bronchodilator

(BRON-koh-DY-lay-ter)

A type of drug that causes small airways in the lungs to open up. Bronchodilators are inhaled and are used to treat breathing disorders, such as asthma or emphysema.

Pronunciation of dictionary term "bronchodilator"

Pronunciation of dictionary term "broncodilatador"

Tipo de medicamento que hace que se abran las vías respiratorias pequeñas de los pulmones. Los broncodilatadores se inhalan; se usan para tratar trastornos respiratorios como el asma o el enfisema.