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Airomir is a reliever inhaler licensed by Teva to provide fast relief from symptoms of asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Similarly to Ventolin, Airomir is a reliever inhaler which contains salbutamol.
During an asthma attack, the muscles surrounding the airways become narrow, making it difficult to breathe.
There are several factors which can trigger a bronchial spasm including:
It is believed that 1 in 12 adults suffer from asthma in the UK, making it one of the most prevalent conditions in Europe.
With Prescription Doctor, you can renew your prescription for Airomir Inhalers online following a quick consultation. You don't need to wait at a pharmacy to pick up your prescription - simply place an order online, and we'll do the rest.
When you place an order for Airomir online from us, you will be required to complete a questionnaire for one of our doctors to review.
If our doctor approves your order before 3pm Monday to Friday, our UK based pharmacy will fulfil the prescription and dispatch the medication via a discreet next day delivery service.
Airomir contains a bronchodilator called salbutamol. This agent works by opening the airways, making it easier to breathe.
There are two kinds of Airomir inhaler:
To use the aerosol inhaler:
To use the Autohaler:
After using your inhaler, you should rinse your mouth with some water.
Directions on how to clean your inhaler can be found in the patient information leaflet, which comes with your medicine.
Spacers are devices which aid the use of aerosol inhalers. Using a spacer means that you don't need to time your breath with the pressing of the inhaler canister.
Your doctor or asthma nurse can discuss whether you would benefit from using a spacer and show you how to use them.
Airomir may be used with small volume spacers, such as an Aerochamber, but is incompatible with large volume spacers such as the Volumatic. Additionally, you cannot use a spacer with a dry inhaler.
To use Airomir with a spacer:
1. First, you need to shake the inhaler.
2. Next, remove the cap from the mouthpiece of the Airomir inhaler and push the mouthpiece into the end of the spacer. Ensure a tight seal between the mouthpiece of the inhaler and the spacer you are using.
3. Place the mouthpiece of the spacer between your teeth but don't bite it. Close your mouth around the mouthpiece of the spacer to ensure a tight seal.
4. Sit or stand up straight and raise your chin slightly. This will help the medicine reach your lung.
5. Depress the canister of the inhaler to administer the dose into the spacer.
6. Your doctor will advise you about which technique to use in order to inhale the medicine. If you are unsure which method to use, speak to your doctor.
6a. If your doctor has suggested using the tidal or multiple-breath technique, breathe in and out steadily through the spacer 5 times.
6b. If your doctor has suggested the single breath and hold, take one deep single breath in through the spacer until your lungs feel full. Hold your breath for 10 seconds, or as long as feels comfortable.
7. Once you have administered the dose(s), remove the mouthpiece from your mouth.
Some medicines are not suitable for everybody. Underlying medical conditions and other treatments can make it unsuitable to take some treatments. If you are unsure whether Airomir is safe for you, speak to your doctor or a pharmacist.
It is important to speak to your doctor or a pharmacist before taking Airomir if you have:
Speak to your doctor or pharmacist before taking Airomir if you are taking:
It is important to inform our doctor of all the medicines you are currently taking, including those obtained without a prescription.
All medicine carries the risk of side effects, though not everyone gets them. Understanding the risks associated with your medicine and knowing what to look out for are important.
Common side effects of Airomir include:
Rare side effects of Airomir include:
This is not an exhaustive list of side effects. Further information regarding the safety of Airmoir inhalers, including a complete list of side effects, can be found inside the leaflet which comes with your medicine.
If you experience any side effects, whether listed above or in the patient information leaflet, inform your doctor straight away. You can also ask a pharmacist for advice on how to manage the side effects of Airomir.
Do not take Airomir if you are allergic to salbutamol, salbuterol or any of the other ingredients listed within the patient information leaflet.
Signs of allergic reaction include:
Always read the patient information leaflet enclosed with your inhaler before you start using it.
Please inform our doctor of all medicines you are currently taking, including those bought over the counter from a pharmacy or prescribed by your GP. You should also include any health or herbal supplements you are currently taking.
Do not take Airomir past the expiry date printed on the packaging. The date refers to the last day of the indicated month.
Never throw away medicine via household or water waste. Take any unwanted or expired medication to your pharmacy and ask for tem to be disposed safely on your behalf.
Always store your medicine out of sight and reach from children and pets.
Never share your medicine with anybody else, even if they are experiencing the same symptoms or have the same condition as you.
Airomir is safe to use while pregnant and breastfeeding. Airomir does not affect hormonal contraceptives or emergency contraception.
If you are pregnant, think you might be pregnant, plan on becoming pregnant, or breastfeeding, speak to your doctor before using Airmoir inhalers.
If you become pregnant while taking Airomir, inform your doctor straight away.
There is no significant evidence to suggest that Airomir will affect fertility in men or women.
It is safe to drink alcohol while taking Airomir.
It may not be suitable for you to ride a bike, drive a car or operate machinery if the medicine causes you to feel dizzy or shaky.
It could be possible that your inhaler is blocked. Try cleaning the inhaler by following the instructions found within the patient information leaflet supplied with your medication.
The other possibility is that your canister is empty. To check, remove the canister from the plastic inhaler and shake it. If you can't hear anything, it is likely you have ran out of Airomir and need more.
Airomir and Ventolin contain the same active ingredient - salbutamol.
Ventolin is marketed by GlaxoSmithKline while Airomir is marketed by Teva.
Ventolin is not available in an autohaler or similar autonomous inhaler.
However, Salamol (a brand of Salbutamol from Teva) is available in an Easi-Breathe automatic inhaler.
For more information on the variants of salbutamol inhalers, speak to your doctor, asthma nurse or a pharmacist.
While there are no special storage instructions for Airomir, you should make sure the medicine is stored in an easily accessible place.
You should carry your reliever inhaler with you in case you experience an asthma attack.
You should not stop taking Airomir inhaler without first speaking with your GP. If you wish to stop taking Airomir or switch to a different inhaler, speak to your GP.
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