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    Bricanyl Turbohaler

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    Terbutaline

    Bronchodilator reliever inhaler used to act quickly on asthma symptoms and other lung conditions.

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    Salbutamol

    Fast-acting reliever inhaler used to treat asthma symptoms when they develop.

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    Salbutamol

    Quickly relieves asthma symptoms by relaxing your airways to help you breathe more easily.

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    Zempreon

    Salbutamol

    Quickly relieves asthma symptoms by relaxing your airways to help you breathe more easily.

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