This analysis summarizes studies comparing attained heights with expected heights of children with asthma treated with inhaled or oral corticosteroids.... View Article
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Reducing Total Costs of Aerosolized Medication Delivery Using the AeroEclipse II Breath Actuated Nebulizer
TITLE: REDUCING TOTAL COSTS OF AEROSOLIZED MEDICATION DELIVERY USING THE AEROECLIPSE II BREATH ACTUATED NEBULIZER AUTHOR: Wilson, John1 INSTITUTION: 1.... View Article
THE DELIVERY TIME, EFFICACY, AND SAFETY OF BETA AGONIST BRONCHOLILATOR ADMINISTRATION WITH THE AEROECLIPSE®BREATH ACTUATED NEBULIZER (“BAN”).
Purpose: Aerosol delivery consumes the highest level of Respiratory Care resources. This study evaluated the delivery time, efficacy, and safety... View Article
Randomized Controlled Trial of a Breath-Activated Nebulizer in Patients with Exacerbation of COPD
THE CLINICAL EFFICACY OF USING THE AEROECLIPSE® BREATHE ACTUATED BEBULIZER (“BAN”) IN PULMONARY LAB TESTING AND IMPLICATIONS FOR GENERAL USE.
Purpose: To compare the clinical efficacy and delivery time of nebulizer of beta agonist bronchodilator with the use of the... View Article
Randomized Controlled Trial of a Breath-Actuated Nebulizer in Pediatric Asthma Patients in the Emergency Department
BACKGROUND: Bronchodilator treatment for asthma can be provided with various aerosolgenerating devices and methods. There have been no randomized trials... View Article
The Conversion to Metered-Dose Inhaler with Valved Holding Chamber to Administer inhaled Albuterol: A Pediatric Hospital Experience
BACKGROUND: Metered-dose inhalers with valved holding chambers (MDI-VHCs) have been shown to be equivalent to small-volume nebulizers (SVN’s) for the... View Article
Summary: Inhaled drugs are frequently given to infants and young children with a pressurized metered-dose inhaler (pMDI) attached to a... View Article
Response to albuterol delivered through an anti-static valved holding chamber during nocturnal bronchospasm
Background: Electrostatic charge (ESC) on valved holding chambers (VHCs) decreases drug delivery while reducing ESC increases the amount of drug... View Article