bronchiolitis
BRONCHIOLITIS
Bronchiolitis is a clinical diagnosis preceding upper respiratory illness and/or rhinorrhea.
Signs of respiratory illness which may include wheezing, retractions, oxygen desaturation, color change, nasal flaring.
There is also presence of apnea especially in premature or low birthweight infants, signs of dehydration and exposure to persons with viral upper respiratory infections.
Symptoms are usually worst on the 3rd-5th day of illness and then improve gradually.

Bronchiolitis Drug Information

Drug Information

Indication: Management of reversible bronchospasm associated w/ obstructive airway disease in patients who require more th...

Indication: Tab/syr: Relief of all bronchial asthma, chronic bronchitis & emphysema. Evohaler: Symptomatic relief &...

Indication: Acute & chronic bronchopulmonary diseases associated w/ abnormal mucus secretion & impaired mucus tran...

Indication: Acute & chronic diseases of the resp tract especially chronic bronchitis, asthmatoid bronchitis, bronchial...

Axcel Dextrozine
dextromethorphan hydrobromide + promethazine hydro...

Indication: Relief of congestion & dry irritating cough eg, those associated w/ common cold, upper resp tract infectio...

Indication: Relief of bronchospasm in asthma, chronic bronchitis, other conditions involving airways obstruction.

Indication: Resp disorders associated w/ viscid mucus.

Indication: Relief & prevention of asthma & COPD symptoms. Relieve attacks of acute breathlessness due to reversib...

Indication: Relief & prevention of asthma symptoms.

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