Preservative-Free Albuterol May Be Best for Continuous Nebulization Preservative-Free Albuterol May Be Best for Continuous Nebulization

For continuous nebulization after a severe asthma attack, preservative-free albuterol would be safer than solutions containing benzalkonium chloride (BAC), a retrospective study reveals.Reuters Health Information
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