Duolin Inhaler (Levosalbutamol/Ipratropium) - 50mcg/20mcg

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1 Inhaler$15.00$15/Piece
2 Inhaler$28.00$14/Piece
3 Inhaler$51.00$17/Piece

About Duolin Inhaler:

The doctor will advise you on the frequency at which you have to take your inhaler. The effects of Duolin Inhaler can be felt within a couple of days, but it’s only going to get to its peak within a few weeks. The medicine should be taken frequently to ensure its effectiveness and so continue to take it even if you don’t suffer from any symptoms.

This means that it’s doing its job. If you stop taking it your COPD may get worse. Duolin Inhaler should not be used to alleviate breath shortness that occurs suddenly. If sudden breath shortness is experienced, Duolin Inhaler is best to use your emergency inhaler. In order to benefit from this medication, ensure that you are using the inhaler procedure correctly, or else it will not function as well.

The most commonly reported adverse effects include dryness in the mouth, breath shortness, and cough. Other symptoms include tremors, tremors as well as palpitations, headaches, and muscle cramps. If you notice any of these do not stop taking the medication however, do consult your physician.

You can reduce certain of these signs by rinsing your mouth or throat with water or brushing your teeth following the use of the inhaler. There are some other, less frequent negative side effects that could be more serious. Consult your physician If you’re concerned about them.

Before you start taking the medication prior to taking it, inform your doctor if you suffer from any liver or kidney disease so that the doctor can recommend a dose that is suitable for you. Also, inform your doctor if pregnant, are planning to become pregnant, or are nursing.

Benefits of Duolin Inhaler:

Duolin Inhaler is an amalgamation of medications that help the lungs’ airways remain open. They help through relaxing muscles in these airways. This allows for air to flow in and out. It can ease symptoms like chest tightness and breathlessness, coughing, wheezing, and helps you perform your daily tasks more smoothly.

Duolin Inhaler is safe and efficient medicine. It typically begins to work in a matter of minutes, and its effects can last for several hours. Don’t stop taking it unless recommended to do so by your doctor. You must make sure you are using your inhaler properly in order for it to function effectively. If you’re not sure consult your physician or nurse.

Side Effects:

  • Dryness in mouth
  • Breathlessness
  • Cough
  • Tremors
  • Headache
  • Palpitations
  • Muscle cramp

How to Use:

Read the label carefully for directions before using it. Inhaler shaker. When you breathe through your mouth and out, press the inhaler a few times to release the medication. Then breathe for a period of 10 seconds. Repeat until you’ve inhaled the number of puffs recommended by your doctor. Afterward, wash your mouth with plenty of water and then flush the medication out.

Works:

Duolin Inhaler is made up of two drugs: Levosalbutamol and Ipratropium. Levosalbutamol acts as a bronchodilator. Ipratropium acts as an anticholinergic. They function by relaxing the muscles in the airways and broadening the airways. Together they help breathe easier.

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FAQs

Is Duolin a steroid inhaler?

No, the Duolin Respules do not contain steroids. It contains Ipratropium and Levosalbutamol which relaxes the muscles of the airways in the lungs.
Adults (including elderly patients): Two inhalations four times daily. The dose may be increased as required up to a maximum of 12 inhalations in 24 hours. Children: There has been no experience with the use of Duolin Inhaler in children below the age of 12 years.
Duolin Inhaler is a combination of two bronchodilators, namely: Levosalbutamol and Ipratropium bromide. 
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