what ingredients are different/same?; are psychiatric side effects same/different?
15 Mar 2012
dulera is just 4 asthma, and symbicort is 4 copd and asthma which has a cortersteroids in it which can cause pneumonia..dulera opens the 2 main oppenents of ur lungs constriction and air ways so u can breath, if u ask me both due the same thing only some have steroids in them and others may not. i hoped this helped some.
23 Nov 2014
Similar meds. Different manufacturer of steroid.
They- both have a long acting beta agonist (LABA)
both have an inhaled corticosteroid (ICS)
Symbicort (LABA)- formoterol (ICS) Budesonide
Dulera (LABA)- formoterol (ICS) Mometasone
Studies show similar efficacy and side effects with either (ICS)
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