Recent Examples of inhaler from the Web
The health crisis Hughes concealed publicly until now started with a bout with bronchitis that June, which went away thanks to an inhaler.
Diagnosed with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease by two physicians, he had been given a rescue inhaler but was not treated for ongoing airway inflammation.
This month, the drugmaker secured regulatory approvals for its shingles vaccine (a potential blockbuster) as well as an inhaler to treat chronic lung disease.
Even now, with good insurance, her $2,000 deductible prompts her to use her inhaler -- an Advair bronchodilator -- sparingly.
The 584 study patients with severe asthma were nonsmokers, aged 18 to 75, who used asthma inhalers.
Currently, patients have to use an inhaler, a vaporizer or ingest capsules.
So Americares provides shelters and clinics with supplies like insulin or inhalers.
The policy also covers familiar ground on student medications and procedures for school officials storing and keeping records on medication, as well as students’ self-administering such medication as asthma inhalers.
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