... the side affects and why does it decrease the effectiveness of the albuterol inhaler
12 Oct 2009
Beta blockers such as Labetalol can precipitate asthma. Labetalol needs to be used with caution under specialist supervision. Labetalol blocks the bronchodilating action of the albuterol inhaler.Talk to your specialist if your asthma is getting worse or you are concerned. It is important that you keep taking the labetalol.
See: http://www.drugs.com/mtm/labetalol.html and
http://www.drugs.com/sfx/labetalol-side-effects.html for a comprehensive overview of labetalol side-effects.
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