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A Closer Look at Bronchodilators-By Edter

Bronchodilators¬†are the most commonly prescribed medication for treating bronchial asthma. Its main effect is to promote bronchial dilations (widening of the airway) to accommodate sufficient amount of oxygen. Basically, there are two general classifications of bronchodilators. The long-acting bronchodilator is classified as a maintenance drug to control asthma. It is scheduled for regular maintenance to retain the normal pathway of …

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¬†Seriously know that none of the bronchodilator medicines treats the inflammation of the bronchial tubes. The serious mistake that you can make in treating an attack of asthma is to depend solely on bronchodilators when your asthma attack is not getting better, or when it improves only briefly, then worsens again. Subsequent medicines are needed to treat the swelling and …

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