity to seawater.

Additional information:

  • Each ampoule should be used only once.
  • After using the ampoule should be discarded, even if the inside is a remnant of the product.
  • Not suitable for injection or for any other purpose.
  • In the case of using a different formulation for nasal use Sinomarin® first.

Related articles:

  1. Freche et al., “Usefulness of hypertonic seawater (Sinomarin®) in rhinology. Revue Officielle de la Societe Francaise de ORL, 50(4), 1998.
  2. Shoseyov D et al., “Treatment with hypertonic saline versus normal saline nasal wash of pediatric chronic sinusitis. J. Allergy Clin. Immunol. 101:602-5, 1998.
  3. Papsin B. and McTavish A., “Saline nasal irrigation. Its role as an adjunct treatment”. Can. Fam. Physician 49:168-173, 2003.
  4. Parsons DS., “Chronic rhinosinusitis: a medical or surgical disease? Pediatric Sinusitis 29(1):1-9, 1996.
  5. Garavello W. et al., “Hypersaline nasal irrigation in children with symptomatic seasonal allergic rhinitis: A randomized study”. Pediatric Allergy and Immunology 14:140-3, 2003.
  6. Garavello W. et al., “Nasal Rinsing with Hypertonic solution: An adjunctive Treatment for pediatric seasonal allergic rhinoconjunctivitis”. Int. Arch. Allergy Immunol. 137:310-4, 2005.
  7. Rabago D et al., “Efficacy of daily hypertonic saline nasal irrigation among patients with sinusitis: A randomised controlled trial”. J. Fam. Pract. 51:1049-1055, 2002.
  8. Rabago D. et al., “Qualitative aspects of nasal irrigation use by patients with chronic sinus disease in a multimethod study”. Ann, Fam. Med. 4:295-301, 2006.
  9. Brown CL and Graham SM., “Nasal irrigations: good or bad?” Current Opinion in Otolarynology & Head and Neck Surgery 12:9-13,2004.
  10. Tomooka LT et al., “Clinical study and literature review of nasal irrigation”. Laryngoscope. 110(7):1189-93, 2000.
  11. Talbot AR et al., “Mucociliary clearance and buffered hypertonic saline solution”. Laryngoscope 107(4):500-3, 1997.
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