Inhalation Aerosol - エアゾル吸引 -
|Haley:||Did you watch the feature story on TV last night, Sophie?|
|Sophie :||No. Why, what’s up?|
|Haley :||Well, it pains me to see 4 to 11-year-old pediatric patients suffering from mild to moderate asthma.|
|Sophie :||That’s really heartbreaking. Albuterol inhalation aerosols are usually prescribed for the prevention and treatment of bronchospasm among children.|
|Haley:||Yeah, It’s a fast-acting bronchodilator that quickly opens up the airways in the lungs so that a child can breathe more easily.|
|Sophie :||Were they prescribed any?|
|Haley :||Yes. They were instructed that the usual dosage is 2 inhalations repeated every 4 to 6 hours. More frequent administration is not recommended.|
|Sophie :||Caregivers are usually instructed to prime the inhalation aerosol by releasing 4 sprays into the air away from the face, also remember to shake well before each spray. This ensures the appropriate albuterol content is administered.|
|Haley :||And the great thing is the dosage counter starts at 204 and counts down each time a spray is released.|
|Sophie:||Pediatrics canisters’ counters are really helpful for our clients. I really hope they feel better.|
Think about it
- Why was Haley upset while seeing the news?
- How is inhalation aerosol used?
- Have you seen any health-related people story in the news?
|Nouns||Asthma / Bronchospasm / Albuterol / Inhalation Aerosol / Bronchodilator|
|Adjectives||pediatric||heartbreaking / appropriate|