Buy Proair Inhaler
FDA approved multi-dose inhaler dry powder Proair inhaler (albuterol sulfate) of the Israeli pharmaceutical company Teva Pharmaceutical Industries. Proair inhaler is intended for the treatment or prevention of bronchospasm for 12 years old patients and older with reversible airway obstruction, and for prevention of bronchospasm associated with physical activity. The inhaler is activated by breath.
The active ingredient of albuterol sulfate is a beta-antagonist quick action. Proair inhaler is the first and only dry powder inhaler, breath-activated, FDA has approved for the treatment of acute asthma symptoms.
The efficacy and safety of the use of Proair inhaler was evaluated in an extensive clinical program, including eight tests. The study involved patients older than 12 years with asthma and bronchospasm caused by physical load. Among the side effects associated with the use of Proair inhaler, most often ones are the pain in the back, headache in the area of the sinuses, urinary tract infection and indigestion. Adverse events were comparable to the use of other inhalers of albuterol.
Proair inhaler is a device intended for insertion into the body of drugs by aerosol. Simply put, using inhaler drugs get into the body via the lungs. It is known that drugs can be entered in several ways. Most often it is the oral method which involves the introduction of substances through the digestive system. This medication is available in tablet form. Less frequently, drugs are administered parenterally, that is, directly into the blood stream. In this case, the drug is available in injectable form and is injected into the body by intramuscular or intravenous injection. There is also an aerosol (or aerogenic) way of prescribing. In this case, the drugs enter the body through Proair inhaler. What is the difference between a nebulizer and an inhaler? In fact, an inhaler and a nebulizer are synonyms. Both devices are intended to introduce medicinal substances into the body by aerosol. However, it is considered that among them there are insignificant differences. A nebulizer can also affect the upper, middle and lower respiratory tract. During its tenure, it breaks down the medicinal solution into tiny particles. According to size of obtained particles nebulizers can be classified into several groups. They differ significantly from some types of inhalers. For example, a steam inhaler doesn`t break down the drug into small particles, and immediately turns the liquid into vapour. Also, this type of inhaler affects only the upper respiratory tract that differs it from a nebulizer.
Depending on the objectives of the purpose and principle of operation, the inhalers may be different. Today there is a wide variety of portable inhalers and nebulizers that can be used at home. However, it is not necessary to do this without medical advice. First, the inhalation route of administration of drugs is not suitable for all diseases. Also, some solutions can lose their properties if we introduce them in the body with a nebulizer. If the aerosol route of administration of medication is an essential part of treatment, the doctor may recommend buying a nebulizer to use at home.