Bronchila asthma is characterised
by hyperresponsiveness of the tracheo-bronchial smooth muscles to a variety
of stimuli, resulting in the narrowing of air tubes, often accompanied
by increased secretion of mucosal edema. Anti-asthmatics are bronchodilators
useful in the above condition, but should be used with caution (only under
doctor's advice) during pregnancy.
||Salbutamol and Terbutalin Sulfate
||Caution in children below 12 years.
Caution with the syrup in less than 2 years
|For Pregnant Women:
||Caution - Adverse effects unlikely
with the aerosols
|For Breastfeeding Mothers:
||Caution - use only if clearly indicated
||Chronic kidney and liver dysfunction
*Not to be used in the conditions
stated, because it could cause complications.
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