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Breathing difficulty, had taken nebulizer with cetil, betnosol for cough. Remedial measure?

Hello doctor, my friend is having breathlessness problem . Actually since 1 month she is suffering from acute cough with sputem. all tests have been done . there was 1 patch in the x-ray but in CT scan report nothing was there. all reports are normal. Our treating doctor has advised her some medicines ambrolyte and some other medicines also with nebulizer medicine betnosol, cetil. after taking the medicne she feels breathlessness. yesterday also she felt the same and in emergency we had to run to RML hospital. There they gave her derifylin injection . She got some relief. but again after nebulizing she again feels restlessness and breathing becomes difficult for her. Could you please suggest something.
Asked On : Sat, 21 Jul 2012
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Whats the age of your friend?
can you please specify if she has been put on Salbutamol oral/nebulizer.
Sometimes salbutamol can cause restlessness.

You can start her on the following course:

1. T Augmentin 625mg two times a day
2. T Lactobacillus two times a day
3. T Montair LC once a day in night
4. T Pansec DSR two times a day( empty stomach)
5. T. Nestacort 6mg two times a day after food
6. T Deriphyllin R 150mg two times a day
7. Steam inhalation
8. Chlorhexidine gargles

Hoping for speedy recovery
feel free to ask any query
Dr Deepika Aggarwal

Answered: Mon, 14 Apr 2014
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