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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
1924
97%
COPD & Emphysema
1103
94%
Cystic Fibrosis
29
100%
Environmental Allergies
6
100%
Respiratory Syncytial V...
4
100%
Overall, 96% (3096 Members) find Albuterol helpful
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Albuterol Reviews

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Helpful but pretty useless during the winter months.
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:)
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Using ProAir. Two puffs 4x daily. No major side effects. Works when I overdue it or lungs get a little sluggish.
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Works well
Working / Worked
It helped at first turning a dry hacking cough into a milder productive cough. Now it makes no difference.
Working / Worked
Absolute for immediate flare-ups
Working / Worked
Helps to clear me up.
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For the nebulizer.
Working / Worked
works, makes me jumpy and irritable
Working / Worked
I take it as needed and it works.
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Discussions

  1. Discussion: Albuterol PFT test = COPD
    I have never found any relief from Ventolin - before my COPD diagnosis I was told I had asthma for many years. Then I got double pneumonia with a ple... [More]
  2. Discussion: Albuterol PFT test = COPD
    when i have PFT tests done they do it "before & after" a dose of nebulized albuterol. my understanding is that if "after" sho... [More]
  3. Discussion: Wonder what kind of emerge inhaler you use?
    For an emergency inhaler, I use ventorlin from All Day Chemist which is albuterol. In the US, some brand names for albuterol are: ProAir, Provent... [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]