An item from my search-engine slush-pile “Salbutamol dangerous”.
Assuming there’s a missing question mark, then no, it isn’t. Most people use the aerosol inhaler, and in this form it’s almost impossible to o-d on the stuff (respiratory consultant’s opinion, not mine). Not totally, but you have to make a serious and deliberate attempt to harm yourself for it to actually o-d..
I’ve used Salbutamol (Ventolin), for over 40 years, and for the first half of that period, I was a very Continue reading
I forgot to cover, when I wrote the post about why Ventolin might not be effective, the question of generic Salbutamol.
This, of course, is NOT Ventolin, and from long experience of the stuff, I can tell you with absolute certainty that IT IS NOT AS GOOD AS VENTOLIN. I don’t care what NICE claim – it simply is not as effective.
It may not even be the same drug, at a Continue reading
In a mind-boggling outbreak of cobblers, Professor Somnath Mukhopadhyay, from Brighton and Professor Colin Palmer, from Edinburgh, have announced that one in ten children have a gene that prevents Salbutamol (Ventolin), acting when taken once a day.
Once a day? Ffs, one dose a day will do bugger all for anyone.
Salbutamol is Continue reading