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Is albuterol and epinephrine the same thing?
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Dr. Latonya Brown-Puryear
Internal Medicine - Pulmonary Critical Care
In brief: Albuterol
No. Different drugs.

In brief: Albuterol
No. Different drugs.
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Dr. Joseph Roosth
Internal Medicine
In brief: No
Albuterol is a medication given by mouth or inhaled that dilates the airways and is typically used in asthma and COPD to improve breathing.
Epinephrine is used for many purposes. It is the same as the body's natural adrenalin. Epinephrine helps reverse acute allergic reactions, and is usually given only to help the breathing in acute emergencies.

In brief: No
Albuterol is a medication given by mouth or inhaled that dilates the airways and is typically used in asthma and COPD to improve breathing.
Epinephrine is used for many purposes. It is the same as the body's natural adrenalin. Epinephrine helps reverse acute allergic reactions, and is usually given only to help the breathing in acute emergencies.
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