|Generic For||Pulmicort Inhaler|
|Pack Size||Qty||Price Per Pill or Unit||Price||Cart|
|1 Inhaler||US$ 11.00||US$ 11.00|
|3 Inhaler||US$ 8.03||US$ 24.1027%US$ 33.00|
|6 Inhaler||US$ 7.62||US$ 45.7031%US$ 66.00|
Budecort Inhaler comprises Budesonide, a potent synthetic glucocorticoid with anti-inflammatory properties. This drug acts directly on the airways, decrease inflammation and improve your condition by preventing asthma attacks and recurrence.
The inflamed and narrow airways make breathing difficult. Budecort Inhaler clears the passage of airways and facilitates smooth breathing. This medicine is administered in an Inhaler form. It is a portable device that releases medication into the body via the lungs. Metered dose inhaler is a form of inhaler in which a fixed dose of the drug is present in an aerosol form. This dosage form exerts rapid action with the least side effects, acting on the target site and producing the action. The inhaled maximal effect takes place within five to 20 minutes of dosing. It is one of the most recommended drugs used to prevent asthma.
Budecort Inhaler is a long-term therapy for asthma and helps in managing the problem of asthma in the long term.
Tell your doctor about all medications you use. This includes prescription, over-the-counter, vitamin, and herbal products. Your doctor will provide you with a list of drugs to be avoided while taking Budecort Inhaler. Some of the drugs which interact with Budecort Inhaler are as follows:
- Ritonavir, etc.
Things to remember:
— Always take medicine as per the prescription
— Don’t use the expired drugs
— Keep a complete record of all the medicines you are taking along with this medicine
— Avoid coming in contact with people who are suffering from chicken pox and measles
— This drug doesn’t produce immediate relief, so it is not given during an acute asthma attack
Inform your doctor if you are:
- Allergic to any of the ingredients present in Budecort Inhaler
- A pregnant or breastfeeding mother
- Have a history of tuberculosis, liver disease and osteoporosis
- Have a history of pulmonary tuberculosis
- Have chest, eye and mouth infection
Every medicine has some side effects; Budecort Inhaler also has some mild and severe side effects. Some commonly observed side effects are as follows:
— Sores in mouth
— Hoarse voice
— Oral thrush
— Pain in stomach
Some rare side effects associated with it are as follows:
— Swelling of the face
— Breathing difficulties
— Vision-related problems like glaucoma and cataract
Commonly, 1 to 4 puffs twice a day is recommended for adults and children 1 to 2 puffs twice a day. The dose can vary widely and is required to be taken regularly. Always follow doctor’s instructions. The dose intake is prescribed by the doctor depending upon the severity and demand of the disease condition.
Do not swallow Budecort Inhaler. Following are the ways to take medicine:
— Always check the mouthpiece before using it; it should always be clean and dirt free
— Shake the inhaler by holding it in an upright position
— Breathe out the air and empty your lungs
— Put the mouthpiece in your mouth and close your lips
— Take a deep breath through your mouth and press the canister to get a puff of the medicine
— Remove the inhaler and continue to hold your breath for 10 seconds
— Breathe out through the nose
— Replace the cap and if needed, take the second step by repeating the steps mentioned above
The leaflet is given in which full information about the drug and its apt use is written. Just go through it once and then take medicine. Talk to your doctor if you have doubts about the drug and its usage.
Take medicine as prescribed by the doctor. He will tell you how many puffs to take each time. Always try to take the dose at the same time each day; this reduces the chances of missing a dose.
Do not stop taking Budecort Inhaler or change the dose without consulting your doctor. This drug is meant to be taken regularly, so keep on taking the drug as long as recommended by the doctor.