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Understanding Asthma Medications (cont.)

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corticosteroid inhalers, beclomethasone, Beclovent, Vanceril, budesonide, Pulmicort, flunisolide, AeroBid, fluticasone, Flovent, triamcinolone, Azmacort, methylprednisolone, Medrol, Solu-Medrol, prednisone, Deltasone, Orasone, prednisolone, Pediapred, leukotriene inhibitors, montelukast, Singulair, zafirlukast, Accolate, zileuton, Zyflo, beta-agonists, albuterol, Ventolin, Proventil, formoterol, Foradil, levalbuterol, Xopenex, metaproterenol, Alupent, Metaprel, pirbuterol, Maxair, salmeterol, Serevent, anticholinergic inhalers, ipratropium bromide, Atrovent, methylxanthines, monoclonal antibodies, omalizumab, Xolair, asthma attack, occupational asthma, exercise-induced asthma, adult-onset asthma, nocturnal asthma, asthmatic, allergen, bronchiolitis, bronchial asthma, acute asthma, allergies, allergic reaction, bronchial airways, bronchial airway narrowing, allergy, dyspnea, airway narrowing, noisy breathing, difficulty breathing, asthma triggers, reactive airways disease, RAD, reversible airway obstruction, increased bronchial reactivity, airway inflammation, passive smoke inhalation, allergic disease, aeroallergen exposure, viral respiratory illness, airway hyperreactivity, AHR, airway remodeling, atopy, nonallergic rhinitis, early allergic response, EAR, late allergic response, LAR, chest tightness, breathlessness, airway hyperreactivity, bronchial hyperresponsiveness, BHR, understanding asthma medications, hay fever, indoor allergies, indoor allergy, indoor allergens, indoor allergen, asthma assessment, asthma quiz, metered dose inhaler, MDI, nebulizer, asthma FAQs, asthma frequently asked questions, asthma, breathing passages, airways, chronic airway inflammation, wheeze, bronchiolitis, acute asthma, asthma medications, inflammation of the bronchi, wheezing, noisy breathing, difficulty breathing, exposure to allergens, exposure to environmental irritants, exposure to viruses, exposure to cold air, allergic rhinitis, acute bronchoconstriction, airway edema, chronic mucous plug formation

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