Asthalin Respule 2.5 mg 2.5 ml
Asthalin Respule is used to treat and relieve symptoms of brochospasm, which is the condition of narrowing of the small airways of the lungs or brochioles that happens in reversible obstructive diseases like asthma, chronic bronchitis and emphysema.
Asthalin Respule is used to relieve breathing difficulties caused by brochospasm with symptoms including, wheezing, shortness of breath, tightness of the chest. Asthalin Respule can also be used to prevent exercise induced bronchospasm, which is a form of asthma that is only triggered by exercise; also allergy induced asthma to a known allergens like pollen or cats. Asthalin Respule is a “reliever” because it is has a rapid onset (within 5 minutes) but is short-acting and is a rescue medication that can be used if an asthma attack happens, or to avoid an asthma attack. Asthalin Respule will not treat the asthma disease and you will most likely be taking a regular “preventer” medication such as an inhaled corticosteroid.
Asthalin Respule contains Salbutamol, a beta 2-agonist and bronchodilator that acts directly on the small airways of the lungs (bronchioles). Contraction of the bands of smooth muscle that surrounds the small bronchiole tubes causes narrowing of the airways in response to an asthma trigger. Salbutamol in Asthalin Respule binds to beta 2 receptors on the smooth muscle causing the muscle to relax and the airways to widen (bronchodilation). This reduces bronchospasm (contraction or the airways) and allows the airways to open making it easier to breathe and removing symptoms of asthma, such as tightness of the chest, wheezing, cough and shortness of breath. Salbutamol is a rapid-acting bronchodilator but has a short duration of action, lasting 4-6 hours and is used as a reliever medication for severe asthma, delivered into the lungs as an aerosol with each actuation.
Side effects when taking Asthalin Respule include: headache, tremor, tachycardia (rapid heart beat), less common side effects include, palpitations mouth and throat irritation, muscle cramp.
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