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Anyone have a loved one on the neutralizer medicine with a low dose of morphine in it for breathing?

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The hospice group associated with my mom final stages of emphysema are suggesting the ibuterol with morphine to relax breathing tubes . Wondering if any experience with this and how to get her to understand that it's not for to go ahead and die pros and cons

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That's what I have told her but I can't get her to understand
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Morphine is a vasodilator. It will help ease pulmonary congestion so your mom can breathe easier. Also, when someone isn't breathing well they can experience anxiety. The morphine will help dull that anxiety.
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