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Albuterol Patients Chf
Congestive heart failure, otherwise known simply as heart failure, is a condition in which the heart muscle is weakened. It may be receiving inadequate blood flow, its valves might be malfunctioning or the heart muscle might have thickened or stiffened. As a result, the heart, which is a pump, cannot supply the body with sufficent oxygen and nutrients. When the left side of the heart is damaged, fluid builds up in the lungs, which results in difficulty breathing. When the right side of the heart is affected, fluid builds up in the extremities and abdomen, resulting in swelling of the legs and poor absorption of nutrients due to ...Read more
Can Albuterol cause me to wheeze? I have CHF and seem to wheeze worse after I use it. I also seem to cough alot more after I use Albuterol.
Wheezing: In patients who have significant wheezing, it is not uncommon for the wheezing to get LOUDER after their albuterol- (before the inhaler, air movement was less...not enough to create much of a wheeze). Now with that improved air movement, cough increases for a period as the lungs are trying to expel mucus. IF your chest feels tighter after albuterol -that's a problem that needs evaluation ASAP ...Read more
Which is better for COPD patients, albuterol inhaler or Combivent (albuterol and ipratropium) inhaler?
Unknown: Longer term studies show that both drugs are quick acting and relieve acute dyspnea/shortness of breath. It appears unlikely that either drug affects the natural history of asthma/copd. Longer acting drugs called maintenance inhalers are associated with significant decreases in exacerbation (flares) of these diseases and may affect lung function longer term. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes, to some extent.: Non-selective beta blockers can worsen or help cause an attack. Selective b-blockers are less likely. Those with so caslled, isa effect are less likely. ...Read more
Yes: Long time ago the first beta blockers like propanolol were contraindicated in chf. Nowadays we prefer to use more selective beta blockers for CHF like coreg(r)(carvedilol) or metoprolol.Poole-wilson pa, swedberg k, cleland jg, et al. Comparison of Carvedilol and metoprolol on clinical outcomes in patients with chronic heart failure in the Carvedilol or metoprolol european trial (comet): randomise. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Ribose is one of the building blocks of atp, the energy currency of the body. Your CHF might be due to defective energy metabolism, so ribose might help. ...Read more
Ventolin is the trade name for the chemical / drug albuterol. This drug is a medicine to be inhaled to open the airways and it acts quickly, so it is called a "short-acting bronchodilator". The medicine comes in both a hand-held inhaler and as a liquid to be used with a nebulizer machine . It also comes in a liquid form to take by mouth, but this should not be used ...Read more
Heart failure is a complex set of conditions in which the heart "fails" to pump a normal amount of blood with each beat. This can be due to poor squeezing function (systolic heart failure) and/or a stiff heart incapable of filling normally (diastolic heart failure). Common symptoms include swelling and trouble breathing, particularly when ...Read more
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