Spiriva Respimat Description:
Spiriva Respimat is an inhaler drug prescribed for the management of asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) in patients who are six years old and above.
When used on a daily basis, Spiriva Respimat Inhaler helps prevent coughing, wheezing, chest tightness, and difficulty breathing. It contains substances that keep your lungs open, allowing more air to enter the body and improve breathing.
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Spiriva Respimat: How to use
This inhaler has two parts: a cartridge and an adapter inhaler. Before using, you need to fit these pieces together.
- Pull the clear base off while pressing the gray safety catch.
- Remove the cartridge from the package and insert the narrow end into the slot into the nebulizer.
- To ensure that the cartridge is fully placed, it can be pushed against a hard surface.
- When the cartridge is placed correctly, about 1/8 inch of the cartridge will be visible.
- Once the cartridge has been inserted into the inhaler, do not remove it.
- Return the clear base to its original position.
Spiriva Respimat Dosing Information:
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
- 2 inhalations of Spiriva Respimat 2.5 mcg per actuation once-daily
- total dose equals 5 mcg
- 2 inhalations of 1.25 mcg per actuation once-daily
- total dose equals Spiriva Respimat 2.5 mcg.
- This is not a bronchospasm rescue medication.
- Any usage instructions that come with your medicine should be carefully read and followed.
- Any child using this medication should be accompanied by an adult while taking this medication.
Spiriva Respimat Side Effects:
The following are some of the most common negative effects, If any of the following occurs, get medical help:
- dry mouth
- blurred vision
- upset stomach
- chest pain
- Symptoms of a cold include a stuffy or runny nose, sinus ache, and a sore throat.
- If you have sudden or severe shortness of breath, chest tightness, coughing, or wheezing after taking a puff of Spiriva, immediately stop its use.
- This medication is not for children below 6 years old.
- If you are allergic to tiotropium or ipratropium, you should not use this medication.
Frequently Asked Questions:
How does this medication work?
-This helps to keep your airways open for a full 24 hours by relaxing the small muscles in your airways.
What will I expect when I take this medication?
-Improvement in breathing may be expected after 4 to 8 weeks of treatment with this inhaler. You must take two puffs once a day to achieve maximum effect.
How often should I clean the Spiriva Respimat?
-At least once a week, including the metal section inside the mouthpiece. Clean the mouthpiece with a wet cloth or tissue including the metal section inside the mouthpiece.