The Effect of Short-term NAC on Oxidative Stress Markers in Cystic Fibrosis posted on March 20, 2015 Cystic FibrosisNAC Share this Post Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on Google Plus March 20, 2015 Patients with CF (cystic fibrosis) and chronic Pseudomonas aeruginosa lung infection have increased oxidative stress as a result of an imbalance between the production of reactive oxygen species caused by inflammation and their inactivation by the impaired anti-oxidant systems. The effect of 4 weeks of oral N-acetylcysteine (NAC) 1200mg twice a day on 21 patients, 11 in the NAC group and 10 in the control group. The results included decreased levels of oxidized Vitamin C and increased the level of Vitamin C without significant improvement after 30 days. Here is the link to the entire article: Short-term, High-dose N-Acetylcysteine Improves Markers of Oxidative Stress in Cystic Fibrosis Patients with Chronic P. aeruginos Infection God bless you and to your good health! Joyce Gibb MS, CRNP Ask The Pharmacist Group, LLC NAC 600 (60)-TEMPORARILY OUT OF STOCK. SEE LINK BELOW FOR AVAILABLE PRODUCT. $19.99 Read more No ratings. NAC 600 (120)-TEMPORARILY OUT OF STOCK-SEE LINK BELOW FOR AVAILABLE PRODUCT $29.99 Read more No ratings.