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1

albuterol sulfate

ProAir HFA

show proper usage technique
wash mouthpiece and air dry at least once a week
ER tablets, swallow whole don't crush or chew
contact Dr. if more albuterol is needed to control symptoms

2

budesonide/formoterol

Symbicort

show proper technique
wait 1 min inbetween inhalations
rinse mouth out with water after doses
wash mouth piece once a week
store at room temperature
not for acute asthma exacerbations

3

budesonide

Pulmicort Respules

Show proper technique
store in upright position at room temperature
once pouch is opened, doses are only good for 2 weeks, throw away after that
Not for acute asthma attacks

4

fluticasone/salmeterol

Advair Diskus

show proper technique
moinitor for signs of toxicity (adrenal insufficency, oral candidiasis, worsening pulmonary fxn)

5

fluticason oral inhaler

Flovent

show proper technique
moinitor for signs of toxicity (adrenal insufficency, oral candidiasis, worsening pulmonary fxn)

6

ipratropium/albuterol

Combivent

show inhaler technique
wash mouth piece daily
store at room temperature
each canister has 200 doses. keep track, don't use after 200
seek medical attention if prescribed dose doesn't work or if symptoms worsen

7

levalbuterol

Xopenex HFA

Show Inhaler technique
wash mouth piece out at least once a week
store at room temperature
tell prescriber if you need to use a larger dose to control symptoms--> asthma deterioration

8

montelukast

Singulair

Not for acute asthma attacks
report increased use of short acting bronchodilators, don't discontinue using other asthma medications
take in the evening if you have asthma

9

tiotropium

Spiriva

not for acute bronchospasm (resue therapy)
may increase HR, dry mouth, urinary retention, respiratory tract infection, sinusitis
drug capsules are for inhalation only-don't swallow

10

ProAir HFA

albuterol sulfate

show proper technique
wash mouth piece out once a week
extended release tablets- don't chew or crush (may pass in stool)
contact prescriber if more albuterol is needed to control symptoms (asthma deterioration)

11

Symbicort

budesonide/formoterol

show proper technique
wait 1 min inbetween inhalations
rinse mouth out with water after doses
wash mouth piece once a week
store at room temperature
not for acute asthma exacerbations

12

Pulmicort Respules

budesonide

Show proper technique
store in upright position at room temperature
once pouch is opened, doses are only good for 2 weeks, throw away after that
Not for acute asthma attacks

13

Advair Diskus

fluticasone/salmeterol

show proper technique
moinitor for signs of toxicity (adrenal insufficency, oral candidiasis, worsening pulmonary fxn)

14

Flovent

fluticason oral inhaler

show proper technique
moinitor for signs of toxicity (adrenal insufficency, oral candidiasis, worsening pulmonary fxn)

15

Combivent

ipratropium/albuterol

show inhaler technique
wash mouth piece daily
store at room temperature
each canister has 200 doses. keep track, don't use after 200
seek medical attention if prescribed dose doesn't work or if symptoms worsen

16

Xopenex HFA

levalbuterol

Show Inhaler technique
wash mouth piece out at least once a week
store at room temperature
tell prescriber if you need to use a larger dose to control symptoms--> asthma deterioration

17

Singulair

montelukast

Not for acute asthma attacks
report increased use of short acting bronchodilators, don't discontinue using other asthma medications
take in the evening if you have asthma

18

Spiriva

tiotropium

not for acute bronchospasm (resue therapy)
may increase HR, dry mouth, urinary retention, respiratory tract infection, sinusitis
drug capsules are for inhalation only-don't swallow