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Albuterol vs. Expectorant for Bronchitis

Albuterol

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Expectorant

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/ 8,111 posts
Other Names: Guaifenesin   Mucinex   Robitussin   Cough Syrup   Tussin
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Salbutamol (International Nonproprietary Name) or albuterol (United States Adopted Name) is a short-acting beta2-adrenergic receptor agonist used for the relief of bronchospasm in conditions such as asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.... Read more on Wikipedia
Mucokinetics are a class of drugs which aid in the clearance of mucous from the airways, lungs, bronchi, and Vertebrate trachea. Such drugs can be further categorized by their mechanism of action.* expectorants* mucolytic agents* wetting agents / hypovi... Read more on Wikipedia
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What patients are saying about Albuterol vs. Expectorant

84 patient discussions from healthcare websites and blogs
seeing a specialist. He is on Albuterol inhaler 3 x's a day...
...a specialist. He is on Albuterol inhaler 3 x's a ...we added 1000-12000 mg of expectorant and a sinus wash to his regimine. The doc said that the OTC recommendations for expectorant are horribly...
daily and also use my albuterol inhaler. I've found that...
...times daily and also use my albuterol inhaler. I've found that plain Robitussin (just the expectorant...not the suppressant) has worked the ...I needed to take my regular Zyrtec for my allergie...
gave the patient an albuterol/atrovent nebulizer treatment...
...yes it would be an expectorant. A few weeks ago ...and COPD so I gave the patient an albuterol/atrovent nebulizer treatment and by the ...had pneumonia, and the albuterol neb. treatment...
hit of Albuterol this evening and I feel much better than I...
...non-medicating myself) didn't take Claritin for the second day in a row and no decongestant/expectorant (but then again - ...only one hit of Albuterol this evening and I feel much better than I ...
We also used an nebulizer with Albuterol a couple times...
...a day. We also used an nebulizer with Albuterol a couple times a day ...plugs restricting airflow. A liquid expectorant to thin secretions in airways ...seemed to help keep his anxiety down a...
chronic bronchits) to take the expectorant when she is ill...
...syrup with an expectorant whilst your daughter ...bronchits) to take the expectorant when she is ill and do more albuterol treatments. May be ...prescription for some albuterol. Dawn, m...
who smoke and take albuterol, which for some also...
...nervousness\" Acquaintances who smoke and take albuterol, which for some also has ...cough, MJ is also a natural expectorant...expect to cough up phlegm and...
cough. She prescribed albuterol in liquid form,...
...is the plant-derived expectorant in PLAIN Robitussin. ...4yo to the Dr. for his horrible, non-congested cough. She prescribed albuterol in liquid form, which ...small child. His cough is go...
Yoy need to use an expectorant to remove the mucus films...
...need to have the lung infection cultured. There ...The big problem with continual use of prednisone is the ...need to use an expectorant to remove the mucus films from the lin addition to alb...
Tell him to take his albuterol treatment or inhaler 10-15...
...Tell him to take his albuterol treatment or inhaler 10-15 ...his cough medicine an expectorant(loosens mucous) or a cough supressant(stops the cough)? He should be taking an expectorant because ...
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