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RESP 251

Generic name for Atrovent Ipratropium Bromide
Generic name for Alvesco Ciclesonide
Generic name for Advair Salmeterol + Fluticasone
Generic name for Bricanyl Terbutaline
Generic name for Combivent Salbutamol + Ipratropium Bromide
Generic name for Flovent Fluticasone
Generic name for Oxeze Formoterol
Generic name for Pulmicort Budesonide
Generic name for Serevent Salmeterol
Generic name for Symbicort Budesonide + Formoterol
Generic name for QVAR Beclomethasone
Generic name for Spiriva Tiotropium Bromide
Generic name for Ventolin Sabutamol
What meds are available for SVN's? Combivent, Atrovent and Ventolin
What are the doses for Ventolin in a SVN? 2.5 mg or 5.0 mg in 2.5ml - Single dose 5 mg in 1 ml - Multi dose
What are the doses for Combivent in a SVN? 0.5 mg of Atrovent + 2.5 mg of Ventolin
Which meds are Short-acting beta agonists? (SABA) Ventolin and Bricanyl
Which meds are Short acting anticholinergics? (SAAC) Atrovent
Name the Long-acting Beta Agonists? Serevent and Oxeze
Name the Long-acting anticholinergics? Spiriva
What meds are inhaled corticosteroids? Alvesco, Flovent, Pulmicort and QVAR
What are the 3 combination drugs? Combivent, Symbicort and Advair
Which meds are anti-inflammatories? Alvesco, Formoterol, Pulmicort, QVAR
Which meds are long acting bronchodilators? Oxeze, Serevent and Spiriva
Which meds are short acting bronchodilators? Airomir, Atrovent, Bricanyl and Ventolin
Which meds are relievers? Atrovent, Bricanyl, Combivent and Ventolin
Which meds are controllers? Advair, Serevent, Spiriva and Symbicort (ASSS)
Which two meds are relievers AND controllers? Oxeze and Symbicort
Which meds come in the Diskus? Flovent, Advair, Ventolin, Serevent (FAVS)
Which meds are available in the Turbuhaler? Bricanyl, Oxeze Pulmicort and Symbicort (BOPS)
Which drug comes in the HandiHaler? Spiriva
Which meds are available in an MDI ? Advair Atrovent Alvesco, Flovent Ventolin and QVAR
Which meds are available in DPI's ? Advair, Serevent, Spiriva, Bricanyl, Oxeze, Pulmicort, Symbicort, Flovent, Ventolin
Created by: emilygordon
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