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This section of our online med store is dedicated to respiratory medications. Mainly, you can find here respiratory drugs that are used for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and asthma.

You can buy respiratory drugs without prescriptions and at a significantly lower price than at the regular drugstores if you chose our pharmacy as we specialize in high-quality generics, i.e. the medicines identical to the branded ones made by different companies.

   
 
     
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In this section, we are going to discuss COPD and asthma.

- COPD is a collective concept that unites several chronic diseases: untreated bronchitis, emphysema, and severe asthma. COPD is also considered a symptom complex that indicates the development of irreversible bronchial obstruction. Most commonly, COPD develops as a result of chronic bronchitis.

- Asthma is a health condition characterized by the chronically inflamed respiratory apparatus with the participation of various groups of cells. In prone individuals, it is manifested in shortness of breath, chest pain, and coughing. These manifestations are usually related to a common but reversible obstruction of the bronchi. The attacks can be caused by specific (allergens) or unspecific mechanisms.

The main symptoms in various types of COPD (in severe course)

Symptoms of the disease
Bronchitis-induced
Emphysema-induced
The ratio of the main symptoms
Cough> Dyspnea
Dyspnea> cough
Bronchial obstruction
Pronounced
Pronounced
Hyperinflated lungs
Mild
Severe
Skin color
Сyanosis of the skin
Pink-gray skin tone
Cough
Hypersecretion of mucus
Low to no mucus
Changes in the X-ray of the respiratory system
Diffuse pneumosclerosis is more pronounced
More pronounced emphysema
Cachexia
Not characteristic
Often present
Pulmonary heart disease
Develops early, often in middle age, earlier decompensation
Develops late, often in old age, later decompensation
Polycythemia, erythrocytosis
Often pronounced, blood viscosity increased
Not typical
Functional impairment
Signs of progressive respiratory failure congestive heart failure
The prevalence of respiratory failure
Life expectancy
Lower
Higher

Statistics on respiratory diseases

The mentioned respiratory diseases are between the primary causes of death in the world.

As stated by the World Health Organization (WHO), around 236 million individuals currently have asthma. This is also the most frequent chronic illness in children. It is predicted that by the year 2020, COPD will be the third main cause of death among the world's population.

The rate of asthma by regions ranges from one to eighteen percent of the population.

The highest number of health condition diagnosis is recorded in countries with a warm and humid climate, the minimum - in the desert zone and in the Arctic.

Currently, there is a rise in the severity of the course of asthma observed.

In many countries, there is an underestimation of the problem of respiratory diseases. For instance, experts say that the number of individuals with asthma is at least six times higher than the official statistics. In addition, the late diagnosis of the disease is observed in 3 out of 5 cases. Asthma and COPD cannot be completely cured, but disease control can be achieved and its development slowed down with effective inhalation therapy.

Factors affecting the onset and increased severity of asthma:

1) Internal:

- Genetic;

- Obesity;

- Sex;

2) External:

- Allergens: indoor (ticks, pets, cockroach allergens, fungi), external (pollen);

- Infections (mostly viral);

- Occupational allergens;

3) Power features:

- Air pollution - Smoking (including passive).

The stages of asthma progression:

1) Airways inflammation, changes in the bronchial wall;

2) Airway clearance narrowing, airway hyperreactivity; 3) Acute attack of the disease, nocturnal asthma.

Symptoms of asthma

The main symptoms of this disease are episodes of trouble breathing, wheezing, coughing, and chest tightness. Of significant importance is the occurrence of manifestations after contact with an allergen, seasonal variation of symptoms, and the presence of family members with asthma or allergies.

The main differential diagnostic signs of atopic and infectious-dependent variants of bronchial asthma

Signs
Atopic
Infectious dependent
Allergic diseases in the family
Often
Rarely (except asthma)
Atopic diseases in a patient
Often
Rarely
The relationship of the attack with an external allergen
Often
Rarely
Features of the attack
Acute onset, rapid development, usually short duration and mild course
Gradual onset, long duration, often severe course
Pathology of the nose and sinuses
Allergic rhinosinusitis or polyposis without signs of infection
Allergic rhinosinusitis, often polyposis, signs of infection
Bronchopulmonary Infectious Process
Usually absent
Often chronic bronchitis, pneumonia
Eosinophilia of blood and sputum
Usually moderate
Often high
Specific IgE antibodies to non-infectious allergens
Present
Absent
Skin tests with non-infectious allergen extracts
Positive
Negative
Exercise test
More often negative
More often positive
Allergen Elimination
Possible, often effective
Impossible
Beta adrenostimulants
Very effective
Moderately effective
Anticholinergics
Ineffective
Effective
Eufillin
Very effective
Moderately effective
Corticosteroids
Effective
Effective

Therapy of respiratory diseases

Inhaled medications are the basis of modern therapy for asthma and COPD. Their use allows you to create a high concentration of the active substance and directly affect the target organ - the respiratory tract, including the distal sections (small bronchi), and also provide a quick response to therapy.

There are currently five types of inhalation devices on the market: metered-dose aerosol inhalers; metered-dose aerosol inhalers activated by inhalation; metered-dose powder inhalers (single and multi-dose), and nebulizers.

The main groups of drugs used to treat asthma:

- 2 - adrenergic agonists

- M-anticholinergics

- Methylxanthines

- Mast cell membrane stabilizers

- Antileukotriene formulations

- Glucocorticosteroids

- PUFAs (polyunsaturated fatty acids)

Respiratory medications you can buy at our online drugstore:

- Aerovent (Atrovent) by Cipla, an anticholinergic medication in the form of an inhaler.

- Theophylline (Theo-24) by Sun Pharma, a methylxanthine in a form of oral tablets.

- Tiotropium Bromide by Cipla, a long-acting M-anticholinergic in a form of Rotahaler.

 
 
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