Asthalin Inhaler (Salbutamol) is an effective drug used to treat patients with chronic bronchitis asthma and emphysema. Asthalin contains 100mcg of salbutamol per dose.
How to use Asthalin
Asthalin (Salbutamol) which helps to treat asthma patients, chronic bronchitis, and emphysema. This medication relaxes the muscles around the lungs which in turn dilates airway to enhance breathing. This inhaler makes the penetration of drug reach further into the lungs for the maximum results.
follow your doctor’s strict instructions when using Asthalin (Salbutamol) to make the most out of the treatment. Ask qualified personnel questions as to the correct usage. Before you commence using the inhaler, place the canister properly into the inhaler unit and shake well before use. Exhale slowly and deeply. Place the mouthpiece inside your mouth and to rest your tongue flat unless your physician instruction were to hold the inhaler one or two inches away from the open mouth or to use a special device for spacing. Press the canister down while inhaling deeply to draw the medication into the lungs. Hold your breath for some time before exhaling to allow it to be absorbed. Put the cap back onto the inhaler and store it safely for the next use.
Asthalin Side Effects
some of the side effects that occurs while using Asthalin (Salbutamol) includes hastening heartbeats, tremors, nervousness, headaches, nausea and difficulty sleeping. If you experience adverse side effects such as rashes, hives, wheezing, itching and an increased difficulty in breathing. Contact your physician immediately and halt the usage of the drug and contact the closest emergency medical centre for medical attention.
If you do not feel total relief after using Asthalin (Salbutamol) contact your physician promptly. Avoid using this drug if you have a history of hypersensitivity to salbutamol or if you are on Beta Blocker medications. It is also suggested to notify your doctor if pregnant or breastfeeding to make sure it will not result in complications.