• 01 JUL 20
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    Inhaled Asthma Medications

    Inhaled Asthma Medications There are two basic kinds of medication for treating asthma: Control drugs to prevent attacks Quick relief drugs for use during attacks Control drugs for asthma control your symptoms if you don’t have mild asthma. You must take them every day for them to work. Take them even when you feel okay.

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    • 30 JUN 20
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    Fluticasone

    Fluticasone (Flovent): Patient Information What is fluticasone inhalation? Fluticasone is a steroid. It prevents the release of substances in the body that cause inflammation.Fluticasone inhalation is used to prevent asthma attacks.   What are the different forms of Flovent? FLOVENT 44 mcg (fluticasone propionate 44 mcg) Inhalation Aerosol FLOVENT 110 mcg (fluticasone propionate 110 mcg)

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    • 29 JUN 20
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    EPINEPHRINE AUTO

    EPINEPHRINE AUTO-INJECTOR: Patient Information When to use the auto-injector epinephrine? This medication is used in emergencies to treat very serious allergic reactions to insect stings/bites, foods, or drugs. Epinephrine acts quickly to improve breathing, stimulate the heart, raise a dropping blood pressure, and reduce swelling of the face, lips, and throat.     How do

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    • 01 JUL 20
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    Budesonide

    Budesonide (Pulmicort): Patient Information What is Pulmicort? Pulmicort Turbohaler is an inhaler. It contains a medicine called budesonide. This belongs to a group of medicines called ‘corticosteroids’. It works by reducing and preventing swelling and inflammation in your lungs.   Who should be treated with Pulmicort? Your doctor may prescribe this medicine to treat asthma.

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