Ventolin(Ventolin, ProAir Respiclick, Proventil )Usage, Side Effects, Dose, Packing , benifits etc

Ventolin(Ventolin, ProAir Respiclick, Proventil )Usage, Side Effects, Dose, Packing , benifits etc

Robert Williams 5,596 views 2018-07-05

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Title Ventolin(Ventolin, ProAir Respiclick, Proventil )Usage, Side Effects, Dose, Packing , benifits etc
Duration 05:23
Source YouTube
Tags Ventolin(ProAir Respiclick, Proventil HFA, Ventolin HFA)Usage, Side Effects, Dose, Packing, benifits etc, ProAir Respiclick, Ventolin HFA, Ventolin, salbutamol, salbutamol usage

Type of medicine Bronchodilator (a short-acting beta2 agonist) Used for Asthma and other airways-related problems Also called Accuneb®; ProAir HFA®; ProAir Respiclick®; Proventil HFA®; Ventolin HFA®; Available as Inhalation aerosol; dry powder inhaler; nebulizer solution Albuterol (also known as salbutamol) is called a bronchodilator medicine because it widens (dilates) your airways. It works by opening up the air passages in your lungs so that air can flow into your lungs more freely. This helps to relieve symptoms of asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) such as coughing, wheezing and feeling breathless. It starts to work within a few minutes and the effect will last between 3-5 hours. Albuterol inhalers are often referred to as 'rescue' or ‘quick-relief’ medicines. This is because they relieve symptoms of breathlessness quickly. Although they relieve breathlessness, they do not prevent the breathlessness from happening. The colour and style of your inhaler device will depend on the brand your physician has prescribed; make sure you receive the same brand each time you collect your medicine. Ask your pharmacist if you are unsure.Before using your inhaler, read the manufacturer's printed information leaflet from inside the pack. The leaflet will give you more information about albuterolYou will receive a written asthma action plan from your physician to tell you how many puffs (inhalations) to use for each dose, and the maximum number of inhalations you should use in 24 hours. If you do not get relief from your symptoms after using the albuterol inhaler, you must contact your physician for advice straightaway.Do not smoke. Smoking causes irritation and damage to the lungs, and will make your condition worse. Speak with your physician or pharmacist for further advice if you are having difficulty in stopping smoking.Common albuterol side-effects What can I do if I experience this? Feeling shaky This feeling should soon pass. If not it may be a sign your dose is too high; let your physician know Headache If the headaches continue speak with your physician; it may be a sign your dose is too high Nervous tension, muscle cramps, being aware of your heartbeat If any of these become troublesome, speak with your physician or clinic If you experience any other symptoms which you think may be due to this medicine, speak with your physician or pharmacist.

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