Drug name: Ventolin
Generic name: Albuterol Sulfate
Ventolin dosage: 100 mcg (equivalent to 90 mcg)
The Ventolin inhaler is a bronchodilator used to treat breathing issues such as Asthma and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease by relaxing the muscles surrounding the airways. Controlling, avoiding, and treating symptoms such as wheezing and shortness of breath are some of the ways it accomplishes this. The usual dosages are 90mcg and 108mcg.
Shake the inhaler thoroughly before using it. Test the gadget by spraying the air if it’s new or hasn’t been used in two weeks. Keep it away from your eyes.
This quick-relief inhaler is designed to treat exercise-induced asthma and should be administered two puffs fifteen to thirty minutes before to exercise. In between puffs, wait a minute. As needed, use the inhaler every 4 to 6 hours. A spacer is required for use with this inhaler.
Do not exceed the recommended dose or use the device more frequently than recommended. When there is too much of a good thing, it might have bad repercussions. Wait at least one minute between prescriptions if using other medicinal inhalers.
Keep track of the number of dosages used, including the test sprays, by carrying this inhaler with you at all times. Know the difference between this inhaler for immediate relief and the one for daily use.
How to Use Ventolin Inhaler
Before use, consult a doctor if you have a history of:
High blood pressure
Dizziness is a side effect of Ventolin.
Dizziness is a side effect of both alcohol and marijuana. Do not drive, operate machinery, or engage in any other activity that necessitates attentiveness. Consume alcohol in moderation and get medical advice before using marijuana.
Talk to your doctor or dentist about any medications you’re taking before undergoing any procedures. Use this non prescription Ventolin inhaler only if you need it if you’re pregnant or breastfeeding. Ventolin is excreted in breast milk. If you think you might be pregnant, talk to your doctor about the advantages and disadvantages of using this inhaler.
Possible interactions include: Levalbuterol
Ventolin Side Effects:
- Mouth/throat dryness/irritation
- Changes in taste
- Raised blood pressure
- Fast/pounding heartbeat
- Chest pain
- Irregular heartbeat
- Rapid heartbeat
- Sudden worsening breathing problems
- Allergic reaction
The cost of Ventolin varies depending on the dosage and quantity. For more information, visit the top of the page.