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  1. Proventil is a rescue inhaler. It helps relieve asthma symptoms/asthma attack. It covers up asthma symptoms. Steroid inhalers (flovent, advair, symbicort,..) are medications that prevent asthma...

    3 Answers · Health · 14/05/2008

  2. there is indeed an interaction between these two medications. The albuterol, in order to have its intended effect, needs to act on certain receptors in your airway (these are a type of beta receptor). The beta blocker you mentioned...

    1 Answers · Health · 09/09/2013

  3. Simply put, it means if you get a spasm in your bronchial tube, stop using it. All meds come with that type of warning. So try it, if you have any issues, stop using and call your doc for a different med.

    2 Answers · Health · 14/11/2011

  4. XOPENEX HFA® (levalbuterol tartrate) Inhalation Aerosol XOPENEX (...shortness of breath. XOPENEX comes in 2 forms: XOPENEX HFA Inhalation Aerosol (inhaler/puffer) and XOPENEX ...

    4 Answers · Health · 20/07/2008

  5. Yes, of course it is bad. Using an inhaler to treat the symptoms of lung disease while smoking to cause lung disease is a poor idea. Many of the folks I know with lung diseases that are taking their breath away and...

    3 Answers · Health · 28/10/2009

  6. They are the same thing according to their internet site: http://www.proventilhfa.com/phfa/application. Yes, it should be used as a fast acting inhaler to stop your wheezing.

    5 Answers · Health · 10/04/2009

  7. NO, in a preventitive like Seretide or Fluticasone there is yes.

    1 Answers · Health · 12/07/2012

  8. Xopenex is a kicked up form of albuterol, supposed to last longer than albuterol, but essentially the same, minus a few molecules, give it some time.

    1 Answers · Health · 16/11/2006

  9. This med is used by asthmatics. You can go WebMd and go to their drug index category and read up on this medication.

    1 Answers · Health · 25/01/2009

  10. If you have a concern about the number of sprays you are getting from a ProAir inhaler, then you should contact the Food and Drug Administration and express your concern. The FDA website is www.fda...

    1 Answers · Health · 01/10/2009

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