Administration Of N-acetylcystein In Asthma Patients
want to ask the doctor, patients with asthma can be given the drug N-acetylcystein but with supervision. What symptoms should be noted regarding the administration of the drug in asthma patients? and what cpt actions might be taken if they occur?
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Acetylcysteine is a type of drug that works to thin the phlegm in people with respiratory diseases. This drug can also function to treat poisoning in the administration of paracetamol. Acetylcistein is useful for treating respiratory disease that has many lenders, for example: chronic pneumonia, bronchitis, asthma, and emphysema.
Basically, all types of drugs have side effects, including nausea, vomiting, bronchospasm or narrowing of the airways. Therefore, this drug requires supervision by a doctor. There are several conditions of concern when taking the drug among patients with gastritis or gastritis, which must consume food first. Patients with asama must also receive supervision because it can cause narrowing of the airways.
Narrowing of the respiratory tract usually rarely occurs, but if you multiply it, the thing to do is stop the drug and immediately consult a doctor. Because if these side effects occur, emergency treatment can only be done by a doctor.
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