What Is Seroflo Rotacaps
Seroflo Rotacaps comprises a mixture of two medications that open the airways and allow you to breathe. It is utilized in treatments for asthma (wheezing and breath shortness) as well as Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder (a lung condition where the flow of air into the lungs is restricted).
The doctor will advise you on the frequency at which you have to take your inhaler. The effects of this medication will be evident within a couple of days but will be at its peak within a couple of weeks.
The medicine should be taken often to get the best results So, continue taking it even if you don’t notice any signs. It’s performing its job. If you stop taking it, your asthma or chronic respiratory disorder (COPD) could become worse.
Minor and major adverse reactions to Seroflo Rotacaps
- Vision blurred
- Nausea and Vomiting
- Runny Nose
- Muscle pain
- White patches on the lips as well as on the tongues
- Hoarseness and throat sores
Uses of Seroflo Rotacaps
What exactly is it used for?
- Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
How To Use Seroflo Rotacaps
The Rotacaps should not take in a swallow. Make sure to read the label prior to use. Place the capsule near the base of the rotahaler and not in the mouthpiece. The mouthpiece should rotate until you hear a click. Breathe into the mouthpiece deeply. Keep your breath in for at least 10 minutes. If you find that some powder remains inside the rotahaler, repeat the process.