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In this video Dr. Marcus explains the differences between Xopenex and Albuterol for treating pediatric asthma. Find out why he seems to prefer Xopenex here.
Get information on the inhaler and nebulizer preparations of Xopenex from the drug manufacturers.
Read about research that explains why levalbuterol, the compound in Xopenex, works better than standard albuterol in pediatric asthma patients.
This reference guide for asthma patients outlines general information about Xopenex including warnings, side effects and interactions.
Asthma inhalers, like Xopenex, that contain ozone-depleting chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) are being replaced by more environmentally friendly hydrofluoroalkane (HFA) inhalers. Learn why here.
Xopenex can be taken as an inhaler or nebulizer for asthma. Keep this handy reference sheet with general instructions on nebulizer treatments.
Ask a Patient
Here you can write about your experience taking Xopenex for asthma or just read the reviews posted by other users.
General information on taking charge of asthma. This site helps you write out a plan for medication, exercise and medical consultation.
Here you'll get step-by-step instructions on using and cleaning your Xopenex inhaler for asthma.
It's important that Xopenex users know what to expect and when to consult a doctor. Learn more here.
Talk to your doctor about Xopenex for asthma during pregnancy and breastfeeding. Also learn why the FDA ranks this drug in the “C” class here.
Find out about side effects of Xopenex and drug interactions. This resource includes medical jargon, but also covers each drug extensively.
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