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What is isoetharine?

Isoetharine is no longer available in the United States.

Isoetharine is a prescription medication that helps to treat asthma, bronchitis, and emphysema - disorders that affect the lungs and cause wheezing or difficulty breathing. This medication is known as a bronchodilator, and it causes the muscles in your lungs and breathing pathways to relax, making it easier to breathe. Isoetharine is taken in inhalation form, which means that you breathe the medication in. This medication is not sold in the United States, but it has been manufactured under the brands Bronkometer and Bronkosol.

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