About Asthma Inhalers
Asthalin HFA contains an active ingredient, Salbutamol 100 mcg (200mdi). It is the generic Albuterol. It used in the treatment of Asthma, Respiratory Conditions, and Other Lung Diseases. As a result, it is the world leader in Asthma Inhalers.
Asthalin HFA Asthma Inhaler (Salbutamol) is the generic version of Albuterol.
Cipla (India) is one of the leading pharmaceutical companies which manufacture Salbutamol. It is the World Leader in Asthma Inhalers
Asthalin HFA Inhaler-Asthma Inhaler contains an active ingredient, Salbutamol 100 mcg. It is the generic Albuterol. It is the leading medication for the treatment of Asthma.
How Asthalin HFA 100 Mcg (200 mdi) (Salbutamol) Works?
It is a bronchodilator. Therefore, it relaxes the muscles in the airways and makes breathing easier.
When not to use an Asthma Inhaler?
You should avoid Salbutamol if you:
- -Drink Alcohol or take other drugs.
- -Are Pregnant/Conceiving/Breastfeeding.
- -Experience Heart Problems.
-Have Hypertension or have an overactive Thyroid Gland
Always discuss your medications with your doctor especially when you are going to take some new medicines.
Asthalin HFA contains an active ingredient, Salbutamol 100 mcg which is used in the treatment of Asthma and other Allergic Conditions of Lungs.
How Much to be Used?
You should inhale the content as your doctor has directed. Moreover, Patients are always advised to follow their doctor’s instructions for the dosage.
How to take ?
Shake the Asthma Inhaler properly before use. Press down on the inhaler one time to release the medication. Breath in from the mouth, and hold your breath for 10 seconds. Repeat as directed by your Doctor. After, rinse your mouth thoroughly with water and spit it out.
Things To Remember
Above all, keep out of reach of children. Always, regularly wipe the mouthpiece of Inhaler with a fiber-free tissue/cloth.
After that, put the cap on Inhaler after use.
Store the Asthalin HFA Asthma Inhaler at the cool temperature in dark and dry place. In addition, do not refrigerate.
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