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Atrovent is an anticholinergic which contains a corticosteroid (steroid) called ipratropium bromide, which acts like a bronchodilator. It is taken to relieve the symptoms of COPD.
Bronchospasm is the name given to a condition in which the airways leading to the lungs (bronchi) constrict and tighten. It can be triggered by respiratory illnesses such as asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary syndrome (COPD), but can also be caused when a person is exposed to an allergen such as dust, smoke or pollen.
Illnesses, medicines, weather, exercise and even emotions can also cause a bout of symptoms.
Symptoms of bronchospasm include:
Atrovent does not replace your reliever inhaler and should not be used to treat an asthma attack.
You can easily buy Atrovent online following a quick consultation. Our online prescription service makes it quick and convenient to get the treatment you need delivered straight to your door via a discreet delivery service.
Atrovent contains ipratropium bromide. This medicine is known as an anticholinergic bronchodilator.
It works by blocking muscarinic receptors found in the soft muscles which surround the airways. This helps the muscles to relax, allowing the airways to open.
When taken, it prevents the muscles from tightening around the airways, providing relief.
Before using your Atrovent inhaler for the first time, you need to prime it.
To prime your inhaler, hold the inhaler away from you and depress the canister until you see a fine mist. Seeing this means your inhaler is ready to use.
To use your Atrovent inhaler:
If you are taking another puff, wait at least a minute before taking another puff. When you are ready to do so, follow steps 2 through 8.
If you find it difficult to press the inhaler down while breathing in, speak to your doctor or pharmacist. You may need to use a spacer device, which makes administering the required dose of Atrovent easier.
Take care to avoid accidentally spraying Atrovent in your eyes. Accidentally spraying Atrovent in your eyes can cause stinging, red eyes, dilated pupils, blurred vision and visual disturbances. If this happens, speak to your doctor for advice.
All medicines have the potential to cause side effects, though not everyone will experience them. Knowing the side effects to look out for is critical to your health.
Common side effects of Atrovent (affects less than 1 in 10 people) include:
Uncommon side effects of Atrovent (affects less than 1 in 100 people):
Rare side effects of Atrovent (affects less than 1 in 1,000 people):
If you experience any side effects, whether they are listed above or in the patient information leaflet, speak to your doctor as soon as possible.
Before using Atrovent, please inform our prescriber of all the medicines you take, including those with or without prescription and health supplements. Atrovent may interact with other medicines.
Do not take Atrovent if any of the follows applies to you:
If you are not sure whether the above contraindications apply to you, speak to your doctor.
Speak to your doctor before Atrovent if any of the following applies to you:
If you are not sure whether the above applies to you, speak to your doctor.
Always store your medicine out of the sight and reach of children.
Atrovent is taken as and when needed to relieve the symptoms of bronchospasm in patients with COPD.
If you take too much Atrovent, talk to a doctor or go straight to the hospital. Take all your inhalers and any other medicines you were taking with you.
Taking too much Atrovent can cause a dry mouth, a rapid heartbeat or blurred vision.
No, Atrovent is not the same as Ventolin. Ventolin contains salbutamol while Atrovent contains ipratropium bromide.
Atrovent is a long acting inhaler. It is used to prevent COPD symptoms from occurring when taken regularly.
Atrovent takes approximately 15 to 30 minutes to start working after taking it.
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