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neb·u·lize

(neb'yū-līz),
To break up a liquid into a fine spray or vapor; to vaporize.
[L. nebula, mist]

nebulize

(nĕb′yə-līz′)
tr.v. nebu·lized, nebu·lizing, nebu·lizes
1. To convert (a liquid) to a fine spray; atomize.
2. To treat with a medicated spray.

neb′u·li·za′tion (-lĭ-zā′shən) n.
neb′u·liz′er n.

nebulize

[neb′yəlīz]
to vaporize or disperse a liquid in a fine spray.

neb·u·lize

(neb'yū-līz)
To break up a liquid into a fine spray or vapor; to vaporize.

neb·u·lize

(neb'yū-līz)
To break up a liquid into a fine spray or vapor; to vaporize.
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To describe the effectiveness of daily BIS therapy in a usual practice setting, I report exacerbation rates and pulmonary function outcomes for 25 adult patients with poorly controlled asthma or COPD who were initiated on BIS or transitioned from traditional ICS therapy administered via DPI or MDI to nebulized BIS.
Interventions for cancer-related Dyspnea Recommended for Practice Immediate-release oral or parenteral opioids Likely to Be Effective If the patient has weeks, months, or years to live * Temporary ventilator support * Oxygen therapy * Benzodiazepines for anxiety If the patient is dying Scopolamine, hyoscyamine, or atropine to reduce secretions * Oxygen therapy * Sedation as needed Discontinue fluid support and consider low-dose diuretics Effectiveness Not Established Pharmacologic * Extended-release morphine * Midazolam plus morphine * Nebulized fentanyl, furosemide, lignocaine, or opioids * Supplemental oxygen Nonpharmacologic * Acupuncture * Cognitive-behavioral approach Note.
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However, the mechanisms behind the reaction are unclear: it could be reflex mediated; a small amount of capsaicin could have reached the nose from the pharynx; or some of the nebulized solution could have been dispersed and inhaled through the nose because the patients did not use a nose clip.
It is likely that the use of inhalation therapy will become more widespread in the future as the body of clinical evidence supporting the use of nebulized medications for different diseases increases.
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