Albuterol Nebules indication, interactions, side effectsAlbuterol Nebules
Albuterol Nebules is a bronchodilator that is used to cure and avoid bronchospasm in individuals with reversible, uncooperative airway illnesses. It is also used for the prevention of exercise-prompted bronchospasm. The medicine soothes muscles present in the airways and boosts airflow to the lungs.
Albuterol Nebules can be used to treat symptoms of breathing disorders including asthma and emphysema.
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The active ingredients present in this medicine, used for curing asthma symptoms include albuterol sulfate. Meanwhile, inactive ingredients that help to transport medicine into the bloodstream via inhalation include sodium chloride, sulfuric acid, and aqueous solution.
Use Albuterol Nebules just the way it is prescribed by your physician. Follow all instructions on the prescription label. Take the medicine keeping in mind the following:
- The disorder that is being treated
- Other medical disorders that you have
- Other medicines you are consuming
- What is your reaction to this specific medication
- Your height
- Your weight
- Your gender
- Your age
Cease the use of Albuterol Nebules, if you experience inconsistent cardiovascular or bronchospasm or if any of the side effects occur. This medication is not suggested for pregnant females and nursing mothers. Please, do consult with your physician before the use of this medication to avoid any possible complications.
Apart from all the needed, effects, the medicine can also lead to some undesirable effects. While it isn’t necessary that all side effects occur, you might need medical attention if these do occur. More common side effects of the medicine include shakiness in the feet, hands, arms, and legs or trembling of feet and hands. In some cases, you might also experience racing, pounding, or irregular heartbeat.
Some rare side effects also include:
- Hypersensitivity reaction
- Pounding heartbeat
- Racing pulse
- Redness and rashes skin
- Difficulty in breathing
- Panting an gasping
- Loud Breathing
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