Xanthine bronchodilator

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xanthine bronchodilator

(Science: pharmacology) A group of medications that work by a common mechanism to effect bronchodilation (open up air passages) in the lungs. Used in the treatment of asthma and related conditions.

Examples include: theophylline, aminophylline and dyphylline.

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