Students who are able to recognize symptoms requiring medication and know how to use their inhaler properly should be permitted to keep the medication with them.
It comes in aerosol canisters, in capsules that are inserted into an inhaler, and in liquid form that is used in a nebulizer.
If a patient cannot use an inhaler to maintain long-term control, sustained-release theophylline is a good alternative.
A cough can also be a side-effect of medications that are administered via an inhaler.
The inhaler may have a spacer that holds the burst of medication until it is inhaled.
DDAVP can be administered intravenously or through a nasal inhaler.
Inhaled medications have a special inhaler that meters the dose.
Patients will be instructed on how to properly use an inhaler to ensure that it will deliver the right amount of medication.
Inhalations of thorium emanations produced from thorium nitrate through a wash-bottle inhaler are said to have a bactericidal action in diseases of the lungs.
The mode of administration is by an inhaler attached to an inhalation bag, which serves to break the force with which the oxygen issues from the cylinders in which it is sold in a compressed form.