Bronchodilator

What is Bronchodilator?

Bronchodilator is a drug which causes release of smooth muscles from constriction in the bronchi of lungs. This class includes solbutimol, aminophyllin etc.

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I have problems with constipation, I take spiriva, is there a COPD inhaler that does not cause...

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Brief Answer:
beta-agonists

Detailed Answer:
Hello,

spiriva contains a bronchodilator called tiotropium. This class of bronchodilators may cause...

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I was sick with a mild cold 3 days last week but then this intense coughing started. I'm gasping for air as if I'm being strangled. My chest isn't...

doctor1 MD

Brief Answer:
You need bronchodilator.

Detailed Answer:
Hello,

These symptoms are due to airway going into constriction.

You need bronchodilators...

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can vannair be used in place of ventilin or albuterol?

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Brief Answer:
Vannair contains Budesonide plus formeterol--steroid plus long acting

Detailed Answer:
Hi welcome to Health care magic,
Vannair...

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