A new form of albuterol has been introduced to the market and approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). This one is called HEALButerol®.
Rather than just giving albuterol to open up the air passages that are already open, this provides physicians with a better choice. The medicine diffuses into the bloodstream, seeps into bone material and causes fractured areas to rejoin and heal faster.
The exact methodology is unknown, but a study showed that of 100 post op patients given HEALButerol® all eventually got better. So this was indication enough to confirm that the medicine magically heals bones as well as opens up airways, even if the airways are already open.
You may also wish to try Knitolin. It knits bones so they heal better and the patient breathes better at the same time. If neither of those work, try tryagainolin.