COPD Question

What kind of medication can be used in a nebulizor, other than salbutamol and ipratropium

Salbutomal and ventilyn are not available from the manufacturer in Vancouver British Columbia, so what other medicine works in nebulizer's

posted 12 days ago by A MyCOPDTeam User

Check with your doc or better yet a pharmacist. The pharmacist could tell you what else in those categories is available in Canada.

posted 12 days ago

I live on Vancouver Island & both of these meds are readily available to me through my Dr.s prescription. I don't understand why you cannot get them in Vancouver

posted 12 days ago

I have no idea why they aren't available but my pharmacy says it might take weeks or months

posted 12 days ago

How very odd @A MyCOPDTeam User. A ferry ride away and they ARE available to me. Actually, my Dr. usually has several sample canisters of Salbutamol.

posted 12 days ago

It's extremely odd, my daughter lives in Victoria, I should send my prescription to her to fill!

posted 12 days ago

I use Albuterol in mine.

posted 12 days ago

Thank you @A MyCOPDTeam User I will check with my doctor!

posted 12 days ago

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posted 11 days ago

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