Anticholinergic medications relax the bronchial muscles. They are generally inhaled and act as a bronchodilator over time. Bronchodilation does not have much effect on lung function and does not change the overall course of the disease. However, the medication helps improve breathlessness, ability to exercise, and quality of life.
Brands and Benefits. Anticholinergics used for COPD include short-acting ipratropium (Atrovent) and long-acting tiotropium...Read more
Ah Chew! If that sneeze hurt your low back, then you have found the right place to learn more about surviving cold and flu season with low... Read more »
Anyone who's ever had an asthma attack knows about the chest tightness and why it occurs. Yet what about the chest soreness that occurs... Read more »
Full Question: I was applying pressure this morning to something an had the sharpest pain shoot from the back to side side of the right... Read more »