Childhood bronchial asthma is a chronic inflammatory disease of the upper respiratory tract. The disease is mainly of allergic nature, and its first signs can appear in children under two years old.
It’s not easy to identify asthma. In childhood, we experience different viral diseases similar to asthma and characterized by bronchial obstruction, but in these cases attacks are rare while at asthma they are regularly repeated. The main causes of childhood asthma are exposure to different allergens or heredity.
Signs of Childhood Asthma
Asthma symptoms appear one-two days before an asthma attack. The initial signs are the following:
Proventil Inhaler Composition
The composition of one metered aerosol for inhalation include salbutamol sulphate 124 mg, corresponding to 100 mg of pure material. Ethanol and hydrofluoroalkane are used as additive agents.
- each tablet may contain 2 or 4 mg of active substance in tablets – 4 mg (children) and 8 mg (adults);
- one dose of powder for inhalation contains 200 or 400 micrograms of albuterol;
- syrup for oral administration – 0.4 mg / ml;
- solution for inhalation application – 1.25 mg / ml;
- injection solution – 0.1 mg / ml.
Salbutamol has the following formulations:
- metered aerosol for inhalation of 100 mg per dose (manufactured in aluminum cans at a pressure of 200 doses each inhaler, when sprayed onto a glass surface its contents leave white spot);
- metered powder for inhalation of 200 or 400 mcg / dose;
- film coated tablet of 2 and 4 mg.