PMID: 6353397Aug 1, 1983

Fenoterol versus salbutamol nebulization in asthma

Postgraduate Medical Journal
B Hockley, N M Johnson

Abstract

A double-blind crossover study was conducted in 10 stable asthmatics comparing 5 mg fenoterol with 5 mg salbutamol, both given via a Hudson nebulizer. Although both drugs caused significant bronchodilatation at the doses used, fenoterol had a significantly greater peak effect than salbutamol and its duration of action was 4 hr as opposed to 3 hr.

References

Jan 1, 1979·British Journal of Diseases of the Chest·G AndersonA G Jariwalla
Jul 1, 1980·British Journal of Diseases of the Chest·J CarmichaelG K Crompton
Nov 1, 1980·Australasian Radiology·J A Bloomfield

Citations

Jan 1, 1990·Pharmacology & Therapeutics·R G GoldieK M Lulich
Feb 20, 1992·The New England Journal of Medicine·W SpitzerA S Rebuck
Oct 1, 1990·Thorax·S LorentzsonG Persson

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