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(also known as Salbutamol, Ventolin, Proventil, ProAir)
Salbutamol or albuterol is a short-acting β2-adrenergic receptor agonist used for the relief of bronchospasm in conditions such as asthma and COPD. more at Wikipedia

Treatment Success Rate

Top 5 Communities
Condition Members Success
Asthma
1982
97%
COPD & Emphysema
1182
94%
Cystic Fibrosis
31
100%
Environmental Allergies
7
100%
Respiratory Syncytial V...
4
100%
Overall, 96% (3241 Members) find Albuterol helpful
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Albuterol Reviews

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The rescue inhaler helps. The nebulizer helps when needed.
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Helps in a pinch
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Works really well!
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Works.
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Worked well but caused a severe allergic reaction
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replaces daily nebulizer use unless I'm ill; ProAir is nowhere near strong enough, though - I need the Ventolin
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My bff in the grocery store!
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It's a rescue
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good results
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Discussions

  1. Discussion: Ventolin
    I do not know about this. But can you take Xopenex? Its instead of albuterol. Xopenex is levalbuerol tartarate while Ventolin is albuertol sulfate. Ar... [More]
  2. Advice: Albuterol overdose
    lhcom345, The tremors and higher heart rate are a common side effect of the medicine. It's not necessarily a sign of overdosage, but it is certain... [More]
  3. Advice: Albuterol overdose
    I have this problem where if I take two puffs of albuterol, I get tremors and my heart rate goes up....causing me to feel nervous and sound shaky when... [More]
  4. Discussion: How to tell when Proventil HFA is "empty"?
    Ask your Dr if you can switch to Ventolin or ProAir...... they both have counters. Appalling that Proventil does not. [More]
  5. Discussion: QUESTION ABOUT VENTOLIN HFA INHALER
    I have used it and prefer it to ProAir for my asthma. I use it as a rescue inhaler though, so I realize the usage may be different for COPD. My dad us... [More]