Triohale Inhaler 200 mdi
Generic Name Ciclesonide (200mcg) + Formoterol (6mcg) + Tiotropium (9mcg)
Triohale Inhaler belongs to the class ‘respiratory stimulants’, which are used to treat asthma symptoms and chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases (COPD). Asthma is a chronic (long-term) respiratory condition in which airways narrow, swell, and produce extra mucus, leading to difficulty breathing. COPD belongs to a group of lung diseases; emphysema and chronic bronchitis.
Triohale Inhaler is a combination of three drugs: Tiotropium (anti-cholinergic), Formoterol (LABA – long-acting beta-agonists or bronchodilator), and ciclesonide (corticosteroid). Tiotropium is an anti-cholinergic, and formoterol is a bronchodilator. Both medicines work by relaxing the airway muscles and widen the airways. These medicines together making it easier for asthma and COPD patients to breathe. Whereas ciclesonide is a corticosteroid which functions by stopping the release of certain natural substances that are responsible for inflammation of the airways.
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Triohale Inhaler is a combination of three drugs: Tiotropium (anti-cholinergic), Formoterol (LABA – long-acting beta-agonists or bronchodilator), and ciclesonide (corticosteroid). Tiotropium is an anti-cholinergic, and formoterol is a bronchodilator. Both medicines work by relaxing the airway muscles and widen the airways. These medicines together making it easier for asthma and COPD patients to breathe. Whereas ciclesonide is a corticosteroid, it acts by stopping the release of certain natural substances in the body that are responsible for inflammation of the airways.
Before using a Triohale Inhaler please consult your Physician if you are you are allergic to lactose (a form of sugar) or have lactose intolerance.
Please inform your doctor before using Triohale Inhaler if you are pregnant or breastfeeding Triohale Inhaler is not recommended for children below 6 years of age.
If your breathing worsens or you suffer difficulty breathing at night with, experience chest tightness in the morning please consult a doctor immediately. These are possible warning signs that your asthma is not under control and could require an alternate or additional treatment. Please regularly monitor your potassium levels while taking Triohale Inhaler as it may cause low potassium levels in the blood.
Please consult your Physician before using Triohale if you suffer from any of the following:
chickenpox, measles, thyroid, lung, heart, liver, high blood pressure, diabetes, hypokalaemia (low potassium levels in the blood), glaucoma, cataracts, osteoporosis, fits, immune system problems, adrenal gland problems or tuberculosis.
Triohale Inhaler should be used with caution in patients with narrow-angle glaucoma, prostatic hyperplasia, or bladder neck obstruction.
Always check on a new medication may interact with your prescription, non-prescription, vitamins, or herbal supplements that you are currently taking.
Common Side Effects
What Are The Side Effects Of Triohale Inhaler 200 mdi
- Fungal infection in the mouth
- Sore throat, hoarse voice
- Upper respiratory tract infection
- Flu, cough
- Musculoskeletal pain (bone, muscle or joint)
- Increased heart rate
- Increased intraocular pressure (pressure inside the eye is higher than normal)
- Shaking or trembling
How to use a Triohae Inhaler
Follow the steps given below:
- Thoroughly clean the mouthpiece
- Shake the inhaler well before use
- Breath out the air so as to empty your lungs
- Place the mouthpiece into your mouth and grip firmly with your lips
- Take a deep breath and press the canister to puff up the drug into your air passage
- Remove the inhaler from mouth and hold breath for 10 seconds or as long as it is comfortable
- Breathe out through your nose and replace the cap and rinse out your mouth after use
- Repeat again if needed
Store in a cool and dry place away from sunlight
- Manufacturer Cipla, India