It is important to note that quick-relief medications for asthma symptoms do not prevent recurrence. Only long-term medications for asthma can help prevent the recurrence of symptoms. Some people with severe or frequent asthma may use both types of medications to control their asthma (as advised by your doctor)
Important:The control of asthma medication in the long run to keep the inflammation controlled and quick-relief medicine for asthma attacks.
The quick-relief medications may include:
- Short-acting beta2 agonists - the short-acting beta2 agonists are bronchodilator medications to help relax the muscles of the airways and around tight so that the airway can be reopened.
- Inhaled anticholinergics - medications that block a chemical called acetylcholine. Acetylcholine can stimulate muscle contraction, increase secretions from the lungs and mouth, and slow the heartbeat, resulting in an asthma attack.
Examples of drugs for asthma quick-relief
|CATEGORIES||EXAMPLES OF GENERIC MEDICATION|
|Short-acting beta2 agonists.||Albuterol, bitolterol, pirbuterol, terbutalina|
|Inhaled anticholinergic||Ipratropium bromide|