Translation of inhaler in Spanish:

inhaler

inhalador, n.

Pronunciation /ɪnˈheɪlər//ɪnˈheɪlə/

noun

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    inhalador masculine
    ventolín masculine trademark
    • It is important to know how to use inhalers properly so that the drugs reach the air tubes and are not just deposited in the mouth or throat.
    • The most common asthma inhalers, also known as bronchodilators, contain the drug albuterol.
    • If you have any side effects from the inhaler, be sure to tell your doctor right away.
    • The lung deposition achieved with different inhalers depends on particle size as well as inhaler technique.
    • Members who use inhalers or have asthma should contact their doctors if they have questions.
    • She did not mind who knew that she had asthma or that she used inhalers.
    • Horus gasped, chest heaving as he fumbled in his pocket in search of his asthma inhaler.
    • Medicines that can cause palpitations include asthma inhalers and decongestants.
    • You should also check regularly to make sure there's plenty of medicine left in the inhaler.
    • Nicotine replacement products are available as gum, patches, inhalers, nasal sprays or lozenges.
    • Text messaging alerts can also be useful to remind women to take their contraceptive pills or people with asthma to use their inhalers.
    • Press down on the inhaler to release medication as you start to breathe in slowly.
    • He tore open the package and produced the inhaler, a device he would get very used to in the coming years.
    • He jogged back to his car and drove away, ignoring his wheezing need for his asthma inhaler.
    • She has asthma and has been prescribed a preventive inhaler to use daily, plus a reliever to use if necessary.
    • The drug is a legally prescribed element within inhalers taken by asthma sufferers.
    • There are many ways to control asthma and inhalers are only one.
    • What are the best inhalers and can a primary care physician prescribe them or does it need to be done by a specialist?
    • Now diagnosed, Kirsten is on medication and uses an inhaler to help her breathe.
    • These products come in several forms: gum, patches, inhalers and nasal spray.