Considering taking a vitamin or supplement to treat Bronchopulmonary+Dysplasia? Below is a list of common natural remedies used to treat or reduce the symptoms of Bronchopulmonary+Dysplasia. Follow the links to read common uses, side effects, dosage details and read user reviews for the drugs listed below.
8 results found for Bronchopulmonary+Dysplasia
|Treatment nameCAFFEINE||Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence||Read Reviews (46)|
|Treatment nameDOCOSAHEXAENOIC ACID (DHA)||Effectiveness:Possibly Ineffective||Read Reviews (17)|
|Treatment nameFISH OIL||Effectiveness:Possibly Ineffective||Read Reviews (203)|
|Treatment nameLUTEIN||Effectiveness:Possibly Ineffective||Read Reviews (64)|
|Treatment nameN-ACETYL CYSTEINE (NAC)||Effectiveness:Possibly Ineffective||Read Reviews (99)|
|Treatment nameSUPEROXIDE DISMUTASE (SOD)||Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence||Read Reviews (14)|
|Treatment nameVITAMIN A||Effectiveness:Possibly Ineffective||Read Reviews (12)|
|Treatment nameVITAMIN E||Effectiveness:Possibly Ineffective||Read Reviews (47)|
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