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Advair Diskus inhalation     629 User Reviews
fluticasone-salmeterol inhalation     9 User Reviews
Advair HFA inhalation     37 User Reviews
ipratropium bromide inhalation     23 User Reviews
Serevent Diskus inhalation     15 User Reviews
salmeterol inhalation     4 User Reviews
formoterol fumarate inhalation     10 User Reviews
Foradil Aerolizer inhalation     44 User Reviews
tiotropium bromide inhalation     8 User Reviews
Spiriva with HandiHaler inhalation     252 User Reviews
Atrovent HFA inhalation     26 User Reviews
arformoterol inhalation     2 User Reviews
Brovana inhalation     23 User Reviews
budesonide-formoterol inhalation     3 User Reviews
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Perforomist inhalation     9 User Reviews
roflumilast oral     5 User Reviews
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