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Bronchodilator combinations

What are Bronchodilator combinations?

Bronchodilator combinations are generally inhalers or inhalation devices, which contain more than one bronchodilator, or a bronchodilator and a steroid. Bronchodilator combinations with more than one bronchodilator usually consist of a short acting and a long acting bronchodilator. The bronchodilators may work by different mechanisms to dilate the air passages, and makes air flow easier. Bronchodilator combinations with a steroid and bronchodilator act more like a preventative. Steroids block the body's inflammatory response and effectively improve lung function and reduce asthma symptoms. The bronchodilator in this combination is generally a long acting one and it also acts as a preventer.

List of Bronchodilator combinations:

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Drug Name Reviews Avg. Ratings
DuoNeb (Pro)
generic name: albuterol / ipratropium
3 reviews
   
9.6
Anoro Ellipta (Pro)
generic name: umeclidinium / vilanterol
32 reviews
   
9.0
Bevespi Aerosphere (Pro)
generic name: formoterol / glycopyrrolate
2 reviews
   
9.0
Advair HFA
generic name: fluticasone / salmeterol
6 reviews
   
8.9
Combivent (Pro)
generic name: albuterol / ipratropium
17 reviews
   
8.8
Trelegy Ellipta (Pro)
generic name: fluticasone / umeclidinium / vilanterol
12 reviews
   
7.7
Advair Diskus (Pro)
generic name: fluticasone / salmeterol
90 reviews
   
7.6
Symbicort (Pro)
generic name: budesonide / formoterol
126 reviews
   
7.6
Stiolto Respimat (Pro)
generic name: olodaterol / tiotropium
18 reviews
   
6.9
Breo Ellipta (Pro)
generic name: fluticasone / vilanterol
100 reviews
   
6.5
Dulera (Pro)
generic name: formoterol / mometasone
42 reviews
   
6.4
AirDuo Respiclick (Pro)
generic name: fluticasone / salmeterol
3 reviews
   
5.0
Combivent Respimat (Pro)
generic name: albuterol / ipratropium
10 reviews
   
3.6
Duo-Medihaler
generic name: isoproterenol/phenylephrine
0 reviewsAdd rating
Utibron Neohaler (Pro)
generic name: glycopyrrolate / indacaterol
0 reviewsAdd rating

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