(1) Hypokalemia has been demonstrated with the use of albuterol given by the intramuscular, intravenous and subcutaneous (SC) routes as well as with SC epinephrine.
(2) Albuterol had no effect on lung function either before or during steroid therapy.
(3) The bronchospasmolytic effect of 12 micrograms of formoterol was compared with that of 200 micrograms of albuterol (salbutamol) in a single-center, double-blind, randomized within-patient study.
(4) The inhaled albuterol odds ratio was 0.88 (95% confidence interval, 0.29 to 2.62) using control group A and 1.40 (95% confidence interval, 0.48 to 4.09) using control group B.
(5) One puff of fenoterol (200 micrograms) is about equipotent to 2 puffs of albuterol (2 X 100 micrograms) or 2 puffs of terbutaline (2 X 250 micrograms) with the same duration of effect.
(6) The cromolyn group showed significantly less (P less than .01) improvement than the albuterol group (31% drop at the screening visit to 14% drop at treatment day 1).
(7) Therefore, the inferior response to albuterol administered by ultrasonic nebulizer was at least in part due to the superimposed broncho-constriction occurring with ultrasonically administered saline solution.
(8) Albuterol caused a small but significant increase in heart rate that was similar following both delivery methods.
(9) The data show that the 4 mg albuterol CR tablet (q12h) is bioequivalent to a 2 mg conventional albuterol tablet (q6h).
(10) Albuterol was allowed as concurrent medication when needed.
(11) The transport rate is enhanced by methacholine, phenylephrine, and especially by albuterol.
(12) Hypokalemia and lactic acidosis developed following correction of respiratory acidosis in a 5-year-old child who presented with respiratory failure secondary to severe asthma and treated with theophylline, inhaled albuterol, and parenteral methylprednisolone.
(13) Phenylephrine decreased nasal blood flow and airway resistance while albuterol (salbutamol) did the opposite.
(14) After initial dosing, the mean percentage increases in forced expiratory volume in one second (FEV1) were significantly higher in the tulobuterol-treated patients than in the albuterol-treated patients: at 30 minutes after dosing, the mean increase was 17.2% in the tulobuterol group and 5% in the albuterol group; at one hour, 20.3% and 6.8%.
(15) Inhaled albuterol and cromolyn by spinhaler have both been shown to be effective in the treatment of exercise-induced bronchospasm.
(16) One hundred twenty consecutive patients aged 18 to 65 years with acute asthma unresponsive to a single albuterol treatment.
(17) Albuterol in doses of 10(-10) to 10(-8) M in combination with Ep was also found to produce a significant increase in the numbers of CFU-E in the plasma clot culture system of rabbit bone marrow.
(18) Significant potentiation (synergism) was seen only with albuterol (0.01, 0.1 and 1.0 microM, 10 min) and theophylline (1.0 microM, 10 min).
(19) For this purpose, 15 intubated patients in the process of weaning from mechanical ventilation inhaled the beta 2-agonist bronchodilator albuterol via a spacer device filled with 1 mg of the drug and connected to the endotracheal tube.
(20) Total respiratory resistance and reactance from 4 to 52 Hz were determined by the method of forced pseudorandom noise oscillation in 20 normal male subjects before and after inhalation of 0.200 mg salbutamol (albuterol) and before and after the subjects were equilibrated with 80% He-20% O2.
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(n.) The town residence of a nobleman or distinguished person; as, Leicester Inn.
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(1) BBC1 will also screen a three-part adaptation of PD James' Death Comes to Pemberley, the Jane Austen homage in the 200th anniversary year of Pride and Prejudice, as well as a three-part adaptation of Daphne du Maurier's Jamaica Inn and Remember Me, a ghost story by Gwyneth Hughes (Five Days, The Girl).
(2) Updated at 2.56pm GMT 12.51pm GMT They also think the worst is over at the Cove House Inn, according to Steven Morris.
(3) I adored Chez Elles in Brick Lane's Banglatown; and Otto's , on Gray's Inn Road, looks set to be the capital's next insider secret, with a menu that doesn't appear to have met the 21st century: it does canard à la presse, for goodness sake.
(4) The chief executive of the Australian Industry Group, Innes Willox, said speeding up the pace of innovation could help create a more diversified and resilient economy after the mining investment boom.
(5) Also ruled inadmissible was the account of a former chambermaid from the Holiday Inn in Leicester, who came forward during his trial with evidence to say she had discovered him in the bath with a girl she believed, but couldn’t be sure, was about 12.
(6) Ben Stephenson, the BBC's controller, drama commissioning, said: "I think actors not being clear is one part of it, but my understanding about the complaints about Jamaica Inn was more complex than that, so I think it's probably not right to just single out that, but clearly we want actors to speak clearly."
(7) There are two different classes of humoral growth factors for arterial smooth muscle and endothelial cells that age of potential relevance for the development of macrovascular disease inn diabetes mellitus: hormones (growth hormone, insulin like growth factor I and II, insulin) and locally released growth factors of platelet origin.
(8) Four hundred and one patients with acute myocardial infarction of less than 4 h duration were randomized to receive intravenous thrombolytic treatment with either 80 mg of full length unglycosylated single-chain-urokinase plasminogen activator (INN saruplase) or 1.5 million IU of streptokinase delivered over a 60 min period.
(9) They’d lost their dog and their house, and are now living in a Premier Inn.
(10) INN exepanol-HCl, KC 2450), metoclopramide and domperidone on the resting pressure of the lower esophageal sphincter (LES) were studied in anesthetized and conscious beagle dogs using pull-through manometrical methods.
(11) Dr Abby Innes European Institute, LSE • If David Cameron really wants to clean out the Augean stables of corruption, he should not use international summits to insinuate that corruption is only a foreign problem.
(12) For a precise analysis of angiotensin II (ANG) effects on human gastric muscle, we dissected longitudinal (lo) and circular (ci) strips from fundus (Fu), corpus (Co) and antrum (An), and circular muscle from the inner and outer part of the pyloric sphincter (Py-inn and Py-out) and from duodenum.
(13) There was the time he met Steve McQueen in Cornwall in 1970 and joined him as a pillion passenger on a spontaneous four-day off-road motorbike trip, staying in "Devonshire country inns", during which bonding experience McQueen revealed to him, as he had to no one else, his violence toward his first wife, the criminality of his childhood and his premonitions of death (a story which, 40 years on, forms the basis of Steve McQueen: Living on the Edge , recently lucratively serialised in the Sunday Times ).
(14) Among its assets are a Waitrose supermarket depot in Milton Keynes and a Holiday Inn hotel in Cornwall.
(15) Manuel said Obama had done this by designating large landscapes as well as places significant to landmark social movements, including labor activist Cesar Chavez’s home ; the Stonewall Inn , where a 1969 police raid kicked off a new front in the LGBT equality movement; and a park dedicated to the work of Harriet Tubman , a former slave who helped other slaves escape to freedom on the Underground Railroad.
(16) If I'd been holding a pen from Premier Inn, it wouldn't have stuck.
(17) Across the wider Whitbread group, third-quarter comparable sales were up 3.3%, with the group's Premier Inn hotel chain making gains against declining revenues in the hotel industry.
(18) A mixture of the (Z)- and (E)-isomers (Broparestrol, INN) is used in dermatology.
(19) At the Meadow Inn hotel, these statistics are embodied in a depressing tableau of punters slouched on stools, jabbing at flashing buttons.
(20) A monoclonal antibody (INN-CH-16) was prepared which reacts with a cell surface antigen termed chicken activated T lymphocyte antigen.