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Bronchial Mist Refill Medication
CONTROLLER MEDS: In my opinion Controller meds which include inhaled Steroids with long acting Bronchodilaters also inhaled in combinations if taken correctly work best and sometimes one can add Montelucast(Singular) to that to control Asthma and reduce the incidents of acute attacks and exacerbations to minimum For acute attacks reliever meds like Albuterol or Levalbuteral are used with oral steroids sometimes ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Not too many: I believe there is only one inhalation drug presently on the us market without a prescription. If your asthma is allergy related, there are numerous antihistamines available. As always do not take anything without first talking it over with your physician. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
When you cough every day and have a distinct wheeze and bronchial secretions, what medications should you take?
Persistant asthma: Guidelines say start w/ low dose inhaled steroid and as needed rescue inhaler (albuterol). Combo inhaler (advair symbicort (budesonide and formoterol) dulera) might be overkill, but could start w them and ease back when better. Singular less attractive unless allergy a problem too. Should get PFT to assess lung function, and follow up to check progress. Allergy testing for root causes. ...Read more
What to do for constipation. Have been taking medication for severe bronchial condition which might have caused this problem. Jave tried traditional remedies but nothing is working. Can you help?
Does the medication Levsin (hyoscyamine) have any use or efficacy in treating tracheal bronchial secretions, and hyper mucus production in palliative care for COOD?
Yes: Commonly used to dry secretions if needed in end of life care. ...Read more
CONTROLLER&RELIEVER: There are Controller MAEDICTIONS which some patients have to take every day to keep Asthma under control These are Long Term beta agonists(Long Term Bronchodilaters) Steroids Inhaled and Leucotrine like Singular Reiever or Resque Meds Quick acting Bronchodilaters like Albuterol,Xopenex Short Course of Steroids Most meds are given via inhaler or Nebuliser Except Singular or Oral Steroids ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: If attacks are infrequent and , mild, a rescue inhaler and avoidance of triggers would suffice. If they are frequent , and severe, a "controller" inhaler or oral drugs will be needed in addition to the rescue inhaler. Rescue inhalers open your bronchioles and allow you to breathe easier. Controllers reduce inflammation and minimize your attacks. When used together, most asthmatics do pretty well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: Asthma is a lable applied to a disorder with a broad range of intensity from very mild to life threatening.One kid i managed almost died several times in childhood but now lives a good life as a coach with good control.I have lived with mild asthma for decades & rarely need any rx.If you learn to understand the disease, respect it & manage it u can live well, if not it can surely kill you. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
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