Below are some informative links to web sites and case study documentation discussing the successful treatment of various ailments using salt therapy.

Dry Sodium Chloride Aerosol in Rehabilitation of patients with COPD
A. Chervinskaya – Clinical Research Rehabilitation Pulmonary Cntr, Hospital 122 of Federal Medical and Biology Agency, Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation
I. Ponikowska, R. Szafkowski, J. Chojnowski – Clinic of Balneology and Physical Medicine, Medical University in Bydgoszcz, Ciechocinek, Poland
Presented: September 2012 at the annual 22nd European Respiratory Society (ERS) Congress, Vienna, Austria
Dry Sodium Chloride Aerosol in Rehab of patients with COPD
http://chervinskaya.com/news/events-activities/the-22nd-annual-congress-of-ers.html


A Controlled Trial of Long-Term Inhaled Hypertonic Saline in Patients with Cystic Fibrosis
New England Journal of Medicine
http://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa043900#t=articleTop


Halotherapy of Respiratory Diseases
A.V. Chervinskaya, S.I. Konovalov - Clinical Research Respiratory Centre, Saint Petersburg
Halotherapy of Respiratory Diseases
 

Prospects of Halotherapy in Sanatorium and Spa Dermatology and Cosmetology
A.V. Chervinskaya – Central Medical Unit #122 of Federal Medical and Biology Agency, Saint Petersburg
Halotherapy In Dermatology


Haloaerosol Therapy in the rehabilitation of asthma patients
A.V. Chervinskaya - Clinical Research Respiratory Centre, Saint Petersburg
Haloaerosol Therapy in the Rehabilitation of Asthma Patients

 

Hypersaline nasal irrigation in children with symptomatic seasonal allergic rhinitis: A randomized study
Werner Garavello, Marco Romagnoli, Lorenza Sordo, Renato Maria Gaini, Cristina Di Berardino and Alfonso Angrisano
Department of Otorhinolaryngology, D.N.T.B., University of Milano Bicocca, Milano, Pediatric Department, Hospital of Bollate, Italy
Hypersaline nasal irrigation in children with symptomatic seasonal allergic rhinitis: A randomized study


Inhalation of hypertonic saline aerosol enhances mucociliary clearance in asthmatic and healthy subjects.

E. Daviskas, S.D. Anderson, I. Gonda, S. Eberl, S. Meikle, J.P. Seale, G. Bautovich. ©ERS Journals Ltd 1996.
http://www.ersj.org.uk/content/9/4/725.full.pdf


Sodium Chloride Increases the Ciliary Transportability of Cystic Fibrosis and
Bronchiectasis Sputum on the Mucus-depleted Bovine Trachea
Peter J. Wills, Roderick L. Hall,* Wai-ming Chan, and Peter J. Cole. Host Defence Unit at Imperial College, National Heart & Lung Institute, London SW3 6LR, United Kingdom; and Bayer PLC,Stoke Poges, Slough, SL2 4LY, United Kingdom
Sodium Chloride Increases the Ciliary Transportability…pdf