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How long is an ideal breath hold maneuver 10 seconds
How much will you increase drug deposition 10 %
What 3 breath variables increase drug deposition 1. insp flow and pattern 2. insp volume 3. breath hold
Four ways to monitor bronchospasm 1. measure peak flow 2. ausculate 3. breathing pattern & apperance 4. communicate with patient
Drug concentration does not dilute the drug and can make patient take all drug (drug overdose) especially on a continuous bronchodilator
DPI Use deep and forceful breath IN
MDI slow deep breath in
What problems can exist with continous bronchodilator therapy an increase in drug concentration (monitor!)
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