Doctor insights on:
Inhalation Injury Medication
I inhaled dust from a counting machine in the bank.Ever since then I ve been having chronic catarhh and weekness.Pls what medication will I take?
Irritant: Occupational lung disease can be a serious issue. It might simply be a mild case of inhalational irritation of the lung lining to hypersensitivity pneumonitis to infection to ? You really should get this evaluated by a doctor, and consider getting a chest x-ray to get a very basic picture of your lung tissue. Medication recommendations without a diagnosis is dangerous. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: Symptoms like these are best deterimed by a thorough evaluation by your physician. Based on his/her findings, a treatment plan can be developed to help you. ...Read more
Fell a sleep sitting up during Nebulising medication and Medication ran out how safe is it for the air to continue being inhaled after medication?
Should be safe.: Should not be a problem.Get a more detailed answer ›
Fire.: The word "thermal" implies temperature, i.e. heat. ...Read more
I may have inhaled a lot of raid mosquito spray and now I have a dry cough that won't go away with cough syrup. What medications do I need?
Raid is the problem: The raid spray is irriating your mucous membrane from inhalation, and if gargling with saline rinses don't help, you can call the poison control center (for your state), and they will give you antidotes. Don't believe that cough syrup will work, as it's primarily sugar with some expectorant. Don't delay, so you can start feeling better. ...Read more
How is OTC racepinefrin/asthmanefrin same basic medication as former avail epinefrin/primetine mist. How does the race added to standard inhaled epi ?
Racemization: The racemic or combination form of Epinephrine makes the product more stable and has a longer shelf life. The d-form has less side effect than the natural r-form in terms of rapid heart rate and increase in bp. The d-form has a lower side effect as mentioned but has a more sustained effect. The side effect precludes frequent use so need sustained effect, and the combo is more stable. ...Read more
My kids' nanny is forever coughing mostly at night and she says it's been years now. But she is not feeling any pain and she is not taking any medication. She believe she inhaled a lot of cooking oil while cooking hot chips at her work (restaurant).
I have been having stab pains below my Xiphoid Process. When I inhale it stings and gives discomfort. Been like that for a while now. Went to my Dr last year and he said it could be a Ulcer. Went on medication but still after so long it pains.
Sprained?: It appears more likely a sprain than an ulcer. Did you do some heavy lifting or exertion a few days prior to the onset of this pain? If you have been exercising strenuously , you may consider easing up or altering your routine. Try heating pad and NSAID for a few days to see if these help. If not, get a 2nd opinion from another doctor. ...Read more
I haven't been passing my urine drug testing lately. I dont use illicit drugs and have never had any problems before. I recently started taking Klonopin medication and a breather called, BREO (fluticasone furoate and vilanterol inhalation powder) Could th
I've been seizures free for 4years but still on medication until now. Is there any risk of inhaling prosthetic crown for my rct molar tooth?
Highly unlikely: If your dentist takes appropriate precautions, it is highly unlikely that you would swallow your crown during the placement procedure, even if you were to have a seizure. Once in place, it is not meant to come off easily so there is no fear of swallowing it afterwards. A crown will only fall off by itself if something is really wrong, so make sure you keep up with your routine visits. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is there any medication that can help with the side effects of inhaling perfume (in the work place)? I end up with burning eyes, tongue and throat.
Saline: Many workplaces have regulations against perfume. Saline rinses (for eyes, nasal rinses, or gargling with salt water) can help with the topical irritation. If that doesn't work, check with your doctor for other options such as topical antihistamine or steroid medications. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: It is dangerous however, to let asthma symptoms go untreated. If one needs a rescue inhaler( albuterol) more than twice a week on a regular basis, and the rescue inhaler is used for more than just vigorous activity, that is a sign that asthma is poorly controlled. A controller medication like an inhaled steroid and/ or singulair (montelukast) is needed;. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: poppers are not safe to inhale PERIOD! I am very concerned about their widespread use, and I have seen many severe complications, including a condition called methemoglobinemia which can cause profoundly low oxygen saturation causing tissue damage - including brain damage. It can profoundly lower blood pressure, and if you are on BP meds, can do that even more, causing a shock syndrome. ...Read more
Costochondritis: Pain behind your shoulder blade can be caused by inflammation of the space between your shoulder blade and your ribs or the muscles between the ribs can become inflammed, both can cause pain on deep inspiration, both are usually self limited and can be managed with nsaids. If pain persist or worsens would certainly recommend you see a physician. ...Read more
32/f Sharp pain (pain lvl 6/7) below right ribcage, worse with movement & inhaling. Painful to touch. Only symptom. No recent illness/injury.
Doctor can check: A person with tummy pain between the mid-abdomen and the bottom of the rib cage can have a variety of problems. A doctor's examination is needed, unless the person is young and healthy, and pain is mild and resolves quickly. Possible causes include: liver or gall bladder disorders, stomach reflux or ulcer symptoms, pancreatitis, abdominal muscle strains, some sort of hernia, appendicitis, etc... ...Read more
- Talk to a doctor live online for free
- Dettol inhale injury
- Cause of inhalation injury
- Inhalation injury in children
- Ask a doctor a question free online
- Inhalation injury signs
- Inhalation injury drugs
- Insulin inhalation kit medication
- Inhaled foreign body medication
- Inhalation injury