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  • The nose never look the same forever, As we age the support to the tip of the nose fails and the tip of the nose drops. That is a natural consequence of aging.

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  • Trying to put nose drops into any animal’s nose is difficult, but putting drops in a cat’s nose is especially so because their noses are so small. If you have a very good natured cat, you might find that you are able to lift her head and drop the medication in right away, but more often than not, you will have to give your cat a second drop, which may become a bit more challenging once the element of surprise is lost. Because of this, it may be necessary to restrain your cat before giving her the nose drops. If you have not yet restrained your cat, scroll down to Method 2.

    I got rhinoplasty 3 months ago and 3 weeks post op the tip of my nose dropped loads and is getting worse and which is giving me my bump back again,...

    Nose Drops:         H1400 (Act 101/1965)
    Metered Spray:         H1597 (Act 101/1965)
    Nasal Spray:         H1597 (Act 101/1965)

  • Now an Israeli company has developed a revolutionary nose drop vaccine for influenza which promises to protect people of all ages for five years against all present and future strains of the flu.

How to Give Your Cat Nose Drops

To instill nasal medications in a pediatric patient’s nose, have the child lie supine with the head slightly hyperextended over the edge of the bed or a pillow. It is often helpful to have the parents assist by asking them to hold the child in the proper position. To help ensure that the medication is absorbed, have the child remain supine for about 1 minute so that the medication reaches the affected tissue. Because infants are nose breathers and nasal medications can cause nasal congestion, administer nose drops 20 to 30 minutes before feedings.