Ventolin


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Noun1.Ventolin - a bronchodilator (trade names Ventolin or Proventil) used for asthma and emphysema and other lung conditionsVentolin - a bronchodilator (trade names Ventolin or Proventil) used for asthma and emphysema and other lung conditions; available in oral or inhalant forms; side effects are tachycardia and shakiness
bronchodilator - a drug that relaxes and dilates the bronchial passageways and improves the passages of air into the lungs
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Similarly, in patients with asthma, physicians often first try nonsteroidal medications delivered by an inhaler, such as Singulair (montelukast sodium) or Ventolin (albuterol sulfate).
Ventolin), when to visit the doctor and when you need to rush to the emergency room," added Dr Facchini.
This was partly offset by lower sales of Seretide/Advair, Ventolin and Established Pharmaceuticals.
He hasn't had to use his ventolin inhaler since July and no longer feels constantly out of breath.
Parents of asthma patient should always keep doors and windows tightly closed and use "Ventolin" medication at the beginning of the asthma attack associated with heavy coughing and breathing difficulty, as the parents should rush to the hospital when the attack intensifies, she warned.
The recall of Accuhaler Ventolin and Seretide inhalers used in the treatment of asthmatic patients does not involve the Malaysian market, said Health
One lot is the Ventolin Accuhaler, used for the emergency relief of asthmatic symptoms.
A "small" number of their blue Ventolin Accuhalers have been found to not deliver the full number of doses.
"The two mainstays of asthma treatment are the 'reliever' inhalers, such as ventolin, and the 'preventer' inhalers such as flixotide.
Salbutamol, which is also marketed as Ventolin, is widely used by asthma sufferers, most commonly in an inhaler, to relax the muscles in the airway.
A team at the Allen and Hanburys laboratory in Hertfordshire discovered it in 1966 and three years later it was commercially launched as Ventolin.
Salbutamol, also marketed as Ventolin, is widely used by asthma sufferers, most commonly in an inhaler, to relax the muscles in the airway.