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About the drug:
Ipratropium bromide also sold under the trade name Atrovent, Ipravent among several other trade names is an anticholinergic bronchodilator. Inhalers are one of the most preferred dosage forms for delivering medicine to the asthma patients. This dosage form renders targeted delivery of the drug at the site of action.
Uses of the drug:
This medication is used to ease breathing in people with diseases like asthma, emphysema (a serious condition that makes breathing difficult), and chronic obstructive bronchitis.
Working of the drug:
Ipratropium bromide works by relaxing muscles of the air passages, thereby increasing the flow of air to the lungs and hence improving breathing in people suffering from asthma and other breathing difficulties. It may also be used for treatment of other conditions not mentioned above.
Ipravent 200 mdi inhaler is manufactured by cipla, india’s one of the most popular pharmaceutical industry. You can buy ipravent onlinefrom alldaychemist.com.
Dosage form and strengths:
Ipravent occurs in inhaler form and following strength of the drug is available on our website
Ipravent 200 mdi
Before taking the drug:
Do not take the drug if you:
- Are allergic to Ipratropium or atropine.
- Have glaucoma before using this medication
- You are pregnant, plan to become pregnant or breast feeding your baby.
This medication is not recommended to use in children without a doctor’s advice.
- Tell your doctor if you:
- Have enlarged prostate; bladder obstruction; or urination problems
How much to take the drug?
You must use Ipratropium bromide medication exactly and strictly as advised by your doctor. Any changes or disobedience of your doctor’s prescription may lead to deterioration of your condition.
How to take the drug?
All medications come with a patient leaflet which has complete information about them. Read it carefully for details.
Ipratropium bromide is usually taken with an inhaler device. First pump 2 test sprays in the air for priming the inhaler. Remember to pump it away from your face. Then put the inhaler into one nostril of your nose and spray an appropriate amount of the medication. Breathe gently after spraying. Prime the inhaler if it has not been used for some time, say 3 days or more. Keep the inhaler clean always by following the cleaning directions which came with the medication.
Contact your doctor immediately if your condition doesn’t improve and deteriorates further. While using Ipratropium bromide, your lung function may need to be tested frequently.
Keep the medicine canister away from open flame and intense heat, such as in direct sunlight on a hot day. The canister can explode if it gets too hot. Avoid puncturing or burning an empty inhaler canister. Store the medication and inhaler device in a cool and dry place. Ensure that your children and pets don’t have access to any medication.
For how long to take it?
Take the drug as long as the doctor recommends you. It is an inhaler form of the drug and you can use the inhaler to get quick relief from an asthma attack. Be sure to take the as per doctor’s prescription.
If you miss a dose due to some reasons, take it as soon as you remember it and if the time to take the next dose is not near. If the next dose is overdue within a short time, then forget about the missed dose and take the next dose as scheduled. Do not take double doses to compensate for the missed one.
Don’t overdose on any medication. If you have taken an overdose and if you experience any worsening health condition, get emergency medical help or call your doctor immediately.
Side effects of the drug:
Ipratropium bromide medication may lead to blurred vision and impaired thinking and concentrating capability. Avoid unnecessary driving and activities which require you to be alert and see properly. Not all people show side effects to Ipratropium bromide, but that may not be the case with you. Discontinue using Ipratropium bromide if you witness any allergic reactions like hives, breathing difficulty, swelling in face, mouth, lips, tongue, or throat; broncho-spasm (chest tightness, wheezing); blurred vision, pain in the eye; witnessing halos around lights; painful or burning sensation while urinating as well as decreased urination; or deteriorating of original symptoms.
These effects are rare, but get urgent medical help. Some less severe and more common side effects of Ipratropium bromide are headache; runny nose; backache; sinus pain; cough; nausea; upset stomach; constipation; fever; chills; or fly symptoms.
Take the Ipratropium bromide medication as prescribed by your doctor. Dosage may differ based on severity of condition, age, sex among several other factors.
Common Drug interactions:
Some drugs may interact with Ipratropium bromide so tell your doctor about any medications which you may be taking at present, especially medications for bladder or urinary tract like Fesoterodine, Tolterodine, Solfenacin or others; other bronchodilators medications like Tiotropium; antihistamine medications used for cold or allergy; drugs for Parkinson’s disease; or medications for stomach like antacids, for ulcers or motion sickness. This list of drug interactions is non exhaustive and there may be other interactions. Share your entire medical history and list of drugs (prescription or OTC) or herbal products with your doctor.
Things to remember:
- Do not let the medicine to enter into your eyes, if this occurs then flush your eyes with the tap or cold water for many minutes
- Do not give the medicine to anyone else, even if they have the same symptoms as you have
- Always store the medicine in upright position
|US Brand Name||Atrovent|
|Generic Name||Ipratropium Bromide|
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