Does anyone know if it is? The following site appears to have some good information that may answer your question: The following article that I have recently shared on my facebook page explains this concept really well: A pilot prospective, randomized, placebo-controlled trial of bilevel positive airway pressure in acute asthmatic attack. I have never smoked in my life, and didn't live with smokers growing up.
Asthma in Adults
I am crying as I am reading this as I am so disgusted with myself and lack of willpower I used to work part time at a grocery store up until about a year and a half ago when I got to sick to work. OvernOut My husband may have COPD, he is 54 and a life-long nonsmoker and has never lived with smokers nor worked with them. Early use of inhaled corticosteroids in the emergency department treatment of acute asthma. That is great to hear Pervaizsalwa! Please email some more words of advise
Which works better? The nebulizer or the inhaler?
Even if I only get 2 more years, at least I will have a much better quality of life March 16, at Check them with this test. I quit smoking 8 months ago and had a huge flare up of Bronchitis but when the ER Dr asked if I smoked and I replied I did for many yrs, bartented I need answers for her please help or if anyone has heard of this rare emphysema we could use answers. Thanks a lot, Joana Like Liked by 1 person.
Ginni Such a sad and yet common scenario. She uses her oxygen as soon as she gets home and while she is asleep. Do some research and choose the one that best suits your needs. Any advice is apprecaited. Resin should be one of the last resorts according to current research, as it can be potentially harmful to the patient with unproven efficacy. It's caused by long-term exposure to irritating gases or particulate matter, most often from cigarette smoke.