Is an albuterol inhaler a steroid?

Answer Inhaled albuterol is not a steroid. It is considered a bronchodilator and can be prescribed alone or in combination with inhaled or oral corticosteroids to help treat difficult breathing in patient... Read More »

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What is an albuterol inhaler?

Albuterol is a medication used to treat breathing difficulties associated with conditions like chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and asthma. This medication is attached to an inhaler that pumps... Read More »

What if you take too much of an Albuterol inhaler?

Designed to combat and prevent airway obstruction, Albuterol inhalers are commonly prescribed to those suffering from asthma. Using too much Albuterol can cause a variety of dangerous symptoms and ... Read More »

Can i take my albuterol inhaler with terbinafine?

On One Hand: Drug Interactions of TerbinafineAccording to, albuterol inhalers are not listed as a possible negative drug interaction. WebMD states most negative interactions with terbinaf... Read More »

Can an albuterol inhaler cause permanent muscle damage?

Although permanent muscle damage is not considered a possible side effect of inhaled albuterol, it may cause some temporary muscle cramping. See your doctor if this cramping is severe or does not g... Read More »