Once you have been prescribed Atrovent by your doctor in-person, you are able to buy a 20mcg inhaler online after completing the online consultation. This will be a consultation completed and verified by our a qualified doctor. This is because your personal health history and current medications must be taken into account before a doctor can safely prescribe Atrovent for you.
When ordering from a certified online pharmacy, you can be ensured that your medication is safe. If the pharmacy doesn't ask you to complete essential health and medical question, however, this is a telltale sign that the website isn't certified. The website should also display clear signs that it is registered and approved by the relevant authorities. In the UK, this includes being registered by the MHRA, GMC .
All medication will be delivered in tamper proof packaging complete with the full patient leaflet, which confirms that the medication is clinically proven and highly effective.
When ordering Atrovent online here at Medilico, this is an all-inclusive price including the prescription, consultation, medication and delivery. There are no hidden costs. The price adjusts depending on the dosage and quantity you have ordered.
No. All clinically proven medication requires a valid prescription and Atrovent is no exception. This is to confirm the medication is perfectly safe and highly effective for you to use. The prescription process will involve a short consultation – this is the same in person as well as online – and involves medical and personal question to ensure Atrovent is compatible with you. For STI medications, you must have tested positive before taking the treatment.
Atrovent is a hydrofluoroalkane (HFA) propelled inhaler containing the active ingredient ipratropium bromide. Ipratropium bromide is an antimuscarinic bronchodilator. It tackles asthma by relaxing the airways.
Atrovent unit dose vials (UDVs) are for use in a nebuliser. Nebulisers are machines that are used in a breathing emergency. They convert a liquid form of Atrovent into a breathable spray in a higher dose than a puffer inhaler.
The active ingredient relaxes the airways to prevent the constriction and tightness that marks asthma and other breathing problems.
Because it's an antimuscarinic, Atrovent prevents the muscarinic lung receptors from reacting to the chemical acetylcholine that can cause airway constriction. Its effects last for three to six hours and they begin to work effectively after 30 to 60 minutes.
The Atrovent CFC-free inhaler is usually taken three to four times a day in adults with a single or double puff dosage. However, your doctor will prescribe an appropriate dose for you during your consultation.
If it's been awhile since you used the inhaler, or it's a new one, you should puff two doses away from your face to test its working correctly.
You should keep your Atrovent inhaler clean and avoid dropping it. If you do drop the inhaler check it is working by puffing a dose into the air. If it doesn't work correctly you should obtain a new inhaler. Always replace the cap to ensure no dirt or easily inhaled objects become lodged in the mouthpiece.
To clean your Atrovent inhaler you can remove the spray canister and wash the inhaler piece with soapy water. Allow it to dry completely before replacing the canister or the spray function becomes compromised. More detailed instructions are included on the medicine sheet.
Always keep your Atrovent inhaler away from sources of heat, light, moisture and cold. This includes hot cars for example.
If you struggle to simultaneously press the top of your Atrovent and breathe in you may benefit from a spacer.
Spacers are large plastic mouthpieces that cover your mouth and nose. This enables you to deliver the dose and breathe it in at a steady rate. Children and those with dexterity issues find them particularly useful. Ask your doctor about the right spacer for the Atrovent inhaler. It's important to have the correct size so that the medicine doesn't escape. The correct match for Atrovent is the AeroChamber Plus spacer.
Atrovent is available as a 20mcg inhaler canister. One canister holds 200 puffs of Atrovent.
If you miss a dose take it when you remember, but skip it if the next dose is approaching.
As with all medicines, Atrovent may cause side effects in some people. Although rare these can include:
If you experience any of these issues speak to a doctor straight away for advice.
More common side effects are:
Anyone with an allergy to ipratropium bromide should not use Atrovent as it's the active ingredient. If you use Atrovent and find you have difficulty breathing or your lips and mouth swell, you may be experiencing an allergic reaction and should speak to your doctor at once.
Other people who may not be able to use Atrovent include:
If you have any of these conditions you should tell your doctor during the consultation.
Many people use Atrovent successfully but there are some medicines that may cause a negative interaction. These include:
You should indicate all current medications including over-the-counter remedies, herbal medicines or temporary cold and flu relief medicine during your consultation.
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