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ALBApplication Load Balancer (Amazon Web Services)
ALBAurora Lite Bank (South Korea)
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ALBAdaptive Load Balancing
ALBAlbany-Rensselaer (Amtrak station code; Rensselaer, NY)
ALBAssembly Line Balancing (factory organization problem)
ALBanti Lock Braking
ALBAlbuterol
ALBAll Weather Lifeboat
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ALBAlbacore Tuna (FAO fish species code)
ALBAdvanced Leader Bronze (Toastmasters International)
ALBAutomatisiertes Liegenschaftsbuch (German: Automated Property Register; land registry)
ALBAmerican Lamb Board
ALBArms Length Bodies (UK healthcare system)
ALBAlbany, California
ALBAnalog Loopback
ALBBachelor of Liberal Arts (degree)
ALBAir-Land Battle
ALBAlbany, NY, USA - Albany County Airport (Airport Code)
ALBAdvanced Low-voltage BiCMOS (family of logic integrated circuits)
ALBAmicale Laïque de Bruz (French photography club)
ALBAmicale Laïque de Billère (French social club)
ALBAir Light Beacon
ALBAssociated Labour Benefits
ALBAmazing Levitating Boulder (caver slang)
ALBAurora American Legion Band (Aurora, IL)
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According to the Allergy & Asthma Network, the following states have school stock albuterol laws: Arizona, Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Ohio, Texas, Utah, and West Virginia.
After a nebulized albuterol aerosol, Thomas continued to display signs of difficulty breathing.
Children enrolled in plans with deductibles were excluded because the deductible costs for albuterol inhalers were not handled consistently across plans.
Conclusion: Preoperative nebulization of albuterol and budesonide combination may decrease perioperative complications of bronchoscopy.
Hypokalemia has also been reported after parenteral administration of albuterol and epinephrine.
If the analysis is limited to only those reporting use of albuterol, the estimated risks for cleft lip alone (adjusted OR, 1.79; 95% CI, 1.07-2.99) and cleft palate alone (adjusted OR, 1.65; 95% CI, 1.06-2.58) were both significantly elevated.
Albuterol relaxes the smooth muscle cells in the bronchioles, dilating the air passages to the lungs and making breathing easier.
Half of those who used the albuterol reported feeling better.
Those who got albuterol reported a 50 per cent improvement in symptoms.
Albuterol sulfate-commonly used to treat bronchospasm, a constriction of the airways within the lungs as often occurs in asthma-may decrease interleukin-12 levels, the authors note.
"The high fat meal impaired the asthmatic response to albuterol. In subjects who had consumed a high fat meal, the post-albuterol improvement in lung function at three and four hours was suppressed," Dr.
According to the 2007 National Institutes of Health asthma treatment guidelines, overuse of albuterol is a sign of uncontrolled asthma.