The aim of this webinar is to analyze and manage the most common symptoms of the common cold. This symposium covers the pathophysiology of these cough and blocked nose.
To educate Pharmacists on the advances in Early Intervention for Upper Respiratory Infection. when patients present with URTI to help reduce the duration and severity of infection.
It will also cover how some well-established key ingredients to relieve these symptoms in the simple and convenient using volatile oils as part of the inhalation process to manage common cold symptoms such as Cough and nasal congestion
- Define the role of the pharmacist in the management of common cold?
- Explain about the burden of the disease
- Summarise outline management guidelines
- Illustrate what is early intervention & when to intervene?
- Analyze what is the benefit of early intervention with mucoadhesive gel sprays?
- Justify recommendation for use of early intervention
- Analyse what is the Inhalation Therapy
- Summarize when & why inhalation therapy can be useful to manage the common cold
Expected 2 CPD (Federation of the Royal College of Physicians UK for 2 external (category 1) CPD credits)
|14:00 – 14:05
|14:05 – 15:30
||Dr John Bell – The role of the pharmacist in early intervention in common cold
|15:30 – 17:00
||Prof Natalie Schellack – Vaporizing some common cold symptoms
|17:00 – 17:15
||Q&A and Conclusion