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Drug Name IndicationWhat's this? TypeWhat's this? User Reviews
aclidinium bromide inhalation     3 User Reviews
Advair Diskus inhalation     623 User Reviews
Advair HFA inhalation     37 User Reviews
Anoro Ellipta inhalation     20 User Reviews
Arcapta Neohaler inhalation     1 User Reviews
arformoterol inhalation     2 User Reviews
Atrovent HFA inhalation     25 User Reviews
Breo Ellipta inhalation     6 User Reviews
Brovana inhalation     23 User Reviews
budesonide-formoterol inhalation     3 User Reviews
Daliresp oral     87 User Reviews
fluticasone-salmeterol inhalation     9 User Reviews
fluticasone-vilanterol for inhalation     Be the first to review it
Foradil Aerolizer inhalation     42 User Reviews
formoterol fumarate inhalation     10 User Reviews
Incruse Ellipta inhalation     Be the first to review it
indacaterol inhalation     1 User Reviews
ipratropium bromide inhalation     21 User Reviews
olodaterol inhalation     Be the first to review it
Perforomist inhalation     9 User Reviews
roflumilast oral     4 User Reviews
salmeterol inhalation     4 User Reviews
Serevent Diskus inhalation     15 User Reviews
Spiriva Respimat inhalation     1 User Reviews
Spiriva with HandiHaler inhalation     248 User Reviews
Striverdi Respimat inhalation     Be the first to review it
Symbicort inhalation     410 User Reviews
tiotropium bromide inhalation     8 User Reviews
Tudorza Pressair inhalation     42 User Reviews
umeclidinium inhalation     Be the first to review it
umeclidinium-vilanterol inhalation     Be the first to review it

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