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Albuterol Administration

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Megan Brashear, CVT, VTS(ECC), demonstrates how to administer inhaled medication (in this case, albuterol) to a cat that has been diagnosed with asthma.  

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Shauna Hummell's picture

I have a cat with asthma and we do all of this (minus the bundling restraint since she's used to it by now), except we are sure to wipe her face with a wet cloth/paper towel downwards afterwards to clean the medicine off of her face. I did it incorrectly at first and she had a bad reaction to the meds getting in her eyes from her wiping it there when cleaning. I don't know if you clean faces after treatment but just a comment that maybe you should consider doing so?

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Shauna, that's a GREAT point. I have not experienced that with any of my patients, but it makes sense that it could happen, and better safe than sorry. Thank you for sharing!