Salbutamol Inhaler - CFC Free - 100mcg / 200 Doses

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100mcg / 200 Doses

  • Provides quick relief of asthma and COPD symptoms
  • Delivers medication directly into lungs for maximum effectiveness
  • Environmentally friendly - no CFCs used
  • Easy to use button activated delivery system
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Salbutamol CFC-Free inhalers are medication delivery devices used to treat breathing problems such as asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). These inhalers are CFC-free, meaning they do not use chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs), which are harmful to the environment. They are easy to use and provide quick relief of symptoms by directly delivering medication into the lungs. Plus, with their lightweight design and portability, they can easily be taken on the go for fast symptom relief whenever it’s needed.

 

How salbutamol inhalers treat breathing difficulties

These inhalers contain the active ingredient salbutamol, a type of bronchodilator that helps to relax the airways and improve breathing. Breathing conditions like asthma and COPD cause inflammation in your airways, making it more difficult for you to breathe. By widening your airways, salbutamol helps to relieve short-term symptoms like asthma attacks as well as the long-term symptoms associated with these conditions.

 

Directions

Before taking your salbutamol inhaler you should fold down the cap that fits over the mouthpiece. If you’re using the inhaler for the first time, fire two test sprays into the air before use. When you’re ready to use your inhaler, follow these steps:

  • 1. Shake the inhaler vigorously.
  • 2. Hold the inhaler upright and fold down the mouth cap.
  • 3. Breathe out as far as you can naturally. Put the mouthpiece of the inhaler between your lips and breathe in slowly and deeply through the mouthpiece. Don’t stop once the inhaler has puffed the dose into your mouth, continue until you have taken a deep breath.
  • 4. Take the inhaler out of your mouth and hold your breath for 10 seconds or for as long as you comfortably can.
  • 5. Close the cap right away. If you need to take a second puff, wait for one minute between doses and then repeat these staps.

 

Dosage

The right dose of salbutamol for you will be decided by your prescriber, but the manufacturer recommends some dosing guidelines for adults and children. Depending on what you intend to use your inhaler for, adults and adolescents older than 12 will usually take this medication as follows:

  • To relieve symptoms of asthma and other chest conditions: Take one puff as a starting dose, increase to two if necessary.
  • To prevent asthma caused by exercise or allergies: Take two puffs 10-15 minutes before you exercise or come into contact with something you’re allergic to.
  • You should never routinely take more than eight puffs in 24 hours. If you are requiring more doses, you should contact a doctor. 
  • Leave at least 4 hours between each dose.

Children under the age of 12 will usually follow these guidelines:

  • To relieve symptoms of asthma and other chest conditions: Take one puff as a starting dose, increase to two if necessary.
  • To prevent asthma caused by exercise or allergies: Take one puff 10-15 minutes before you exercise or come into contact with something you’re allergic to. Increase to two if necessary.
  • You should never routinely take more than eight puffs in 24 hours.
  • Leave at least 4 hours between each dose.

 

Side effects

Like all medications, salbutamol inhalers can have side effects, although not everyone will experience them. The most common side effects of this treatment include:

  • Feeling tense and getting headaches
  • Shakes or tremors
  • Dizziness

If you experience these or any other side effects while taking this product you should speak to your doctor or pharmacist right away. For a complete list of potential side effects please read the patient information leaflet that comes with your inhaler.

Serious side effects

If you get any of the following side effects of salbutamol you may be experiencing a severe allergic reaction and should seek immediate medical attention:

  • Wheezing
  • Difficulty breathing or swallowing
  • Coughing
  • Swelling of the face, lips, mouth, tongue, or throat
  • An itchy rash or hives
  • A fall in blood pressure
  • Fainting 

 

Warnings

You should not use this product if you are allergic to salbutamol or any of its other ingredients. Speak to your doctor or pharmacist before using this product if you suffer from:

  • An overactive thyroid (hyperthyroidism)
  • Diabetes
  • Serious heart disease
  • Fast irregular heart rhythms
  • High blood pressure
  • Hypoxia
  • Angina

 

Pregnancy and breastfeeding

If you are pregnant or breastfeeding you should speak to your doctor or pharmacist before using salbutamol inhalers.

 

Other medications

You should let your healthcare team know that you are taking this product if you are going to have a procedure under general anaesthetic. You should not use salbutamol for at least 6 hours before you are due to be given an anaesthetic.

Some medications can affect how salbutamol works. You should tell your doctor, prescriber, or pharmacist before using this treatment if you are already taking:

  • Medicines used to treat high blood pressure, such as beta-blockers
  • Other medicines used to treat breathing problems, such as steroids
  • Stimulants
  • Long-term laxatives
  • Medicines used to treat heart disease
  • Antidepressants
  • Water tablets or diuretics
  • Medicines used to treat chronic alcoholism
  • Metronidazole, which is an antimicrobial medication

Salbutamol Inhaler - CFC Free - 100mcg / 200 Doses Reviews

By Amanda Rhodes,
December 14, 2023
Just what I needed after losing my other one. Exactly the same as you get from high street chemist.
By Steffan Donaldson,
July 11, 2023
Excellent
By Mr Carl Nesbitt,
September 07, 2021
alls fine thanx
Frequently Asked Questions

Can children use a salbutamol inhaler?

Children of all ages can use a salbutamol inhaler, although changes may need to be made to doses taken by young children and babies.

 

Children may find it difficult to use a Ventolin inhaler, so your doctor may suggest using a spacer to help them get the dose that they need.

What different types of inhalers are available?

There are three different types of inhalers, reliever inhalers, preventer inhalers, and combination inhalers.

 

  • Reliever inhalers - These are your blue inhalers and they’re given to people with asthma or COPD to relieve symptoms. They’re usually used a few times a week, depending on what your doctor recommends.
  • Preventer inhalers - These are your brown inhalers and they’re given to people who need to use reliever inhalers often. They help to reduce inflammation and sensitivity in your airways by using a steroid and are used every day to help reduce your symptoms.
  • Combination inhalers - These are given to people who find that the combination of reliever and preventer inhalers isn’t enough to control their asthma symptoms. They can be different colours, depending on the inhaler you need. They’re used every day to prevent your symptoms and can be used again if you get symptoms during the day.

Do I need a prescription for this medication?

You do need a prescription for this medication in the UK.

Our healthcare professionals can provide prescriptions if they think this treatment would be right for you and your condition.

When you click the button which reads “Start Consultation” at the top of this page, you’ll see a short questionnaire set up by our healthcare team which is designed to help them understand your medical needs.

Just like an in-person consultation with your GP, our doctors will assess your answers to their questions and write a prescription for the treatment they think will be best for you.

You’ll then be able to pay for your medication and we’ll send it out to you quickly and in discreet packaging.

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