Addipak Saline Sodium Solution Unit Dose Vials 5ml Red Box of 100

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Addipak Saline Sodium Solution Unit Dose Vials 5ml Red Box of 100

For accurate dispensing, the saline vials have milliliter markings on the tube. There are no preservatives or bacteriostatic agents in Addipak saline solution. Many medical applications, such as relieving dry eyes, flushing small wound beds, and diluting respiratory medication, are safe with saline solution.

Saline is used in the medical industry for its fast and relieving abilities when it comes to taking on respiratory symptoms. This incredibly simple sodium chloride solution has been used for nearly 100 years, treating sicknesses and diseases including, Bronchitis, Cystic Fibrosis, and COPD. A 0.9% saline solution gets its medicinal properties from salt, and when it’s paired with a nebulizer, there isn’t a respiratory illness that the Addipak saline solution can’t handle.

Addipak is a long-time saline solution brand, brought to us all by the distributor Hudson RCI, a Medline Company. Thanks to Hudson RCI, their hard-working team of experts creates innovative solutions in the world of healthcare and wellness.

Addipak Saline Features:

  • 100 per box
  • nacl 0.9% Saline solution for inhalation
  • 5 ml unit dose
  • Sterile

Each of the Addipak Saline Sodium Solution Unit Dose Vials contains 15ml of potent liquid and comes in a box of 48. Additionally, every vial is topped with a lid and the side is denoted with 1ml marks, allowing yourself, or the patient to accurately measure the right amount of saline every time. You can easily take advantage of the Addipak saline solution when you’re in need of nasal rinse, dehydrated, or just need to nebulize your airways.

The Sodium Chloride Solution is completely free from any of the usual possible contaminants, including preservatives and bacteriostatic agents, allowing for the safest usage every time. Because it’s entirely free of dangerous elements, this saline solution is perfectly safe to apply to your eyes or other sensitive areas.

How do I use the Addipak Saline Solution with a Nebulizer?

For fast-acting respiratory relief, nebulizers work by turning liquid medicine into a rich and breathable vapor. The common medications that are combined with saline in a nebulizer are none other than anti-biotics, and saline. If you’ve scrolled down this far, it’s likely that it’s your first time using the device. Luckily, we’ve put together a short step-by-step guide on how to use a nebulizer to clear your airways.


Before you even think about connecting power to your nebulizer, there are just a few steps to take to ensure you have a comfortable and safe experience. Firstly, make sure that every part which comes in direct contact with your medicine is sterilized or at the very least disinfected. Re-using an unclean nebulizer can put your respiratory health at even further risk, so try to remember this very important step!

When your machine’s been adequately prepped for use, you can begin by adding your Addipak Saline solution to the Nebulizer cup. Twist off the lid and add the saline one milliliter at a time, being sure to check the gradation on the side of the vial for an accurate dose. When all is said and done, attach it to the nebulizer and prepare to be amazed.

Attach the mouthpiece to the nebulizer, plug it in, and turn it on. Place the mouthpiece between your teeth, and when you’re ready for relief, take a long, deep inhale. In seconds, the vapor will coat your airways in saline solution, breaking up mucus and rehydrating dry or sensitive areas.