Ventolin HFA (Albuterol Sulfate Inhalation Aerosol)
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Prevent Bronchospasms with Ventolin
Ventolin belongs to a group of bronchodilators that work relaxing the airways muscles and boosting the air flow directly to the lungs. Albuterol, being an
active component of the medication, helps treat and prevent bronchospasms in people with underlying reversible obstructive airway disease. Additionally,
Ventolin inhalation is an effective way to warn exercise-induced bronchospasm. Besides, the treatment can be used in other instances not mentioned in the
Safety Recommendations for Ventolin Administration: Contraindications, Precautions and Warnings
Striving to experience positive Ventolin effects and get no abnormalities, a patient should follow a few simple rules. Consulting a healthcare specialist
primarily to the medication course is the most important point. Provide your doctor with a complete list of diseases and health disorders you have for
him/her to adjust a correct dose, optimal for successful and safe treatment. Ventolin is contraindicated for people allergic to Albuterol. Pregnant and
breastfeeding women should also avoid the treatment use to eliminate possible risks for both mother and child.
Provide your physician with detailed information about other disorders you have, especially:
No one younger than 4 years old should take Ventolin.
Ventolin and Other Treatments
The medication may interact with other drugs, producing serious health complications and other side effects. Tell your healthcare provider about all the
prescription and generic pharmaceuticals, natural supplements and vitamins you take, including:
Recommendations for Ventolin Use
Follow doctor’s recommendations and prescription to benefit from the medication course. Never increase or decrease the dose. Learn how to use the inhaler
primarily to spraying it into the mouth. Never change the dose on your own, inform your healthcare provider about the medication being ineffective,
instead. It is essential to have Ventolin at hand all the time. Ventolin should be used in accordance with doctor’s advice. Once you have missed a dose,
you can skip it in case the next one should be taken soon.
Possible Side Effects and Complications
Being a safe medication, proper Ventolin use can activate only minor reactions, such as headache, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, insomnia, muscle pain,
dizziness, etc. However, the drug misuse and overuse can trigger more serious complications.
Address the nearest emergency office once you have got allergic reactions after Ventolin inhaling. Call your healthcare specialist in case the following
serious abnormalities have occurred: