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- adj. That acts as a bronchodilator
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Not to get too personal and therapeutic on you all, but my psychiatrist and I have been exploring the possible long-term effects of the prescription of bronchodilatory inhalants for young asthma sufferers in the 1960s.
- During the treatment, especially if the doses are taken too often, the bronchodilatory effect can decrease: stop treatment.
"These novel data suggest that estradiol has bronchodilatory properties, and may potentiate beta-2-agonist effects," said Ms. Townsend.
Avicenna suggested 21 herbs to treat respiratory disorders, and today we know that several of these herbs contain bioactive compounds with analgesic, antispasmodic, bronchodilatory or antimicrobial activities.
- bronchodilatory activity - minimal respiratory depression.
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