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Salbutamol Inhaler

Prescription Only Medication (POM)

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The Salamol Inhaler, otherwise known as the blue “reliever inhaler” is used to treat asthma by opening up airways and making it easier to breathe. To ensure good asthma control, we issue a maximum 2 inhalers in any 12 week period. If you require an inhaler more frequently, it may be a sign that you need to have your asthma reviewed. If you are ordering because you have lost your Salbutamol inhaler, please let us know. You can also order the branded Ventolin Inhaler.

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What will you get if you buy Salbutamol Inhaler?

If you buy Salbutamol inhaler, it is used by people who suffer from asthma to relieve the symptoms of their condition. It works by dilating the airways of the lungs to relieve and prevent asthma symptoms brought on by usual asthma triggers. These triggers can include exercise, dust, pollen, dogs, cats, cold temperatures (find out more about asthma in winter) and cigarette smoke. Some patients can have more specific triggers that can set off their asthma symptoms.

We advise that you consult with your doctor or prescriber before you use or buy Salbutamol Inhaler online.

How should you use before you buy Salbutamol Inhaler?

Before you buy Salbutamol inhaler or use it, it is important to breathe as slowly as possible. Following this, follow the steps below.

How to use your inhaler

  • Stand or sit upright
  • Remove the inhaler mouthpiece cover, gently squeezing the sides with your thumb and forefinger to pull apart
  • Shake the inhaler four/five times
  • Hold the inhaler upright, with the thumb on the base below the mouthpiece
  • Breathe out as far as comfortable
  • Place the mouthpiece in your mouth, between your teeth and close your lips around it
  • Breathe in through your mouth into your air passages and then press down on the top of the canister (whilst still breathing in steadily and deeply
  • Hold your breath and remove the inhaler from your mouth

If you need to take more puffs of salbutamol, wait about a minute and a half, and always replace the mouthpiece cover following use. You should then start to breathe more easily afterwards.

Young users may need help to operate the Salbutamol inhaler. Weak handed users may find it easier to hold the inhaler with both hands.

If you would like to know more about using your inhaler properly, Asthma UK provides more information on how to use your inhaler.

We advise that you consult with your doctor or prescriber before you use or buy Salbutamol Inhaler online.

If you buy Salbutamol Inhaler, what is in it?

If you buy Salbutamol inhaler, the medication in it is in a class of drugs called bronchodilators. This helps to relax muscles in the lungs and widen airways. This is often used to treat long term conditions such as asthma.

We advise that you consult with your doctor or prescriber before you use or buy a Salbutamol Inhaler online.

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Ewemade

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15 Dec 2023
Delivered exactly what was needed. Thank you

Miss

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15 Dec 2023
Good price

Christine

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15 Dec 2023
It works. I use it very rarely and have it just as a precaution.
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