What is the description of Albuterol rota caps?
Albuterol prevents chronic pulmonary obstructive disorder, asthma, shortness of breath, wheezing, and difficult breathing. Albuterol comes under the class of bronchodilators that works by relaxation and the opening of air passages towards lungs for easier breathing. It also relieves exercise-induced bronchospasm. Albuterol works on beta two adrenergic agonists.
What is the dosage information of Albuterol rota caps?
For managing acute asthma in adults, use two puffs (metered dose inhaler) every 4 to 6 hours as required. The dose of inhalation capsules is 200 mcg inhaled after every 4 to 6 hours, the dose may be increased to 400 mcg every 4 to 6 hours. The adult dose for the chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder is 2 puffs of metered dose inhaler after every 4 to 6 hours as required and the inhalation capsules is 200 mcg inhaled after every 4 to 6 hours.
What are the contraindications with Albuterol rota caps?
- Do not use Albuterol rota caps if you have an allergic reaction to this drug.
- Never use if you are allergic to milk proteins.
- It should not be used in patients who are less than 4 years old.
- Contraindicate if you have diabetes, high blood pressure, heart rhythm disorder, overactive thyroid, epilepsy, or low levels of potassium or use on doctor advice.
- Do not use if you are pregnant or are breastfeeding your child.
What are the warnings and precautions to follow with Albuterol rota caps?
- Do not spill contents of capsules over your eyes, if so wash with water.
- Use when you know the exact procedure.
What are the side effects with Albuterol rota caps?
Some after effects you observe with Albuterol rota caps are as
- Body aches, headache
- Feeling nervous, nausea
- Diarrhea, sore throat
- Dizziness, wheezing
- Choking, pounding heartbeats
- High blood sugar, low potassium
- Burning sensation when you urinate
What are the drugs that interact with Albuterol rota caps?
Some drugs than possibly interact with Albuterol rota caps are
- Digoxin, diuretic
- Antidepressant (Imipramine, Doxepin)
- Beta-blocker (Atenolol, Metoprolol, Sotalol)
- MAO inhibitor (Linezolid, Phenelzine)