A bronchodilator is a medication used to relax the bronchial muscles. By relaxing , the airways become larger and therefore easier to breathe.
Albuterol is a short-acting bronchodilator.
Depending on the specific drug, a bronchodilator may be inhaled, injected, or taken orally
Theophylline Edit: Salmeterol is also a bronchodilator
It is classified as a bronchodilator.
No, the Intal inhaler is not a bronchodilator. It is a cromolyn sodium inhalation aerosol which is an inhaled anti-inflammatory agent for the preventive management of asthma.
An airway that is not blocked. If you can breathe easily, you have an active airway. If you are choking, you do not.