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:
|Drug Name||Reviews||Avg. Ratings|
|aclidinium / formoterol systemic (Pro)||0 reviews||10|
|formoterol / glycopyrrolate systemic (Pro)||7 reviews||8.0|
|umeclidinium / vilanterol systemic (Pro)||51 reviews||8.0|
|albuterol / ipratropium systemic (Pro)||42 reviews||6.9|
|budesonide / formoterol systemic (Pro)||183 reviews||6.9|
|olodaterol / tiotropium systemic (Pro)||31 reviews||6.9|
|fluticasone / umeclidinium / vilanterol systemic (Pro)||76 reviews||6.7|
|fluticasone / salmeterol systemic (Pro)||157 reviews||6.6|
|formoterol / mometasone systemic (Pro)||59 reviews||6.1|
|fluticasone / vilanterol systemic (Pro)||187 reviews||5.8|
|budesonide / formoterol / glycopyrrolate systemic (Pro)||0 reviews||Add rating|
|glycopyrrolate / indacaterol systemic (Pro)||0 reviews||Add rating|
|For ratings, users were asked how effective they found the medicine while considering positive/adverse effects and ease of use (1 = not effective, 10 = most effective).|
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