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Atrovent inhaler contains a medicine called ipratropium bromide. This belongs to a group of medicines called antimuscarinic bronchodilators. The medication is used to make breathing easier for people with asthma or ‘chronic obstructive pulmonary disease’ (COPD), often referred to as chronic bronchitis. You may have difficulty breathing, shortness of breath, wheezing, or tightness in your chest. Atrovent inhaler works by opening up your airways. You can buy an Atrovent inhaler online.
Always use Atrovent inhaler exactly as your doctor has told you.
You should check with your doctor or pharmacist if you are not sure. Ask your doctor or pharmacist if you are unsure, you can also refer to the Atrovent inhaler patient information leaflet that will come in the box when you buy an Atrovent inhaler.
Adults should use one or two puffs to be inhaled three or four times daily. Sometimes up to four puffs at a time may be taken.
See your doctor straight away if you feel that your Atrovent inhaler is not working as well as usual, or you need to use the Atrovent inhaler more than your doctor has recommended.
To make sure that your inhaler is working, test fire it twice into the air before using it for the first time and whenever your Atrovent inhaler has not been used for 3 days or more.
To use the Atrovent inhaler you should:
You can find a full list of possible side effects in the Atrovent inhaler patient information leaflet, if you have any questions speak to your GP or pharmacist. Some common side effects include:
Remember to always read the Atrovent inhaler patient information leaflet before you buy an Atrovent inhaler.
There are no reported interactions between Atrovent inhalers and alcohol/food. You can ask your doctor or pharmacist before you buy an Atrovent inhaler.
Please tell your doctor or pharmacist if you are taking or have recently taken any other medicines, including any inhalers and medicines obtained without a prescription before you buy an Atrovent inhaler.
In particular, tell your doctor or pharmacist if you are taking/ have taken any of the following medicines:
If you are not sure if any of the above apply to you, talk to your doctor or pharmacist before you buy an Atrovent inhaler.
Do not use an Atrovent inhaler if you are allergic. Consult your GP or pharmacist before you buy an Atrovent inhaler if:
Atrovent inhalers contain a medicine called ipratropium bromide, other inhalers such as Salamol Salbutamol and Ventolin inhalers contain Salbutamol as their active ingredient. Your GP or pharmacist will let you know which inhaler is the right one for you. You can buy an Atrovent inhaler and other types of inhalers online from e-Surgery.
Yes, you can legally buy Atrovent inhalers online from registered prescribers such as e-Surgery.
Always make sure you check for the green GPhC and MHRA logo anytime you buy Atrovent inhalers online or other medicines.
You can use the GPhC website to check if a pharmacy is registered. This ensures that when you buy Atrovent inhalers online they are genuine.
Do not use your Atrovent inhaler after the expiry date which is stated on the carton and the canister label. The expiry date refers to the last day of the month.
Atrovent inhalers should not be stored above 25°C. Keep away from direct sunlight and heat. Protect from frost.
The canister contains a pressurised liquid. Do not expose to temperatures higher than 50°C. Do not try to open, puncture or burn the canister even when apparently empty.
It is important to clean your Atrovent inhaler regularly after you buy an Atrovent inhaler. Otherwise, it may not work properly.
You can find more information online in the Atrovent inhaler patient information leaflet, it has a lot of useful information about your Atrovent inhaler. If you have any more questions regarding your Atrovent inhaler don’t hesitate to use our completely free Ask-a-Pharmacist service. We’re always here to help!
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