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Airomir is a reliever inhaler that’s used to treat symptoms of asthma when they develop. It’s fast-acting, so it tends to ease symptoms within a couple of minutes.
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Airomir is a reliever inhaler, so you can take it on demand when you get symptoms. The medication is also used for several other lung-related issues; but that depends on your health background and whether your clinician thinks that it’s safe and suitable.
In general, the Airomir autohaler kicks in within 5-10 minutes of inhalation. And depending on your asthma needs, you may need to use it more than once.
The active ingredient in Airomir is Salbutamol sulfate. It’s a type of medication called a ‘bronchodilator’, and helps to open up the tubes that lead to your lungs.
The Airomir autohaler relaxes these muscles, which in turn, make the airways expand, and allows you to breathe in and out.
It won’t prevent asthma – asthma is a condition that’s managed rather than cured – but it is used to help your symptoms when they flare up.
Salbutamol inhaler dosage and other salbutamol info - Patient. [Accessed 1 Sep. 2021]
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Always follow the advice of your clinician. Typically, you’ll use the autohaler as follows:
If you’ve been advised to take more than one puff, wait 30-60 seconds before repeating the process.
Make sure you clean your inhaler regularly as instructed by our clinician. It’s important to keep them in good condition so that they don’t start to jam or get clogged up.
If Airomir fails to control your asthma attack you should seek urgent medical help.
It’s likely, yes. There are two types of inhalers used for asthma treatment: reliever inhalers and preventer inhalers. Airomir, a reliever inhaler, relieves sudden asthma symptoms and asthma attacks. So it works in real-time. Or in some cases, you may use it before any strenuous physical activity.
While a reliever inhaler is used to treat asthma, a preventer inhaler works a bit differently. It’s prescribed to be used continuously to help with your asthma symptoms. If you’re already using one of these, let our clinician know during your consultation.
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