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  • Albuterol
  • Asthalin
  • Salbutamol Nebules
  • Ventolin
  • Ventolin Nebules
  • Ventorlin
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  • 100mcg
  • 2.5mg
  • 5mg
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Ventolin - albuterol - 100mcg - 6 Inhalers Ventolin albuterol Brand United Kingdom 100mcg 6 Inhalers DR $85.40 Add
Asthalin - salbutamol - 100mcg - 200 Doses X 6 Ventolin/​Asthalin salbutamol Generic India 100mcg 200 Doses X 6 DR $69.99 Add
Ventolin Nebules - albuterol - 2.5mg - 20 Nebules Ventolin Nebules albuterol Brand United Kingdom 2.5mg 20 Nebules DR $18.82 Add
Ventolin Nebules - albuterol - 5mg - 20 Nebules Ventolin Nebules albuterol Brand United Kingdom 5mg 20 Nebules DR $21.71 Add
Ventolin Nebules - albuterol - 2.5mg - 60 Nebules Ventolin Nebules albuterol Brand United Kingdom 2.5mg 60 Nebules DR $42.06 Add
Ventolin Nebules - albuterol - 5mg - 60 Nebules Ventolin Nebules albuterol Brand United Kingdom 5mg 60 Nebules DR $52.83 Add
Salbutamol Nebules - albuterol - 2.5mg - 60 Nebules Ventolin Nebules/​Salbutamol Nebules albuterol Generic United Kingdom 2.5mg 60 Nebules DR $44.58 Add
Salbutamol Nebules - albuterol - 5mg - 60 Nebules Ventolin Nebules/​Salbutamol Nebules albuterol Generic United Kingdom 5mg 60 Nebules DR $62.82 Add
Ventolin - albuterol - 100mcg - 6 Pack Ventolin albuterol Brand New Zealand 100mcg 6 Pack RX $94.00 Add
Albuterol - albuterol - 100mcg - 6 Pack Ventolin/​Albuterol albuterol Brand New Zealand 100mcg 6 Pack RX $94.00 Add
Ventorlin - albuterol - 100mcg - 6 Inhalers Ventolin/​Ventorlin albuterol Brand India 100mcg 6 Inhalers DR $74.99 -

Medicines have benefits and some have risks. Always read the label and use only as directed. If symptoms persist or you have side effects see your health professional. Brands and generics both contain the same active ingredient(s) and are medically equivalent. Some brands are marketed under different names by the same manufacturing country depending on the country of origin.

Online doctor version ships from the UK and is a generic version of Ventolin containing albuterol, the Rx version is brand name and ships from NZ but requires an Rx be sent in.

Ventolin (albuterol or salbutamol) is typically used as a fast-acting rescue inhaler to treat bronchospasm in asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).

The medication is available in several forms:

  • Syrups
  • Tablets
  • Fluid for injection/IV use
  • Fluid for nebulizer use
  • Inhalers

The vast majority of Ventolin use is by inhaler, in which the medication is delivered directly to the lungs, where it is most needed. Nebulizer use is also fairly common, though it is not as convenient as inhalers. Availability of tablets and syrups varies by location, while IV fluids are generally reserved for hospital use.

Getting the Most from Ventolin

Ventolin, like any rescue inhaler, is used as-needed to reduce or eliminate symptoms of bronchospasm. It can be safely used by otherwise-healthy patients age 4 and up. It may be used in addition to long-term maintenance treatments, such as corticosteroid inhalers, but should not be used in addition to other fast-acting treatments, such as epinephrine, without doctor approval.

Treatment is most effective when the inhaler is used properly:

  • New inhalers should be primed by shaking the inhaler well and expelling 4 puffs into the air before use.
  • Inhalers should be primed again if unused for longer than 2 weeks.
  • Administer 1 to 2 puffs as needed when symptoms of bronchospasm begin.
  • Inhale each puff as slowly and steadily as possible.
  • Hold each puff for at least 10 seconds.
  • Wait 30 to 60 seconds before administering a second puff.

Results are usually noticeable just seconds after use, but it may take up to 20 minutes for full effects to be felt. Effects should last 4 to 6 hours. Patients are generally advised not to use the inhaler more than every 4 to 6 hours, and to seek medical attention if bronchospasm is not eliminated. However, if medical attention is not readily available, the inhaler may be administered again after 20 minutes if breathing is still difficult; the risk of overdose is very small compared to the risks associated with asphyxiation.

Some individuals who suffer from exercise-induced bronchospasm use Ventolin as a preventive measure. The medication is administered in the same way, but instead of taking puffs to relieve existing symptoms, puffs are taken 20 to 30 minutes prior to anticipated symptoms--that is, prior to exercise or other activity which usually triggers an attack. Effectiveness can vary greatly between individuals; some are able to prevent attacks completely, while others notice no difference at all.

Treatment typically lasts as long as Ventolin is needed and produces good results, which is usually very long term, often for the remainder of life. If Ventolin inhalers begin to lose effectiveness, speak with a doctor about other options. Many patients find nebulized Ventolin to be more effective than inhalers.

Ventolin Side Effects

Side effects associated with Ventolin are the same as those encountered with any albuterol inhaler. Most side effects are mild and not cause for concern unless severe, and may stop occurring as treatment continues if the inhaler is used with any regularity.

Common side effects include:

  • Restlessness
  • Tremor
  • Headache
  • Mild nausea
  • Dizziness
  • Sore throat
  • Runny nose
  • Heartburn

Less commonly Ventolin may produce more serious, and often more subtle, adverse effects, which do warrant medical attention, including heart beat changes, high blood pressure, low potassium levels and increased blood sugar. Warning signs include:

  • Confusion
  • Extreme thirst
  • Increased urination
  • Muscle pain or weakness, particularly in legs
  • Severe headache
  • Vision changes
  • Chest pain
  • Tinnitus (ringing in ears)
  • Uneven, pounding, or very rapid heart beat
  • Seizures

Also very rarely Ventolin may produce paradoxical bronchospasm, which actually worsens the bronchospasm. This calls for emergency medical attention, and additional Ventolin should not be administered. Paradoxical bronchospasm typically occurs with the first use of a new inhaler.

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Ventolin Nebules (albuterol, also known as salbuterol) are a bronchodilator in fluid for use in a nebulizer. The medication is used in patients aged 4 years and up to prevent and/or treat asthma, COPD, and other ailments which cause restricted breathing.

The medication in Ventolin Nebules, albuterol, is perhaps among the most widely-used asthma treatment in the world, particularly now that the USA has banned Primatene Mist, an over-the-counter, epinephrine (adrenaline) based asthma treatment. Most patients who once relied on Primatene Mist were forced onto albuterol around the same time that albuterol---like most inhalers---were switched to the HFA propellant. Many asthma patients, forced onto HFA inhalers, found the medication simply didn't work. However, many will find that Ventolin Nebules do work where inhalers don't.

One will, of course, need a nebulizer machine to utilize Ventolin Nebules. These can range from around twenty dollars for inexpensive handheld versions to hundreds of dollars for large, professional machines. Handheld versions typically use batteries, while other versions rely on being plugged in to electricity.

Breathing Easier with Ventolin Nebules

Each package of Ventolin Nebules contains several groups of five ampules wrapped in foil packaging. Ampules should be used within three months after removing the foil wrapping. The strength of the albuterol in each package varies; if not determined by a doctor, patients should opt for the lowest possible dose until effects are known, which is 2.5 mg for patients age 12 and up. Younger patients may find 1.25 mg more suitable. Dosage strength goes up to 4 mg.

Ventolin Nebules can be used to both prevent or stop an ongoing attack. Patients who have severe breathing ailments may be prescribed another product, usually an inhaler, to administer steroids or some other medication to further prevent attacks. Patients who have a lightweight condition may rely entirely on Ventolin Nebules for relief.

Using the medication takes a bit of practice, as the amount used and the exact technique depends on the type of nebulizer being used as well as patient response. Basically, patients will want to put in either a whole ampule or just enough for a few puffs, depending on the machine and the severity of the attack.

Breathing should be considerably improved within 5 to 10 minutes of administration. If symptoms do not improve, or worsen, emergency medical attention should be sought. In a pinch, if rapid medical treatment is not available, epinephrine---such as an EpiPen---should help alleviate symptoms for a while, buying time until medical attention can be reached.

One thing patients should not do is use more than an entire ampule in 4 hours; doing so can lead to overdose, which may not be apparent until the medication is already taken. Overdose signs include:

  • Rapid heartbeat
  • Significant muscle tremor
  • Significant increase in rate of breathing

The fluid in Ventolin Nebules should be clear and free of particulates; discard if not. Once the foil wrapping around the ampules is opened, take care to keep them out of direct sunlight.

Potential Adverse Effects

The more common side effects of Ventolin Nebules are typically mild, including:

  • Headache
  • Mild dizziness
  • Tremor
  • Dry mouth, dry cough
  • Mild throat irritation
  • Mild flu-like symptoms

The above symptoms are not cause for concern unless severe enough to be disruptive, at which point a doctor should be consulted.

Ventolin Nebules should also be used with extreme caution in those who appear to have had an allergic reaction to albuterol. It's possible the allergic reaction was due to CFC or HFA propellants; this is likely if the reaction was only to inhalers produced since around 2012, but not before. If experiencing the reaction to both older and newer inhalers, the reaction is likely due to the albuterol itself.

Albuterol and non-selective beta-blocking drugs, such as propranolol, should not be used together. Otherwise there are no known interactions.

The effects of Ventolin Nebules on unborn or nursing babies has not been studied. Women should use only as necessary if pregnant or breastfeeding.

Ships from the UK with tracking.

Albuterol Nebules (albuterol, also salbuterol or salbutamol) are a bronchodilator used in both human and veterinary medicine. The medication is in a fluid designed for nebulization, meaning patients will need to have a nebulizer on hand to use it; it will work very poorly used in any other way. Albuterol Nebules are for use in patients aged 4 years old and up, though the dosage strength will vary to some extent in patients under age 12 and in smaller pets.

This product is most commonly used to treat asthma, though it is also used in COPD, emphysema, chronic bronchitis, and other breathing ailments. It only stops immediate bronchospasm; it will not provide long-term benefit in any conditions.

What to Expect from Albuterol Nebules

The first step in starting treatment with Albuterol Nebules is acquiring a nebulizer; these range from around 20 dollars to several hundred, depending on quality. They range from battery-powered, handheld devices to large machines that require a supply of electricity to operate. In some areas a prescription is required to purchase a nebulizer. The choice ultimately depends on finances and personal preference.

Once you have a nebulizer you can get started. Each package of Albuterol Nebules contains a number of ampules, usually wrapped in packs of 5 in foil packaging. This is done because the medication is sensitive to light; once opened, the ampules should be used in 3 months.

Strength is difficult to generalize. The medication is available in 1.5, 2.5, 4, and 5 mg (see Ventolin Nebules if the strength needed is not on this page). As a general rule, if doctor instructions are not available, patients should start with 1.5 mg for patients age 4 to 11 and 2.5 mg for patients age 12 and up. Small pets may require even smaller doses; check with a veterinarian.

To use the ampules:

  • Break a single ampule off from the other ampules it was packaged with.
  • Twist the top of the ampule off to open it.
  • Gently squeeze the fluid into the cup on the nebulizer.
  • Inhale gently---depending on severity, it may take just a few inhalations or the whole ampule.
  • Do not exceed one ampule in 4 hours.

Leaving excess fluid in the nebulizer depends on the type of nebulizer; some are designed to hold it indefinitely, while others---particularly smaller, handheld types---require cleaning after each use. If needed, the empty vial from which the medication was first expressed can be used to hold excess medicine; simply squeeze it, insert the tip in the fluid, and stop squeezing---it should suck up the extra medication. Medication stored in this manner should be used in the next day or two.

Important Precautions

Many patients find Albuterol Nebules makes them rather jittery, with relatively mild symptoms such as:

  • Feeling anxious
  • Flushing or hot flashes
  • Muscle cramps
  • Tremor or shaking
  • Dry mouth
  • Weakness or dizziness
  • Difficulty falling or staying asleep

One thing patients should not do is use more than an entire ampule in 4 hours; doing so can lead to overdose, which may not be apparent until the medication is already taken. Overdose signs include:

  • Rapid heartbeat
  • Significant muscle tremor
  • Significant increase in rate of breathing

Certain other medications may interfere with Albuterol Nebules' effectiveness; check with a doctor of pharmacist if unsure. Simultaneous use of any strong stimulants, such as other types of rescue inhalers, large doses of caffeine, or street drugs such as cocaine can considerably increase risk of serious side effects or overdose.

There is some evidence that Albuterol Nebules (or any albuterol product) use can cause blood pressure to raise or drop, and can interfere with potassium levels in the blood. Both of these conditions can be concerning and warrant attention by a doctor.

The effects of Albuterol Nebules on unborn or nursing babies is unclear; women who are pregnant or breastfeeding should use only as needed.

Online doctor version ships from the UK and is a generic version of Ventolin containing albuterol, the Rx version is brand name and ships from NZ but requires an Rx be sent in.

Ventolin (albuterol or salbutamol) is typically used as a fast-acting rescue inhaler to treat bronchospasm in asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).

The medication is available in several forms:

  • Syrups
  • Tablets
  • Fluid for injection/IV use
  • Fluid for nebulizer use
  • Inhalers

The vast majority of Ventolin use is by inhaler, in which the medication is delivered directly to the lungs, where it is most needed. Nebulizer use is also fairly common, though it is not as convenient as inhalers. Availability of tablets and syrups varies by location, while IV fluids are generally reserved for hospital use.

Getting the Most from Ventolin

Ventolin, like any rescue inhaler, is used as-needed to reduce or eliminate symptoms of bronchospasm. It can be safely used by otherwise-healthy patients age 4 and up. It may be used in addition to long-term maintenance treatments, such as corticosteroid inhalers, but should not be used in addition to other fast-acting treatments, such as epinephrine, without doctor approval.

Treatment is most effective when the inhaler is used properly:

  • New inhalers should be primed by shaking the inhaler well and expelling 4 puffs into the air before use.
  • Inhalers should be primed again if unused for longer than 2 weeks.
  • Administer 1 to 2 puffs as needed when symptoms of bronchospasm begin.
  • Inhale each puff as slowly and steadily as possible.
  • Hold each puff for at least 10 seconds.
  • Wait 30 to 60 seconds before administering a second puff.

Results are usually noticeable just seconds after use, but it may take up to 20 minutes for full effects to be felt. Effects should last 4 to 6 hours. Patients are generally advised not to use the inhaler more than every 4 to 6 hours, and to seek medical attention if bronchospasm is not eliminated. However, if medical attention is not readily available, the inhaler may be administered again after 20 minutes if breathing is still difficult; the risk of overdose is very small compared to the risks associated with asphyxiation.

Some individuals who suffer from exercise-induced bronchospasm use Ventolin as a preventive measure. The medication is administered in the same way, but instead of taking puffs to relieve existing symptoms, puffs are taken 20 to 30 minutes prior to anticipated symptoms--that is, prior to exercise or other activity which usually triggers an attack. Effectiveness can vary greatly between individuals; some are able to prevent attacks completely, while others notice no difference at all.

Treatment typically lasts as long as Ventolin is needed and produces good results, which is usually very long term, often for the remainder of life. If Ventolin inhalers begin to lose effectiveness, speak with a doctor about other options. Many patients find nebulized Ventolin to be more effective than inhalers.

Ventolin Side Effects

Side effects associated with Ventolin are the same as those encountered with any albuterol inhaler. Most side effects are mild and not cause for concern unless severe, and may stop occurring as treatment continues if the inhaler is used with any regularity.

Common side effects include:

  • Restlessness
  • Tremor
  • Headache
  • Mild nausea
  • Dizziness
  • Sore throat
  • Runny nose
  • Heartburn

Less commonly Ventolin may produce more serious, and often more subtle, adverse effects, which do warrant medical attention, including heart beat changes, high blood pressure, low potassium levels and increased blood sugar. Warning signs include:

  • Confusion
  • Extreme thirst
  • Increased urination
  • Muscle pain or weakness, particularly in legs
  • Severe headache
  • Vision changes
  • Chest pain
  • Tinnitus (ringing in ears)
  • Uneven, pounding, or very rapid heart beat
  • Seizures

Also very rarely Ventolin may produce paradoxical bronchospasm, which actually worsens the bronchospasm. This calls for emergency medical attention, and additional Ventolin should not be administered. Paradoxical bronchospasm typically occurs with the first use of a new inhaler.

aaron levine

Ventolin

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Apr 15, 2018

Anthony Warenyk

Ventolin

Very good works right away

Oct 29, 2016

CM McClure

Ventolin

Ventolin is the only rescue inhaler I have used that works like magic. When my allergies or the weather is making my lungs act up, I use this and it works right away. I don't know what I'd do without... it except end up in the hospital every time I get short of breath!

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