Effect of DSA on Bronchopulmonary System

Effect of Dry Sodium Chloride Aerosol on Bronchopulmonary System
Effect of Dry Sodium Chloride Aerosol on Bronchopulmonary System

Examination of dry fine sodium chloride aerosol impact on various mechanisms of patho- and sanogenesis in respiratory tract showed that haloaerosol stimulates certain protective mechanisms of the respiratory tract, possesses a cleansing (mucolytic and bronchial drainage acting), anti-inflammatory and immunomodulating effects. Not only its antimicrobial (bacteriostatic) effect was proved, but also the change in a balance of conditionally pathogenic and normal microflora towards the improvement of biocenosis of the mucous membrane, that points to an enhancement of its resistance.

Thus, dry fine sodium chloride aerosol ensures mucolytic, bronchial drainage and sanitary acting, anti-inflammatory and immunomodulatory effects on the respiratory tract.