inhalation


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the act of breathing in

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Exubera's withdrawal has certainly not hindered the interest in inhalation delivery, quite the opposite in fact.
There were 57 males and 43 females in the nitrous oxide inhalation group with an average age of 43.
The five children were treated for minor smoke inhalation and also sent to the same hospital for treatment.
Following the addition of this new strength of budesonide inhalation suspension, the company now offers the complete family of all strengths including, 0.
We have tried to evaluate the compliance of proper technique in use of inhalation devices amongst patients of bronchial asthma using MDIs and DPIs in all categories of patients, those already using these devices or using it for the first time and also during their follow up at regular intervals.
Similar effects of water pipe smoking and deep inhalation cigarette smoking on respiratory status were found.
The model allows the user to determine air concentrations, over time, to assess potential inhalation exposure for different air care products under defined conditions of consumer use.
The product, marketed as Combivent Respimat inhalation spray, does not contain chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) and "is a suitable alternative for patients who are currently using Combivent (ipratropium bromide and albuterol sulfate) inhalation aerosol," according to the statement, issued by the Division of Drug Information (DDI) in the FDA's Center for Drugs, Evaluation and Research (CDER).
It has to blend homogenously with the low dose of drug (typically measured in micrograms); allow filling of the blend into a reservoir, or into single-dose capsules or blisters, which are fitted into the device; and finally to separate from the drug during inhalation so that the drug can be inhaled into the patient's lungs.
The first reported cases of toxic leukoencephalopathy because of heroin inhalation appeared in the early 1980s in Amsterdam.
Effects of quercetin inhalation on immediate (IAR), late-phase (LAR) and late late-phase (LLAR) asthmatic responses by exposure to aerosolized-ovalbumin (AOA) (2w/v% in saline, inhalation for 3 min) were studied in conscious guinea-pigs sensitized with AOA.
For adult patients with asthma or COPD, important considerations in choosing an inhalation device include patient age, patient ability to use the device correctly, availability of medication(s) in a given device (eg, nebulized formulation), cost, and reimbursement.
The survey found 58% of workers admitted not using protective eguipment against dust inhalation despite figures showing that work-related dust kills 8,000 people every year.
NEW ORLEANS -- The intentional inhalation of products containing methanol, such as carburetor cleaner and windshield washer fluid, can cause significant toxicity--and emergency physicians must keep that in mind when a suspected inhaler, or "huffer," comes into the emergency department.