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nebulizer

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a device for converting a drug in liquid form into a mist or fine spray which is inhaled through a mask to provide medication for the respiratory system
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Revefenacin has the potential to be a best-in-class once-daily single-agent product for COPD patients who require, or prefer, nebulized therapy.
Each bird was nebulized for 15 minutes with 1 of 2 solutions (A and B), with 1 group receiving solution A, and the second group, solution B.
The medical charts for 25 consecutive adult patients with asthma or COPD who were initiated on ICS therapy with BIS (Pulmicort Respules[R]; AstraZeneca LP, Wilmington, DE) or transitioned from ICS therapy delivered via MDI or DPI to nebulized BIS were reviewed retrospectively.
Nebulized therapy: aerosol medication inhaled as a fine mist that is deposited on the respiratory tract as a form of topical pulmonary treatment
Our patient had a bronchospastic response to both nebulized racemic albuterol and levalbuterol.
In vitro data have shown that nebulized deoxycholic acid may impair surfactant activity (Griese, Schams, & Lohmeier, 1998).
Scheinberg's study reviewed SinuNEB(TM) nebulized (aerosol) treatments given to 41 patients between July 1999 and February 2002.
Today, PRP is also a treatment option for lung inflammation and injury, due to the utilization of nebulized PRP through a nebulizer face mask.
Procurement Providing Medical Care Through High-Level Disinfection Operations (Including Clostridium Difficile Sporicidal) Nebulized Aeromicroflora and Surfaces in All Wards and Departments of the Institute in Order to Prevent Nosocomial Infections.
Nebulized liposomal amphotericin B was administered to 40 patients immediately after lung transplant, and to 78 others previously given conventional drugs.
In my experience, the use of nebulized glutathione, the major antioxidant and major detoxifying agent of the body (Klaassen et al.