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Hello, I have to admit that I am in a panic. My son is 5 years old and after a serious viral infection he had a strong asthmatic attack. I really freaked out, because it lasted for a long time. He fought for air; I did not know what to do He was kept in the hospital and was given several medications. What are differences between albuterol, levalbuterol, pirbuterol and metaproterenol?

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You have to calm down because only like that would be able to help your son. This condition will pass and can be regulated with medications. These drugs you mention belong to a group of medications used to deal with asthmatic attacks. Those are beta 2 adrenergic bronchodilatators. Its basic function is that in the moment of the strongest attack, they induce dilatation of air passages.
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