Buy Generic Combivent

Buy Generic Combivent

Also known as: Combivent, DuoNeb, Duolin Inhaler
Active ingredient: Ipratropium bromide/albuterol
Product Code: PR10442
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Generic Combivent 100 mcg 200 doses

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Description
Product Name : Generic Combivent Also known as : Duoneb, Breva
Active ingredient : Ipratropium Bromide and Albuterol Sulfate
Manufacturer : Cipla

What is it

Generic Combivent is a medication that comes in form of an inhalator that is used to reduce the bronchospasms in COPD and to reduce the severity of asthma and asthma attacks. It is a combination drug which includes Ipratropium Bromine and albuterol sulfate, also known as salbutamol sulfate. It is a very common medication and a very effective one in treatment of asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.

Classification and Mechanism of Action

Generic Combivent contains two different medications. One of them is ipratropium bromide which is an anticholinergic drug which opens up the bronchi by blocking the muscarinic acetylcholine receptors in the smooth muscles found in the bronchi. The other drug is albuterol, or salbutamol which is a beta-receptor agonist. It also opens up the bronchi and is therefore included in Generic Combivent.

Looking after it

Generic Combivent should be stored at room temperature, away from moisture and direct light. Extreme heat can cause your canister to explode. After 200 sprays, you need to throw away your inhaler canister and buy Generic Combivent again.

How to take it

Generic Combivent should be taken as prescribed by the doctor. Never increase or decrease the dosage on your own. Any changes in dosage that are not done by the doctor can be very dangerous. Your Generic Combivent will come with instructions on how to use it. If you are not sure that you understand the instructions, you need to talk to the doctor or the pharmacist to clear everything up before you start using your medication. Your doctor will most likely want to control your lung function regularly as well as your blood.

Dosage

The most common recommended dosage for Generic Combivent is 2 inhalations, 4 times a day. If your doctor tells you otherwise, make sure to follow their instructions.

Overdose

An overdose on Generic Combivent may cause muscle weakness, pounding heartbeats, chest pains, severe headaches, buzzing in the ears, weak pulse, fainting, slow breathing. An overdose on this medication can be fatal. If you suspect an overdose, seek emergency medical help at once.

Missed Dose

If you miss a dose, take it as soon as you remember. Do not double up to make up for the missed dose.

Warnings and Precautions

Generic Combivent may cause impairment of thinking and reactions. Avoid driving or operating machinery if you feel drowsy or dizzy. Avoid getting Generic Combivent in your eyes. If you think that your drug is less effective than it used to be, contact your doctor at once.

Possible Side Effects

Generic Combivent may cause mild headache as well as cold symptoms like sneezing, stuffy nose, sore throat and cough. If you notice any of the following, stop using the drug at once and contact your doctor: difficult or painful urination, eye pains, vision changes, swelling of feet and ankles, dangerously high blood pressure, chest pains, wheezing, breathing problems, fluttering in the chest, increased urination, extreme thirst, leg discomfort, muscle weakness, confusion.

Treating asthma and COPD

Both asthma and COPD can cause bronchospasms which can be extremely dangerous and even fatal. Generic Combivent is a medication that is very good at relaxing the bronchi, which makes it one of the best medications for these conditions. You can order Generic Combivent online today and save a lot of money on your combivent.

When should it not be used

You should not use this drug if you are allergic to albuterol, ipratropium or atropine.

How long should you take it

Take Generic Combivent as long as your doctor tells you to and do not discontinue the drug without talking to your doctor first.

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