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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of nebulize.
  • adj. Produced by nebulization


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  • He is breathing quickly as he takes in the nebulized albuterol through his open lips.

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  • She nebulized Willa, gave Theo a Vicodin and sang them songs until each fell into a heavy sleep.

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  • A class of non-steroid controller medicine that reduces the release of inflammation-causing chemicals from mast cells; available in inhaled and/or nebulized form.


  • Colloidal Silver: 30ppm silver, will help kill the flu dead in it's tracks taken orally, & nebulized thru the nose & mouth into the lungs 3 times a day.

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  • If you can imagine - when I first started working as a pharmacist, albuterol was not available as an inhaler - only a nebulized solution.

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  • Dey specializes in nebulized respiratory products and treatments for severe allergy.

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  • "Cayston could be positioned as either a direct head-to-head competitor to TOBI or as a second nebulized antibiotic to be used during the "off" months of TOBI," the Piper analyst said.

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  • Mylan also markets branded specialty injectable, nebulized and transdermal products for life-threatening conditions through its Branded Speciality Pharmaceutical business, which it conducts through Dey Pharma.

  • Using a mechanical ventilator, they then delivered the drug in nebulized form to patients who could not take oral influenza medications or could not inhale the drug using a Diskhaler. - Articles related to Many pregnant H1N1 victims saved by flu drugs

  • The library for pyrosequencing was constructed using ~5 mg of metagenomic DNA, which was nebulized (sheared into small fragments) with nitrogen and purified with the MinElute PCR

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