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Budesonide Inhalation Suspension Side Effects
5mo girl prescription 0.5mg/2 ml budesonide inhalation suspension 2x/day until spring due to persistent bronchiolitis. Pros and cons? Any advice?
Acceptable plan: If pt has had multiple episodes of bronchiolitis with wheezing or persistent wheezing, it may not be a bad idea to put on a daily dose of inhaled steroids to see if it can decrease inflammation and improve breathing/cough etc. Given these exacerbations happen more in the winter due to more viral illnesses, it makes sense to continue until the spring ...Read more
Prevents asthma attacks. This medicine is a steroid. Budesonide is a steroid for the treatment of asthma and non-infectious rhinitis (including hay fever and other allergies), and for treatment and prevention of nasal polyposis. In addition, it is used for crohn's ...Read more
My 2-year-old's pediatrician gave me budesonide inhalation suspension to take care of his weezing. Isn't that usually used for asthma?
Yes but: Yes, however, it can also be used for croup and other respiratory conditions. In a survey in the new england journal of medicine, half of all 3 year olds had had at least one episode of wheezing in their lives. I am therefore reluctant to give the diagnosis of "asthma" to any child under 4, because that would mean that roughly half of my patients have asthma! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
5mo girl prescription 0.5mg/2 ml budesonide inhalation suspension 2x/day until spring due to persistent bronchiolitis. What are the risks to her immune system?
Insignificant: This is a common anti-inflammatory steroid used to calm down irritation within the far reaches of the lung. The medication is used/broken down in the very tissue it is designed to help (lung). Minimal amounts reach the circulation as it would if it were given by mouth or IV. ...Read more
Budesonide inhalation suspension 0.5 mg or albuterol sulfate 2.5mg. I have chronic bronchitis and I have both of these for my "at home" breathing treatments. Which would help most?
Depends: The two meds you list are very different and intended for different purposes. Budesonide (pulmicort) is a steroid to reduce inflammation where as albuterol is a smooth muscle relaxer designed to reduce bronchospasm of the smaller airways surrounded by smooth muscle fibers. Albuterol's effect is very brief and temporary. Budesonide use provides sustained beneficial effects to prevent flare up. ...Read more
I've been sick for 2 weeks with bronchitis & today i went to my pulmonologist (i have asthma), who gave me performist & budesonide for my nebulizer in place of my advair. Is there any side effects?
Asthma: You are on the same classes of medications .Advair is fluticasone and salmeterol . The advantage of the nebulized medications is that they can be easier to use when you are short of breath. Most patients say they feel that they get more of the medications when they are nebulized versus orally inhaled especially when they are short of breath, . ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
do we have to mix with sterilised water? How much should I add?
My father is having breathing difficulties due to lung cancer. Is this good for him? Pulmicort 0.25mg/ml
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