Doctor insights on:
Nebulizer Duolin Budecort Can Be Mixed
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 mom is suffering from cough/congestion. She is taking budecort + duolin nebulization twice/day. Can this make the cough dry? (we expected moist)
My 6 month old kid is suffering from cough from past 2 days. Doctor has advised for nebulization. There are two drugs "duolin" & "budecort". Which one?
Yes: In fact most of my patients are instructed to do so to treat wheezing patient with acute bronchitis. Neb machine with both meds together- to be used twice a day. However if you need to treat wheezing more than twice/ day; albuterol alone (without budges onside) can be used every 4-6 hrs. ...Read more
Is 0.5 mg/2ml budesonide nebulized twice per day considered high, medium or low dose inhaled steroid?
Mgt: The dose for an adult is standard, but can be increased. It depends on the severity of your symptoms. ...Read more
Usually we give her albuterol and budesonide through a nebulizer but I’ve run out of the albuterol. Could you write a prescription for me please?
Try our other forum: HealthTap PRIME doctors see you via smartphone, tablet, or laptop. PRIME is accessed from anywhere in the world, but prescriptions may be given only to patients who are located in the states in which the consulting doctor has a license. The doctor decides if an online prescription would be appropriate. Some drugs are not prescribable on HealthTap. Fees are the same, with or without a prescription. ...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 more
My 3 1/2 yr old uses albuterol and budesonide in nebulizer 2x a day to treat cough and congestion due to allergies. Is it safe to keep using often.
Depends on conditio: Albuterol is a bronchdilater and Budesonide is an inhaled steroid (anti inflammatory) prescribed in children and adults for bronchial asthma.Depending on the severity of asthma it may have to be used often if needed and prescribed under medical supervision and it is safe. Budesonide is a controller medicine, means it controls the inflammation and albuterol is a bronchodilator used for symptom relief. ...Read more
I have had asthma many years. I am having a problem getting my. Symbicort (budesonide and formoterol) so. My MD put me on a nebulizer for now. My left lung clears but not the right?
Asthma: Not responding to nebulizer treatment (what are your meds)could mean inadequate dosing, you need additional medications and /or something else is going on. Regardless, you need to call your doctor and discuss your condition and re-evaluation. He might order some labs, lung function or further diagnostic testings. ...Read more
Different doses of prednisone for 1yr. Now on 40mg-asthma, respiratory infection. Taking symbicort, (budesonide and formoterol) nebulizer, rescue inhaler. BP is high. Is it meds?
Possibly: I am very concerned that you have been on prednisone for a year for asthma. That is not good at all. I think you need to step up your preventive asthma therapy, adding in other preventives to your inhaled steroid, among other things. See a specialist for this asap. Yes, the elevated BP may be steroid related. ...Read more
My dad was using budecort 1mg respules and duolin respules before, now Pulmicort 0.25mg/ml budesonide. With this help? Will he still has breathing diff
How close together can you give nebulized Pulmicort (budesonide 0.5mg)? Forgot to give "extra" pre-op dose. 11 hours until surgery. 6yr old child.
Give it: Pulmacort at. 5 mg twice daily is common for symptomatic kids @ 6. A third dose if desired by your treating team is fine. ...Read more
8 yr, cold, cough & chest block frequently. Dr suggested budecort 0.5mg (dudesonide) 2*day&levoline 1.25mg (levosalbutamol)4*day without tests. Is it ok??
Budesonide: 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 disease (inflammatory bowel disease). ...Read more
Depends.....: Studies have shown that, when the technique is right, an inhaler is just as effective as nebulizer therapy. However, many patients are not able to use an inhaler with proper technique which makes the nebulizer more effective. The patient should use an inhaler in front of their physician to be certain of proper technique. If a person is unable to use an inhaler properly, then use nebulizer therapy! ...Read more
Albuterol alone: If you are in a pinch, but improving, can use the nebulized form easily every four hours, with an occasional every two hours thrown in--as long as you are getting better--if not, then stop now, and get to er, as we have many more tools to work on your problem with and you do not want to stay at home until you become exhausted and cannot effectively breathe. ...Read more
See a specialist: You need to remember the "rule of two". If you need to use an emergency medication such as albuterol either by inhaler or nebuliser more than twice per week when awake, or awakened from sleep more than twice in a month, you need to have your asthma treatment adjusted. If taking y our nebuliser is not enough, go to to your physician or urgent care asap. See www. Aaaai. Org and read about asthma. ...Read more
Maybe: First you have to figure out why and where he is coughing from. Is he suffering from a pneumonia, or a bronchiolitis, or asthma, or a post-nasal drip cough. You can do this in colaboration with his doc. If you just want to moisten his nasal passages make sure you're not giving him an antihistamine; that dries up the airways. ...Read more
In case of unavailabilty of Seline solution, is it ok to use. Salted boiled water in nebulizer for 2 months old baby?
Can you purchase: Distilled water and non-iodized salt? If so, you can make a sterile saline solution with ¼ teaspoon of salt to 1 cup of water by carefully following the directions on: https://www. Seattlechildrens. Org/pdf/PE610.pdf. ...Read more
Would I need a nebulizer to deliver medications if I have RAD? Why would one need a nebulizer? Is it better than MDI's?
When medications are to be administered 2x day, do 12 hours have to pass? Otherwise, what's the minimum? Pulmicort via nebulizer for 5mo.
Is it true that budesonide which is a corticosteriod. Has short term affects as an ergogenic aid? But long term use has the opposite affect?
This is a: Non-absorbed steroid so it will not increase energy or cause a let down as it is tapered. ...Read more
- Talk to a doctor online
- Duolin and budecort ratio in saline for nebuliser
- Which is better duolin nebuliser or budecort nebuliser
- Can asthalin and budecort nebulisation cause fever?
- Duolin and budecort function
- Contraindication of nebulizer budecort
- Nebulisation with duolin budecort mucomix
- Nebulization asthalin budecort
- Using a nebulizer asthalin budecort dosage
- Can budecort and duolin respules be mixed together?