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  • n. Plural form of bronchodilator.


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  • Short-term bronchodilators to open the airways can give quick relief, but if your child needs to use these three or more times a week, it’s a good bet that she needs to be prescribed preventive medicine.

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  • In addition, other supportive medications, such as bronchodilators to expand the breathing passages, are prescribed.

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  • Generic name for a class of medicines that are commonly used short-acting bronchodilators for quick relief of symptoms (like wheezing and shortness of breath).


  • Quick relief medicines work as short-acting bronchodilators that open the airways by relaxing the muscles that surround them.


  • Exercise-induced asthma can be improved by using short-acting bronchodilators 15 to 30 minutes before starting to exercise and by good everyday control of asthma.


  • A treatment that was effective against any one of these underlying causes would work in patients in whom the symptom was due to that cause but have no useful effect in the others - e.g. bronchodilators work fine in asthma but not in lung cancer, digitalis might help congestive heart failure but won't do anything for cancer.

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  • At his two-month follow-up visit, Clayton had discontinued all medications, including Ritalin, antihistamines (Zyrtec and Tagamet), bronchodilators, steroid inhaler, Tylenol (acetaminophen), and Advil (ibuprofen).

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  • So I broke out the neti pot which is gross- but not grosser than a nasal cavity filled with green snot and pus; sucked down some bronchodilators; and laced up my running shoes.

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  • These factors had left South African pharmacists scrambling for medicine stocks including bronchodilators, antidepressants, diuretics, penicillin and even vitamin C, the report read.

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  • Some of the most commonly used bronchodilators taken in liquid or capsule form (example, the caffeine-related compound called theophylline), as an inhaled powder (example, Intal, which contains sodium cromoglicate - known as a mast cell stabilizer), and orally or by injection (example, steroids) must not be used without the approval of a doctor.

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