ALLERGY AND ASTHMA IN THE SOUTHWESTERN UNITED STATES 

Bronchodilator Inhalers - Short Acting
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albuterol MDI image
Generic albuterol
proventil HFA image
Proventil HFA
albuterol
ventolin image     
Ventolin*          
albuterol             
  
  Ventolin HFA             albuterol 
Pro-Air HFA
albuterol
Maxair autohaler image
Maxair Autohaler pirbuterol

Xopenex HFA                  levalbuterol
alupent image Alupent
metaproterenol
ventolin rotahaler image
Ventolin Rotahaler**
albuterol

 

 Brethaire image                   Brethaire**
terbutaline
Atrovent image
Atrovent* 
ipratropium bromide -
often used with one of the other bronchodilators
Combivent image      Combivent
ipratropium bromide and albuterol

Spiriva HandiHaler - tiotropium  - can be used with one of the
other bronchodilators

 

*   Discontinued as a CFC-containing preparation in the US Market  
** Discontinued in the US                                                                                                                                  

Bronchodilator Inhalers - Long Acting

                 Serevent Discus image                         Foradil Aerolizer image                           Nebulized bronchodilators not shown
                  Serevent Diskus                                Foradil Aerolizer
                        salmeterol                                         formoterol

Content Owner:  Michael J. Schumacher, MB, FRACP  
                            University of Arizona  
AHSC logo                  don't see you inhaler?  steroid inhalers                         Updated 3/2012

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