The Adjunctive Effect of Nebulized Furosemide in Acute Treatment of Patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Exacerbation: A. Hypothesis that nebulizer furosemide might work in COPD came form some early studies suggesting it could modulate vagal afferent activity in. Three terminal cancer patients with severe dyspnea were treated with nebulized furosemide. The underlying causes of dyspnea varied.
Twenty milligrams of. Nebulized furosemide for the management of dyspnea: does the evidence support its use? Newton PJ(1), Davidson PM, Macdonald P, Ollerton. The authors concluded that nebulized furosemide appeared to have a positive effect on dyspnoea and physiological measurements, but the conclusions were.