Ipratropium albuterol nebulizer

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I purchased the Omron Portable Ultrasonic Nebulizer and am using the vials of Albuterol and Ipratropium. I can only use 1/2 vial because more than that speeds my heart up too much. Can I save the last 1/2 of the vial for later use? Does anybody know of a more affordable way to get the medicine I need? I am paying out of pocket and this economy gets harder every day it seems like.
I've been having fuzziness, is it okay for me to discontinue use of my albuterol nebulizer and budesonide?
Xopenx 1.25 mg and Ipratropium Bromide 0.02%.
hi, my question is can we mix albuterol, ipratropium, pulmacort together and the order is give these medication together by nebulizer.
Any suggested as to which inhaler would work best? also, would a nebulizer - Ipratropium Bromide 0.5mg and Albuterol Sulfate 3.0mg help? Finally what is the difference in inhalers Albuterol, Alvesco. Combivent?
Any suggested as to which inhaler would work best? also, would a nebulizer - Ipratropium Bromide 0.5mg and Albuterol Sulfate 3.0mg help? Finally what is the difference in inhalers Albuterol, Alvesco. Combivent?
Both forms are effective. The 2.5ml nebules contain 2.5mg of Albuterol and 0.5mg of Ipratropium and can be used for nebulizer two to four times a day. So, if you have been advised puff 4 times a day, you can also use nebulizer four times a day. However, ask your doctor first. Take care! The medical advice given should not be considered a substitute for medical care provided by a doctor who can examine you.
Any suggested as to which inhaler would work best? also, would a nebulizer - Ipratropium Bromide 0.5mg and Albuterol Sulfate 3.0mg help? Finally what is the difference in inhalers Albuterol, Alvesco. Combivent?
I had so many problems when I was using Albuterol in an inhaler. I then started using Albuterol with Ipratropium together in a nebulizer and it worked so much better for me. I only use the Albuterol inhaler now just as a rescue inhaler. Emergencies only! I also use Spiriva and Pulmicort Tubohaler. These two inhalers have helped me more than any inhaler I have ever used. They are powder inhalers but they are work so much better for me.
The only medication I take is an Duoneb (albuterol/ipratropium) in a nebulizer. I have fairly severe COPD. The best remedy I have found for chronic bronchitis are large doses of vitamin B5. B5 is a mucus thinner and an anti-inflammatory. There are no side effects. I take other stuff as well and have just added some Chinese herbs (under doctor's advice).
Yes, Atrovent is ipratropium bromide is used for COPD. I use Duoneb which is a combination of albuterol and ipratropium. You are making me wonder if I can manage with ipratropium alone. I have never tried it. I will ask my lung doctor. I use a portable nebulizer. With that I can take as little as I need (or as much).
But you can use the Albuterol and the Ipratropium to keep the lungs clear instead of the prednisone for at least two weeks. Make sure you have enough solution on hand. You can always go back to the prednisone. I think you need at least a week off the prednisone. That is a half-____ guess.I wouldad that allphysicians treat with prednisone plus antibiotics.My opinion is this is going in two different directions.I am not going to go into "tapeting off".
that immediately gave me a steroid injection and had my chest x-rayed(came back normal) han me begin inhaling Albuterol Sulfate and Ipratropium Bromide using a nebulizer. And prescribed Avelox 400MG for a 10 day period. Not working then so they gave me another shot of steroid only this one had to be adminisgtered in my hip because of the volume and thickness (they said my arm could not be used for this one) they prescribed Levaduin 750 MG for 5 days, T.pearls and continue the nebulizer.
I use a nebulizer (albuterol and ipratropium), and take natural anti-inflammatories and an antihistamine for allergies. If you get a peak flow meter you will be able to assess your condition (not the infection, of course) and your progress, or lack thereof.
My mother (68 yrs) had pneumonia with back pain back in February. At that time her pulmonologist did a chest x-ray. She finally showed me the test result and it revealed a "4cm mass in lower left lobe". She says that after the round of meds, she went back and he did another x-ray ant it came back clear. My question is this---why would the original x-ray show a "mass" as opposed to "fluid" or "shadow". Her symptoms from the pneumonia have gone...
The only prescription medication I use now is Duoneb (albuterol and ipratropium) in a nebulizer. I use about two ampules a day. I do not use a rescue inhaler. Instead I have a small, portable nebulizer. It is so small that it fits into my purse. The advantage is that I can take as little as I need, sometimes just a few puffs. It is made by Omron and costs about $200. It is worth every cent.
Called the pediatricion told me to take her to Phoenix Childrens they treated her as if it were croup, Albuterol Nebulizer, Lidocaine Nebulizer, Codiene pill, Ephinephryn Nebulizer we left no better. Called the pediatrician this morning, he called in to Mendy's Place a childrens ER in Arizona told them she was coming to do bloodwork and an xray, they did both bloodwork was normal, xrays were normal, did Pulmicort Nebulizer while there to no avail, gave her two codeine pills to no avail.
Called the pediatricion told me to take her to Phoenix Childrens they treated her as if it were croup, Albuterol Nebulizer, Lidocaine Nebulizer, Codiene pill, Ephinephryn Nebulizer we left no better. Called the pediatrician this morning, he called in to Mendy's Place a childrens ER in Arizona told them she was coming to do bloodwork and an xray, they did both bloodwork was normal, xrays were normal, did Pulmicort Nebulizer while there to no avail, gave her two codeine pills to no avail.
probably just leftover inflammation from my recent episode which lasted from mid May to end almost end of July. I was also on pulmicort, Spiriva, Allegra, Singulair, Ipratropium, Xoepenex (nebulizer treatments 4 times a day) and occasionally Albuterol, as much as 3 times in one hour. The coughing gets so harsh and so severe, I feel like I will have a heart attack! High cholesterol for 25 years and high trigylcerides.
Advised me to continue with nebulizer meds (albuterol, budesinide, and ipratropium twice/day. Is this possible? I thought there was no cure. And if this is true, why do I cough so much, have so much phlegm, and am exhausted most of the time?
Benadryl works on the same principle as does ipratropium but I have never been told to use it. I can't tolerate Advair (causes angina) nor Albuterol (causes worse congestion and coughing). Spiriva was fine but it is too expensive and didn't work for any good amount of time. As a last resort I used some Benadryl. I can walk without bronchospasm; I don't have angina as often; it lasts longer; and it is relatively suitable for my budget.
Are you still on the Albuterol nebulizer or are you using a simple inhaler now? The nebulizer works more efficiently at getting the meds into the lungs. I have asthma and when I have to go to the hospital to use the nebulizer, I get those body twitches, like little grasshoppers under my skin. Kind of creepy actually. But it wears off. Albuterol also affects the heart beat/rate.
I went to my family doctor and he listened to my lungs and told me I had bronchitis (I had had no cough, nor had a coffee at any time in the last few weeks). He prescribed Albuterol, ipratropium bromide, antibiotics, and an expectorant and cough supressant. He also sent me to the hospital for a chest-xray and blood tests. Ten days later I went back to see him for a followup and my breathing was much better after the Nebulizer use, but I was still having random chest pains.
I have a nebulizer and used it also with albuterol sulfate with some relief, but ended up going to the ER. I have a fairly severe peanut allergy. I left the ER still having some asthma symptoms but much better. I think they gave me albuterol with ipratropium. Done some reading and read that it shouldnt be given to someone with a peanut or soy allergy.
The only prescription medicine I take is Duoneb (a combination of albuterol and ipratropium), in a nebulizer. I also take an over-the-counter antihistamine. Losing weight would help, but you already know that.
Mullein, marshmallow Yin-nourishing Chinese herbs specific for lung problems I use all of the above and the only prescribed medicine I take is albuterol/ipratropium in a nebulizer. Before that I followed the protocol of traditional medicine and it almost killed me.
They did no blodwork no test at all!the diagnosis they gave me was s.v.t. triggerd by albuterol inhaler(basically what you described but triggered by a stimulent inhaler)they prescribed me with 2 new inhalers and sent me home.
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