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 Is albuterol a corticosteroid?

Answer Albuterol is not a corticosteroid, but a beta-agonist. It comes in tablet form and as an inhaler. It works by causing the smooth muscles of the bronchial tubes to relax and allow more air to pass t... Read More »
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Glaucoma: heredity, retinopathy and corticosteroid use?

Heredity definitely plays a significant role in glaucoma. Just because your father had glaucoma doesn't mean you will but if you inherited his genetics in regard to glaucoma then you probably will... Read More »
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How much Albuterol is too much?

On One Hand: Recommended DosageAlbuterol is a type of bronchodilator that prevents airway inflammation and treats asthma symptom flare-ups. Asthmatics generally use inhaled forms of Albuterol, but ... Read More »
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Who manufactures albuterol?

Albuterol is the generic name for a medicine that relaxes muscles in the airways and increases air flow to the lungs. It is sold under several brand names, including Ventolin, which is manufactured... Read More »
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What is the trade name for Albuterol?

Albuterol is sold under the trade names Proventil, Ventolin, ProAir and Accuneb. It is a prescription drug given to alleviate the symptoms of asthma, and is taken via an inhaler or nebulizer.Source... Read More »
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