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Commonly used anticholinergic bronchodilator

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dosages....e.g. zinc, vitamin B12 , magnesium , etc Is Zoloft an anticholinergic drug? Long term use ...

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Hello, My wife has some kind of allergic cough for the last two years. Earlier she used to get ... treatment at that point is using a nebulizer with Levolin and Budecart respules combination. Somehow ...

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the charts heat and humid air that I am not used to. I have IV-IG once a month for low IG levels. I am ... cough as soon as I lye down. I am using inhaler (rescue) and breathing treatments every 4 hours a very ...

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Is tamsulosin XXXXXXX an anticholinergenic. My husband has a brain injury and had regained some of his speech and after a month of tamsulosin his speech began to decline. He is not supposed to have anticholinergenics He has also recently finished...

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XXXXXXX suggested to start anticholinergics with CISC and asked to consult you for exact medication. He ... urodynamics yet. Regarding anticholinergics, which one we should be starting along with CISC ? She did ...

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Is Incruse a broncodilator? How does it compare to Spiriva? Are they the same class of medication? My Dad is using Incruse right now, receiving samples from his MD, but his insurance will not cover ...

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I have emphysema & am being treated with bronchodilators. I also have suffered from agitated major depression all my life & use anti-depressants, mood stabilizers & anxiolytics to control this. The latter ...

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I am 74 and read an article about anticholinergics medicines. They mention bad Meds e.g. Benadryl, Advil PM, but did not mention any good medicines to take. Is aleve, aspirin, ok to take? If not what do ...

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aspirin for anti- coagulation , Tiotropium bromide for bronchodilation and Telvas AM (Telmisartan ... using a walker, he is able to walk only for 5 min. My father says pain and lack of energy are the main ...

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my neighbour male/40 year no sloking/occ alcohol ,having fever with chills 3 to 4 episode per dayfor last 3 days,also have frontal headace, severe bodyace ,h/o opd and on brochodilator,and physician given cefaperazone,levoflox,expetorant...

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Namaste, My 16 month old son is suffering from fever since 5 days, probably the fever is because of cough and cold, Our pediatrician had prescribed levolin syrup due to which my son started shivering and we took them to an emergency clinic. The...

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. A bronchodilator does not seem to particularly help while ibuprofen does. I am still coughing incessantly and can ...

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me mucolytic, bronchodilator ,expectorant and azithromax 250 mg.Now i m improved but when i go out ...

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to replace Lorazepam as I have heard it is anticholinergic... Is it safe to go cold turkey and stop using ...

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I had a pulmonary function test and my doctor called me back and said that my lung capacity was normal but my lung function improved a little bit after given the bronchodilator. He said that wasn ...

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Hello, asthma can be treated with: - bronchodilators (like formoterol) - inhaled corticosteroids (like budesonide) - leukotriene receptor antagonists (like montelukast) - corticosteroids by mouth (like prednisolone) - perhaps methylxanthines (like theophylline) although they are not commonly used nowadays. - mast cell stabilizers (like chromolyn) - anticholinergics (like ipratropium) Kind Regards!

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anticholinergics will help

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use bronchodilators.consult doctor