No! You cannot get Ashma from giving medications to another.
Ashma is a condition that results as an alergic reaction to that around the patient aflicted.
The medications do one of two things. They eitherprevent the airway from closing off or attempt to dialate it and shirink the tissues.
The latter are quick acting, short lived, aids. Talk to your physician and discuss what is best.
What do you mean to take it off the child? How to get a child off of a nebulizer seems proper but if their asthma is bad enough to where they need the nebulizer, only constant medication of another kind will allow them to be away from the nebulizer for periods of time.
because they might get sick by it
what medicine will i put in the nebulizer
As a mother of a child who needed a nebulizer, I prefer to use a nebulizer, on a young child, as opposed to an inhaler. Prior to making any decision, I would discuss the issue with your daughter's pediatric doc. If he tells you it's personal choice, I can assure you that I found the nebulizer easier than I would the inhaler. The inhaler is more of a "puffer", meaning the child would have to inhale at just the right moment to properly receive the intended medication. With a nebulizer, the medication is consistently flowing. Beyond that, kids can hold onto the nebulizer, and "take" their medicine themselves (please do not allow unattended). My son found this fun, and took his necessary "medicine" without any fuss.
There are some diseases that a sick kitten can pass on to make a child sick.
The symptoms of a hypochondriac and a child really being sick can be similar. The best way to determine if your child is really sick is to take the to the doctor.
The first nebulizer was developed by a French inventor named Dr. Sales-Girons in 1858. The nebulizer had a pedal that acted in a similar way to a bicycle pump.
The sick child is Tiny Tim, the youngest child of Bob Cratchit (Scrooge's employee).
No he was never sick as a child
It means a sick child
only by an std use condoms
no, an inhaler is a handheld device, while a nebulizer is larger. They can both deliver the same medications, but a nebulizer delivers them in constant stream while an inhaler only does puffs.
how much bicarbonate of soda should one use in a nebulizer
Bella isn't really sick she is just giving a baby. When you have a baby you are usually sick your entire pregnancy.
Yes, both albuterol and ipratropium bromide can be combined in a nebulizer for use. I just received a combination therapy a few days ago.
as long as your dog has a contagious sickness you or your child can get sick because germs do not care whether you are dog or human
Not only will your child get sick if it puts a marker in its mouth but he/she should be taken to the hospital immediately.
Friday's child is loving and giving...
I hope you are not giving it to the child
yes it is possible
HEART is the brand name of the nebulizer. The nebulizer provides continuous treatment for up to 8 hours. Nebulizers are used to dispense medicine via a "mist" that is inhaled from a mask for those who have different types of lung conditions.