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Copd Patients Glutathione Nebulizer
Use as mucomist: Glutathione is end product of n-acetyl cysteine since glutathione gets degraded quickly you need the precursor. So for COPD use mucomist which is nac in liquid form smells like sewage so i prefer the capsule to avoid this. John hopkins univ did a critical care seminar and they are using nac for acute kidney failure too. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (Copd) (Definition)
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, otherwise known as COPD, may include chronic bronchitis, emphysema, or both. Chronic bronchitis is the production of increased mucus caused by inflammation. Bronchitis is considered chronic if you cough and produce excess mucus for most days three months out of the year, two years in a row. Emphysema is a disease that damages the air sacs or the smallest breathing tubes in the lungs. COPD is commonly associated with smoking. ...Read more
Equivalent: A nebulizer is used when the person is not able to use the inhaler properly. When used the proper way both deliver the right amount of medication. A nebulizer is less portable and takes more time to deliver (10 to 15 minutes), usually requires a power plug. An inhaler is very handy, fits in a pocket or a small purse. And then, there is personal preference. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have severe copd, my nebulizer meds no longer give me any relief nor do my inhalers, i also have pain in my upper rib cage area am i getting worse?
Possibly: At this point if your medicines aren't helping you breathe better it's time to start thinking about using medicines which are for relief of the symptoms of copd. These include benzodiazepines ( valium like medications) or even opiates (like oxycodone) since these are very effective at relieving shortness of breath. Talk to your health care provider about your symptoms and goals. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
COPD breathlessness gets real bad. I do symbicourt, incruse and a nebulizer with no relief. Blood oxygen is in a he 90's. What more can I do or take. ?
Discuss: This may be moderate to severe obstructive lung disease or an acute exacerbation if the underlying disease is more mild (maybe due to infection). See the treating physician for an urgent follow up as add-on therapy may be needed (or go to ER, follow your instinct). Overall, pulmonary rehabilitation training may have the most positive effect long-term. ...Read more
I have asthma and copd, I use a nebulizer for treatment along with the albuterol sulfate solution. Is there a better solution to use to help me?
Proper treatment: In my opinion, contrary to others, these conditions should always be treated with inhaled steroid first and then add. This prevents inflammation and twitchy airways. In COPD there is bowing of midsize airways due to tissue destruction. This is helped with anticholinergics (thiotropium or ipratropium) this allows the rescue albuterol to get into the distal airways for rescue, more mainstay in asthm. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I think I have been misdiagnosed w/ COPD. Coughing, wheezing & short of breath almost constantly. Nebulizer not helping much & current dr WON'T listen?
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COPD may include chronic bronchitis, emphysema, or both. Chronic bronchitis is the production of increased mucus caused by inflammation. Bronchitis is considered chronic if you cough and produce excess mucus most days for three months in a year, two years in a row. Emphysema is a disease that damages the air sacs and/or the smallest breathing tubes in the lungs. ...Read more
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