Results 1 - 9 of 9 for Inhaled "short-acting" "beta-agonists"
  1. ... asthma during your treatment with salmeterol and fluticasone inhalation. If you were using a short-acting beta agonist inhaler such as albuterol (Proventil, Ventolin) on a ...
  2. ... prescribed by your doctor.Do not use olodaterol inhalation to treat sudden attacks of COPD . Your doctor will prescribe a short-acting beta agonist medication such as albuterol (Accuneb, Proair, Proventil, Ventolin) ...
  3. ... your doctor.Do not use umeclidinium and vilanterol inhalation to treat sudden attacks of COPD. Your doctor will prescribe a short-acting beta agonist medication such as albuterol (Accuneb, Proair, Proventil, Ventolin) ...
  4. ... or inject arformoterol inhalation.Do not use arformoterol inhalation to treat sudden attacks of COPD. Your doctor will prescribe a short acting beta agonist medication such as albuterol (Accuneb, Proair, Proventil, Ventolin) ...
  5. ... not swallow indacaterol capsules.Do not use indacaterol inhalation to treat sudden attacks of COPD. Your doctor will prescribe a short-acting beta agonist medication such as albuterol (Accuneb, Proair, Proventil, Ventolin) ...
  6. ... attacks of COPD. Your doctor will prescribe a short-acting beta agonist ... treat attacks.Formoterol inhalation should not be used to treat COPD that ...
  7. ... asthma or COPD. Your doctor will prescribe a short-acting beta agonist medication such as albuterol (Accuneb, Proair, Proventil, Ventolin) ... row you use more than one canister (200 inhalations) of your short-acting inhaler during an 8-week period your peak- ...
  8. ... your doctor.Do not use fluticasone and vilanterol inhalation during a sudden asthma or COPD attack. Your doctor will prescribe a short acting (rescue) inhaler to use during asthma and COPD ...
  9. ... doctor.Do not use fluticasone, umeclidinium, and vilanterol inhalation during a sudden COPD or asthma attack. Your doctor will prescribe a short acting (rescue) inhaler to use during COPD or asthma ...