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Your sinuses are a group of hollow (air-filled) cavities inside your skull.1,2 These cavities are lined with soft pink tissue known as mucosa and contain a thin layer of mucus.1
Sinuses have a few useful functions. These include:
When your sinuses are healthy, they are clear and filled with air.4 The thin mucus lining captures foreign particles that you breathe in and clears them out.2
When you get sick, your sinuses can get blocked and filled with fluid (mucus).4,5 This blockage or “snottiness” is known as congestion.6 Congestion can cause bacteria to build up which may lead to a sinus infection (sinusitis).4,5
Learn more about sinus congestion and sinus infections.
ACC® relieves mucus congestion in the airways1-3
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[S1] ACC® 20 mg/ml Oral Solution. Reg. No.: 48/10.3/0261. Composition: Each 1 ml of ACC 20 mg/ml ORAL SOLUTION contains 20 mg acetylcysteine. ATC Code: R05C B01.
[S1] ACC® 200 (effervescent tablets). Reg. No.: 29/10.2.2/0753. Composition: Each ACC 200 effervescent tablet contains: 200 mg acetylcysteine. Pharmacological Classification: A10.3 Medicines acting on the respiratory system – other.
[S1] ACC® 600 (effervescent tablets). Reg. No.: 45/10.3/0229. Composition: Each effervescent tablet contains 600 mg acetylcysteine. [S1] ACC® 600 ORAL POWDER. Reg. No.: 51/10.3/0816. Composition: Each sachet contains 600 mg of acetylcysteine. ATC Code: R05CB01.
For full prescribing information refer to the Sandoz Professional Information approved by the South African Health Products Regulatory Authority (SAHPRA).
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