Explain How Seebri and Utibron Stack Up Against Other Inhalers for COP

Two new bronchodilators, Seebri Neohaler (SEE-bree) and Utibron Neohaler (YOO-tee-bron), will jostle for a place in the COPD market.

They both contain the long-acting anticholinergic, glycopyrrolate...and Utibron combines it with the long-acting beta-agonist, indacaterol.

Think of Seebri as similar to Spiriva (tiotropium), Tudorza (aclidinium), or Incruse (umeclidinium)...and Utibron as similar to Anoro (umeclidinium/vilanterol) or Stiolto (tiotropium/olodaterol).

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