Levolin Respules 1.25mg/ 2.5ml
|Generic For||Xopenex Respules|
|Pack Size||Qty||Price Per Pill or Unit||Price||Cart|
|20 Respules||US$ 0.62||US$ 12.50|
|40 Respules||US$ 0.50||US$ 20.0020%US$ 25.00|
|80 Respules||US$ 0.42||US$ 34.0032%US$ 50.00|
|160 Respules/s||US$ 0.42||US$ 68.0032%US$ 100.00|
Levolin respules 1.25mg/2.5ml is used in the treatment and improvement of the following symptoms, conditions, and diseases:
— Constriction of airways
— Lung inflammation
The medicine is inhaled through a rotahaler and works by relaxing the muscles and widening the airways. As a result, breathing becomes easier, and asthma symptoms, such as wheezing, coughing, shortness of breath, and chest tightness, are reduced. Levolin respule is prescribed to treat an acute attack of asthma characterized by sudden breathing difficulties. Your doctor may prescribe another inhaler (preventer) to prevent your symptoms.
Levolin respules are contraindicated in patients who are allergic to Levosalbutamol or any of the ingredients of this medicine. Also, avoid using the medication if you have a history of premature labour and miscarriage. There is limited information available about the safety of Levosalbutamol during pregnancy. It should only be used by pregnant ladies only if your doctor advises you so. It is still not known if the medication passes into breast milk. Hence, it would help if you avoid breastfeeding while receiving Levolin. If you have doubts about using Levosalbutamol during breastfeeding, please talk to your doctor.
Intake of tobacco products and alcoholic beverages during the treatment may increase the risk of side effects. Smoking is strictly prohibited since it is known to worsen breathing disorders. Speak to your doctor if you have heart-related problems, thyroid problems, low potassium levels in your blood, an infection in your lungs, or diabetes.
There are some medicines which, if taken along with Levosalbutamol, can result in drug interaction and may increase or decrease the activity of the medicine. The medicines that may interact are bendroflumethiazide, nadolol, carvedilol, and sotalol. This is not the complete list of medicine that may interact with the medicines, and there may be others. Asthma medication should be used cautiously in elderly patients at increased risk of side effects. Levosalbutamol should be used cautiously in elderly patients due to the high risk of side effects.
The major and minor side effects of using Levolin Respules include diarrhoea, dizziness, muscle cramps, headache, severe hypokalemia, nervousness, palpitations, tiredness, sleeplessness, and vomiting. Talk to your doctor right away if any of these become troublesome.
The medicine can be used at any time of the day without or with food. It can be taken up to 3 times daily. The gap between the doses should be 6-8 hours for asthma attacks or bronchospasm. You should take medicine using your rotahaler. You should inhale the content fifteen minutes before physical activity or exposure to an allergen.
Follow the instructions of your doctor while taking the medicine. It is recommended to use the medication in prescribed quantities because excessive usage may cause severe side effects that may be life-threatening. The medicine should not be injected or swallowed. It should only be used for aspiration, i.e. breathing through the mouth. You should use the medicine until your asthma attack is controlled or as long as your doctor recommends.