Tonsillitis - Children
The only salt inhaler with controlled emission of aerosols for the treatment of respiratory diseases.
Tonsillitis is an inflammation of the tonsils most commonly caused by a viral or bacterial infection.

The tonsils are two masses of lymphatic (immune system) tissue located at the back of the throat. They produce antibodies designed to help you fight respiratory infections. When these tissues become infected, the resulting condition is called tonsillitis.

Tonsillitis most commonly affects children between the ages of 3 and 7, when tonsils may play their most active infection-fighting role. As the child grows and the tonsils shrink, infections become less common. Tonsillitis is usually not serious unless a tonsillar abscess develops. When this happens, the swelling can be severe enough to block your child's breathing. Ear infections and adenoid problems (swellings at the back of the nasal cavity above the tonsils) may occur at the same time.

Tonsilitis symptoms may include sore throat, red, swollen tonsils, swollen lymph nodes (glands) in the neck, headache, fever and chills, pain when swallowing and a general sense of feeling unwell. In severe cases white pus-filled spots may be present on the tonsils.

In 85% of people tonsillitis symptoms will resolve within three days to one week regardless of whether streptococcal infection is present or not.
In addition to the treatment recommended by a medical practitioner, the SaltMed saline inhaler may help with the following

- Alleviation of pain and difficulty in swallowing by reducing the local inflammation in the upper airways
- More rapid healing and prevention of recurrent infections by improving local defense mechanisms as a result of SaltMed' s antibacterial properties (bactericidal and bacteriostatic effects)

SaltMed is a safe and comfortable therapy.
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