|Generic Name||Tiotropium Bromide|
|Pack Size||Qty||Price Per Pill or Unit||Price||Cart|
|1 Inhaler||US$ 21.00||US$ 21.00|
|3 Inhaler||US$ 16.73||US$ 50.1820%US$ 63.00|
|6 Inhaler||US$ 16.31||US$ 97.8622%US$ 126.00|
Tiova inhaler 9mcg containing Tiotropium bromide is an anticholinergic bronchodilator that relieves the discomfort caused by COPD, i.e. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (chronic bronchitis and emphysema). A patient is required to inhale this medication by mouth, consult your doctor before you start using this medication. Two sprays once daily are advisable but do not inhale more than two sprays in 24 hours. 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. Tiotropium Bromide works by relaxing muscles of the air passages, thereby increasing the flow of air to the lungs and hence improving breathing in people who have asthma and other breathing difficulties.
Tiova inhaler does not produce immediate relief as it is a long-acting bronchodilator; therefore, should not be given in an acute asthma attack. Some drugs may interact with Tiotropium Bromide so tell your doctor about any medications which you may be taking at present, especially medications for bladder or urinary tracts like Fesoterodine, Tolterodine, Solfenacin or others; other broncho-dilators medications like Ipratropium; antihistamine medications used for cold or allergy; drugs for Parkinson’s disease; or medications for the 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.
Not all people have side effects due to Tiova inhaler 9 mcg, but that may not be the case with you. Discontinue using Tiotropium Bromide if you witness any allergic reactions like hives, breathing difficulty, swelling in face, mouth, lips, tongue, or throat; bronchospasm (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 Tiotropium Bromide are headache; runny nose; backache; sinus pain; cough; nausea; upset stomach; constipation; fever; chills; or fly symptoms.
Tiotropium Bromide is usually taken with an inhaler device. Generally, two puffs are taken each day, and you should use the inhaler for as long as your health care provider recommends. Follow the instructions provided with Tiova inhaler 9mcg:
- Firstly, remove the mouthpiece cover and shake the inhaler,
- Breathe out and then place the mouthpiece in your mouth,
- Press it from the top to release the medication,
- Continue breathing in through your mouth and hold your breath for a few seconds and then continue breathing normally.
Repeat the process for the second dose. Replace the mouthpiece.
To ensure you are using it correctly, ask your health care provider to give a demonstration. Keep the inhaler clean always by following the cleaning directions which came with the medication. Keep the medicine away from open flame and intense heat, such as in direct sunlight on a hot day. Store the medication and inhaler device in a cool and dry place. Ensure that your children and pets do not have access to any medication. Do not stop taking Inhaler or change the dose without consulting with your doctor. This drug is meant to be taken regularly, so keep on taking the drug as long as recommended by the doctor.