What does albuterol do?
Albuterol is a Beta 2 agonist used for people with either bronchitis, emphysema, or asthma. It is a bronchodilator. Albuterol can be taken in pill form or by inhaler and is used for acute symptoms or flare ups. Taking albuterol can result in heart palpitations, fast heart beat, increased blood pressure, and tremors. The inhaler can specifically cause throat irritation. Pills can lead to headaches, insomnia, and muscle cramps.
No, as far as I can tell it is not a controlled substance (like painkillers, narcotics, etc) http://asthma.emedtv.com/albuterol/albuterol-abuse.html A list of controlled substances in the US can be found on this DEA page: http://www.deadiversion.usdoj.gov/schedules/schedules.htm Scroll down on that page; you can download a PDF of the list.
Albuterol (also known as Salbutamol) is a drug which interacts with the beta-2 adrenaline receptors, activating them and causing the relaxation and dilation of the air ways. Commonly used for treatment of Asthma or Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. Much more detail here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albuterol
It is not a controlled substance so it won't make you fail a drug test. 72% of the drug will be excreted within 24 hours, so in 48 hours you should be albuterol free. the question i have for you is why are you worried about albuterol?i imagine you are going to get a job painting and you are afraid the albuerol will show in a urine analysis?
Not only is it possible to take albuterol while also taking antibiotics - sometimes it is necessary. Albuterol is a "beta-2 agonist", a medication that acts like adrenaline on the respiratory passages, causing them to relax and allow more air to flow. This is especially important in patients with asthma, in whom the air passages are sometimes constricted, impeding their ability to breathe. Albuterol is also used in some cases of acute bronchitis, in which…