Ventolin review

Breathing difficulties can be debilitating. It can keep you from doing a lot of things. Much worse, it can affect your quality of life. For breathing difficulties that is mostly related with asthma, bronchospasm, and other breathing disorders, Ventolin is a gift from above.

Ventolin is a bronchodilator. It relaxes the muscles in the airways, making it easier for air to reach the lungs. It comes in a form that is inhalable. It gives amazing relief to those who are having trouble breathing.

As with any kind of medicine, Ventolin must be handled well to be effective and safe. Patients who undergo this kind of medication treatment must take extra precautions to ensure that it is not making the condition worse.

Before taking Ventolin, make sure that you have consulted a medical professional. Your doctor will make you undergo a series of tests to ensure that Ventolin is the right drug to treat your symptoms. The severity of your condition, your medical history, and some other factors will be looked at to determine the proper dosage that should work for you.

Tell your doctor if you have a recurring heart condition, high blood pressure, diabetes, thyroid problem, and seizure disorder. Patients who suffer from those conditions may need to be prescribed with another drug or a dosage adjustment at the very least. Ventolin must also used with care in pregnant and lactating women. This medicine may harm an offspring so it is important that such a factor is discussed.

While you are under medication, your doctor may also request periodical tests and consultations to ensure that the drug is working right for you. It is your responsibility, on the other hand, to consult your doctor for any disturbing condition that you may experience while on therapy.

Ventolin is available in inhalable form. The administration of the drug must be carefully supervised, especially in young children to ensure that the proper dosage is enjoyed. A Ventolin overdose is very dangerous and can be fatal. That is why it is important that you stick to your doctor’s instructions regarding the use of the drug. As with any medicine, efficiency comes with regular use. Remember to take your dose on schedule. If you missed a dose, take it as soon as you remember. If it is too close to your next dose, discard that missed dose and continue with your regular dosing schedule.

If you are using the medicine for the first time or first time in a long while, you need to make at least four test sprays in the air away from your mouth. Before using the sprayer, shake it well. Breathe out before you put the inhaler onto your mouth. Spray and keep your mouth close for ten seconds. Then, slowly, breathe out. If you are prescribed to use Ventolin more than once at a time, make an allowance before your next inhalation. A minute or two will do.

It is different altogether when you are using Ventolin with a nebulizer instead of an inhaler. In this case, you need to be careful about the amount of the drug to be used at a time. The treatment lasts until all the Ventolin in the drug chamber is inhaled.

Especially for first time users, Ventolin may pose some side effects. The most common of them include insomnia, nervousness, dry mouth, cough, muscle pain, and diarrhea. Unless those symptoms become severe, they should not cause alarm. Such side effects may appear only for a short time until your body gets used to having Ventolin in your system. If you experience serious ones like palpitation and high blood pressure, call your doctor immediately.

Ventolin has the following structural formula:

Chemical structure of ventolin

• Molecular formula of ventolin is C13H21NO3
• Chemical IUPAC Name is 2-(hydroxymethyl)-4-(1-hydroxy-2-tert-butylamino-ethyl)-phenol
• Molecular weight is 239.311 g/mol
Ventolin available : 0.63mg/3ml solution 3ml plastic container, 2mg/5ml syrup, 2mg tablets, 4mg tablets

Generic name: Albuterol

Brand name(s): Accuneb, Aerolin, Albuterol sulfate, Asmaven, Broncovaleas, Cetsim, Cobutolin, Ecovent, Loftan, Proventil, Rotahaler, Salbulin, Salbutamol, Salbutard, Salbutine, Salbuvent, Solbutamol, Sultanol, Venetlin, Volma, Volmax, Xopenex

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