A code blue was called. His heart stopped. His respirations stopped. He was intubated, and he died. On autopsy it was decided he died of hypoxic hypoxemia secondary to some condition.
However, the medical examiner determined if a continuous dose of preventdeatholin would have been given to the patient via the ETT he would have had an improved chance of survival.
I know this sounds corney and beyond science, but this is basically what bronchodilator therapy has come to these days.
The Ventolin-types list has been updated. For more click here.