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Salamol CFC-Free Inhaler

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Salamol inhalers are used to relieve symptoms of asthma and other respiratory conditions. It contains salbutamol sulfate,...

Salamol inhalers are used to relieve symptoms of asthma and other respiratory conditions. It contains salbutamol sulfate, which is a bronchodilator used to relieve symptoms of asthma and COPD. It is a fast acting bronchodilator which can relieve symptoms such as coughing, wheezing and chest tightness associated with asthma and other breathing conditions.

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Description of Salamol CFC-Free Inhaler

Salamol CFC-Free Inhaler for Asthma & Breathing Problems

Asthma and Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) are breathing conditions that primarily affect the lungs and can cause a range of breathing difficulties. Asthma often occurs after exposure to a trigger, however, it can happen randomly. Triggers may include common allergies to pollen or animal dander, infections, environmental changes or from exercise.

Salamol CFC-Free Inhaler is an aerosol reliever inhaler used to treat the symptoms of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and asthma, e.g., breathlessness, coughing, wheezing etc. 


What is the Salamol CFC-Free Inhaler and how does it work?

The active drug is salbutamol sulfate. It causes the relaxation of the muscles in the lungs and airways, making it easy for you to breathe. The effects are noticeable immediately and can last up to 2 to 4 hours.

This is a reliever inhaler that can be used in acute or sudden asthma attacks.


Is the Salamol CFC-Free Inhaler right for me?

If you are diagnosed with asthma, COPD or other breathing condition, you may be prescribed Salamol CFC-Free Inhaler by a doctor or healthcare professional. However, it may not be suitable for you if you have the following:

  • If you are allergic to salbutamol sulfate or any other ingredients in this medicine
  • If you have a condition known as hypoxia or if you have a history of heart disease or angina
  • If you have a history of thyroid problems, diabetes, serious heart disease or fast irregular heart rhythms
  • If you have high blood pressure
  • If you are taking xanthine derivatives or steroids to treat asthma
  • If you are taking diuretics (water tablets), beta-blockers, medicines to treat chronic alcoholism or depression or metronidazole

Side Effects of Salamol CFC-Free Inhaler

All medications can cause potential side effects, below we have listed some potential side effects of Salamol CFC-Free Inhaler. However, these do not always occur and are mostly mild in nature. But if you experience any prolonged or worrying side effects of Salamol CFC-Free Inhaler, please discontinue the medication immediately and consult your doctor.

Common side effects include:

  • Feeling tense
  • Headache
  • Feeling shaky
  • Dizziness

Salamol CFC-Free Inhaler Additional Information

Salamol inhalers are available in different sizes and strengths, so it is important to choose the right one for your needs. If you have never used a Salamol inhaler before, or if you are unsure which one is right for you, speak to your doctor or pharmacist.

When using a Salamol inhaler, it is important to follow the instructions on the packaging carefully. Be sure to shake the inhaler well before each use, and prime it by pressing down on the canister several times before your first puff. Inhale deeply and evenly, and hold your breath for 10 seconds before exhaling. If you are using more than one puff of medication, wait at least 30 seconds between puffs.

If you have any questions about using your Salamol inhaler, speak to your doctor or pharmacist.

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Easi-Breathe spacer devices can be used with Salamol inhalers to help improve the delivery of the medication to the lungs. Spacers are plastic devices that attach to the mouthpiece of the inhaler and hold a small amount of medication in a chamber. When you breathe in, the medication is drawn into the chamber and then into your lungs. This can help reduce side effects such as throat irritation, and it can also make it easier to use an inhaler if you have trouble coordinating your breathing with pressing down on the canister. Easi-Breathe spacers are available from most pharmacies.


Salamol Dose

Salamol inhalers are used to relieve symptoms of asthma and other respiratory conditions. They work by delivering a measured dose of medication directly to the lungs. Salamol inhalers are available in different sizes and strengths, so it is important to choose the right one for your needs. If you have never used a Salamol inhaler before, or if you are unsure which one is right for you, speak to your doctor or pharmacist.

When using a Salamol inhaler, it is important to follow the instructions on the packaging carefully. Be sure to shake the inhaler well before each use, and prime it by pressing down on the canister several times before your first puff.


Is Salamol a Steroid?

No, salamol is not a steroid, it is a beta agonist. Salamol is a fast acting bronchodilator, it is delivered directly to the lungs (through inhalation) where it can quickly start working to relieve asthma symptoms. 

How to use Salamol CFC-Free Inhaler?

Always use Salamol CFC-Free Inhaler exactly as prescribed by your doctor or advised by the pharmacist. The recommended starting dose for adults to relieve asthma is one puff (100mcg), however, in presence of other factors, this may be increased or decreased accordingly as per the prescriber's clinical judgement.                    

For adults:

  • To relieve asthma - one puff as a starting dose, this may be increased to two puffs if necessary
  • To prevent asthma - two puffs 10-15 minutes before exercise or exposure to a trigger
  • The maximum dose is 8 puffs in 24 hours. Wait 4 hours between doses

Instructions:

  • Shake the inhaler vigorously
  • Hold the inhaler upright and open it by folding the cap
  • Breathe out normally as far as you comfortably can. then hold the mouthpiece between your lips, making sure that your hand is not blocking the airholes
  • Breathe in steadily and deeply through the mouthpiece, at the same time as you start to breathe in, press the aerosol canister with your first finger to spray the aerosol and release the medicine. 
  • Continue to breathe slowly and deeply
  • Take the inhaler out of your mouth and hold your breath for 10 seconds, or for as long as you comfortably can
  • Then breathe out slowly

Do not use your inhaler more often than the