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Medical Advice on "Nebulization"



In brochiolitis, nebulization needs to be given for five to seven days ... In my opinion, your child needs antibiotics and nebulization with a repeat chest x-ray to see the extent of pneumonia … View thread »
 
Also, I suggest you to take nebulization with Asthalin which will ease the breathing … View thread »
We used to give him asthalin before, but now it is either Levolin or Budecort or a mixture of both for nebulization when wheezing is bad … View thread »
Nebulization should be given for three days ... Nebulization with Duolin - Ipratropium bromide and Levosalbutamol (1 respule) every 6 hourly, and Budecort - Budesonide (1 respule) every 12 hourly for 5 days … View thread »
Are you giving any other medication apart from nebulizationView thread »
For immediate relief from your bronchoconstriction, I suggest nebulization with Levosalbutamol and Budesonide twice daily for three days or MDI (metered dose inhaler) inhaler therapy … View thread »
Nebulization frequency should be increased to six times a day with Duolin (Levosalbutamol and Ipratropium bromide) … View thread »
If your child is having wheezing with cough, then he should be receiving nebulization, cough drops and if fever also then he might require antibiotic … View thread »
 
 
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