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Combivent and Spiriva?

Do either combivent or Spiriva have steroids? Are there any autonomic drugs like Spiriva that do NOT have steroids?

Posted 20 Sep 2014 1 answer

Combivent is no longer available. Have a ventilator and need to give this via ventilator tubing?

Combivent is no longer available. Have a ventilator and need to give this via ventilator tubing and not by inhaling by mouth. Combivent was given with a metered dose inhaler. The new Respimat is only ...

Posted 14 Mar 2014 1 answer

How do you guys feel about the switch to Combivent Respimat and what do you use for a rescue?

... inhaler? I am having coverage problems with the Respimat,doesn't seem to cover my day and I was given Flo Air {slow air, no air} for a rescue inhaler. I feel that we have been left high and ...

Posted 20 Oct 2013 0 answers

Can combivent get your chest to hurt if you inhale to much of it at one time?

I was sick with the cold germ which then got my Asama going strong.I had to start using combivent to help me breath and slow down a little of my coughing but tonight I think I inhaled to much of it . ...

Posted 24 Jul 2013 1 answer

Will combivent show up in a drug test?

as methafedamine

Posted 3 May 2013 2 answers

Can Asmanefrin be safely used with Combivent?

I'm using Combivent Respimat inhaler spray but the dosage is 4 puffs per day, which is not enough. I experience tightness in my chest and shortness of breath after 2 1/2 to 3 hours. So I was ...

Posted 4 Feb 2013 1 answer

Is combivent a rescue inhaler?

Posted 8 Jul 2011 1 answer

I recently washed my combivent inhalation aerosol in the washer?

I rised it out and used it and it still works. Is it safe that I continue using it?

Posted 27 Mar 2012 1 answer

ProAir HFA - I have been prescribed both Pro Air and Combivent, whats is the difference between the?

... two, and which one is considered a fast acting inhaler?

Posted 28 Jun 2011 1 answer

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