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Bronchodilators

Our bronchodilator class of asthma/allergy medications are used as inhalers to relieve symptoms of asthma and other chronic respiratory diseases like chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), including bronchitis and emphysema; also orally for severe symptoms.

Use the search feature to quickly find the product you are looking for by entering either the active ingredient, e.g. salmeterol or the product name e.g. Serevent

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Our bronchodilator class of asthma/allergy medications are used as inhalers to relieve symptoms of asthma and other chronic respiratory diseases like chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), including bronchitis and emphysema; also orally for severe symptoms.

Use the search feature to quickly find the product you are looking for by entering either the active ingredient, e.g. salmeterol or the product name e.g. Serevent

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Atrovent 20mcg Inhalers (Ipratropium)
Atrovent 20mcg Inhalers (Ipratropium)
ipratropium bromide
From $0.16 per Dose
Spiriva Handihaler
Spiriva Handihaler
None
Out Of Stock
Levolin Inhaler (Levosalbutamol) 50mcg 200 Doses/Pack
Levolin Inhaler (Levosalbutamol) 50mcg 200 Doses/Pack

Levosalbutamol 50mcg
Also known as Xopenex or Levalbuterol
From $0.04 per Dose
Levolin Respules 1.25mg (Levosalbutamol)
Levolin Respules 1.25mg (Levosalbutamol)

Levosalbutamol
For inhalation only
Out Of Stock
Levolin (Levosalbutamol 1.25mg) Respules
Levolin (Levosalbutamol 1.25mg) Respules

Levosalbutamol
For inhalation only
From $0.80 per Respule
Meterol (Salmeterol  Xinafoate 25mcg) Inhaler
Meterol (Salmeterol Xinafoate 25mcg) Inhaler

Salmeterol Xinafoate
Also known as Serevent
Out Of Stock
Nuelin SR250 (Theophylline)
Nuelin SR250 (Theophylline)
Theophylline B.P. 250mg
From $0.47 per Tablet
Onbrez Breezhaler (Indacaterol 150mcg)
Onbrez Breezhaler (Indacaterol 150mcg)
Indacaterol
Also known as Arcapta. Includes inhaler
From $2.87 per Capsule
Rotahaler Inhalation Device
Rotahaler Inhalation Device

Applicator only
Use only with Duova, Tiova and Seroflo Rotacaps
From $5.75 per Device
Serevent 25mcg Inhaler CFC Free (Salmeterol)
Serevent 25mcg Inhaler CFC Free (Salmeterol)
Salmeterol Xinafoate
From $0.39 per Dose
Serevent Accuhaler 50mcg (Salmeterol)
Serevent Accuhaler 50mcg (Salmeterol)
Salmeterol Xinafoate
From $0.79 per Dose
Spiriva 18mcg (Tiotropium)
Spiriva 18mcg (Tiotropium)
Tiotropium
Out Of Stock
Spiriva (Tiotropium 18mcg) Capsules (Sourced from Turkey)
Spiriva (Tiotropium 18mcg) Capsules (Sourced from Turkey)
Tiotropium
Original branded product made in Germany (Turkish writing) - comes with English language leaflet. Made in Germany.
From $2.21 per Capsule
Spiriva Respimat 2.5mcg 4ml inhaler
Spiriva Respimat 2.5mcg 4ml inhaler
Tiotropium 2.5mcg
From $1.65 per Puff
Tiova Inhaler (Tiotropium) 200 Doses/Pack
Tiova Inhaler (Tiotropium) 200 Doses/Pack

Tiotropium Bromide 9mcg
Comes with Dose Counter. Also known as Spiriva.
From $0.15 per Dose
Tiova Rotacaps 18mcg 15 Caps (Tiotropium)
Tiova Rotacaps 18mcg 15 Caps (Tiotropium)
On Sale

Tiotropium
Also known as Spiriva
From $0.69 per Capsule
Asthalin Inhaler 100mcg (Salbutamol/Albuterol)
Asthalin Inhaler 100mcg (Salbutamol/Albuterol)

Salbutamol
Also known as Albuterol. Comes with Dose Counter.
From $0.06 per Dose
Ventolin Inhaler (Salbutamol/Albuterol)
Ventolin Inhaler (Salbutamol/Albuterol)
Salbutamol
Also known as Albuterol
From $0.07 per Dose
Ventolin Inhaler (Salbutamol/Albuterol) (Sourced from Turkey)
Ventolin Inhaler (Salbutamol/Albuterol) (Sourced from Turkey)
Salbutamol
Also known as Albuterol. Original branded product made in France by GSK for the Turkish market - comes with English language leaflet.
From $0.06 per Dose
Asthalin Nebules 2.5mg/2.5ml (Salbutamol)
Asthalin Nebules 2.5mg/2.5ml (Salbutamol)

Salbutamol
Also known as Albuterol in the US
From $0.78 per Ampoule
Asthalin Nebules 5mg/2.5ml (Salbutamol)
Asthalin Nebules 5mg/2.5ml (Salbutamol)

Salbutamol
Also known as Albuterol in the US
From $0.93 per Ampoule
Asthalin-4 Tablets (Salbutamol 4mg) 30's
Asthalin-4 Tablets (Salbutamol 4mg) 30's

Salbutamol
Also known as Albuterol in the US
From $0.40 per Tablet

What is bronchospasm?

Bronchospasm is the constriction and narrowing of sensitive and/or inflamed bronchioles in response to an asthma trigger. Bronchospasm is triggered by an inhaled allergen, irritant, cold air, exercise, emotions or can be triggered by some medications like aspirin. Narrowing or the airways is the cause of symptoms like tightness of the chest, shortness of breath, wheezing and cough.

About bronchodilators

All bronchodilators act directly on the bronchioles causing them to dilate or widen, which makes breathing easier. However, there are several different mechanisms by which these medications are effective and some are fast-acting, while others are slower to act but are more long-lasting. Most bronchodilators are taken by inhalation although an oral form is available for taking as tablets.

How do bronchodilators work?

When the bands of smooth muscle surrounding the bronchioles contract and tighten, hey cause the bronchioles to narrow or constrict, which causes difficulty breathing. Bronchodilators act directly on the smooth muscle causing them to relax and this opens up the airways. Two types of bronchodilator are used:
  • Beta 2-agonists bind to and stimulate specific beta 2 adrenergic receptors in the smooth muscle and this causes the airways to relax and widen (bronchodilation). Some are fast-acting and can be used for rescue medication, others are slower to act but are longer lasting and are used to relieve or control symptoms.
  • Anticholinergics block the cholinergic receptors in the smooth muscles of the bronchioles to inhibit muscle contraction and this allows them to widen. These bronchodilators are used for COPD and chronic severe asthma.

Inhaled beta 2-agonists

Salbutamol is a fast-acting bronchodilator that is used as a rescue medication to relieve symptoms of acute asthma or asthma attack. It is usually effective within 5 minutes, lasts for 4-6 hours, and should only be used when needed and not as a regular medication. An asthma preventer should be used for long-term management of asthma.
Salmeterol and formoterol are long-acting bronchodilators that can be used with or without a preventer asthma medication but cannot be used as a rescue medication because of their slow onset of action (10 to 20 minutes). These long-acting bronchodilators are particularly helpful for managing exercise-induced asthma and nocturnal symptoms in asthma, such as night-time cough.

Nebulised beta 2-agonists

Salbutamol and levosalbutamol can be nebulised into a fine aerosol using a nebuliser that creates a fine mist. The bronchodilator medication is then inhaled through a face mask or mouthpiece which is easier for treating severe asthma attack, particularly in children.

Inhaled anticholinergics

Ipratropium and tiotropium are anticholinergic bronchodilators that are used as long-term treatments for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and other obstructive airways disease, like chronic bronchitis, and emphysema. They are delivered into the airways as a dry powder using a special device.

Oral bronchodilators

Salbutamol is available as slow release tablets that are effective within 15 minutes and lasts for up to 8 hours. They are particularly helpful for nocturnal asthma and for severe or unstable asthma, but only in addition to a preventer medication and they are not suitable for asthma attack.

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What is bronchospasm?

Bronchospasm is the constriction and narrowing of sensitive and/or inflamed bronchioles in response to an asthma trigger. Bronchospasm is triggered by an inhaled allergen, irritant, cold air, exercise, emotions or can be triggered by some medications like aspirin. Narrowing or the airways is the cause of symptoms like tightness of the chest, shortness of breath, wheezing and cough.

About bronchodilators

All bronchodilators act directly on the bronchioles causing them to dilate or widen, which makes breathing easier. However, there are several different mechanisms by which these medications are effective and some are fast-acting, while others are slower to act but are more long-lasting. Most bronchodilators are taken by inhalation although an oral form is available for taking as tablets.

How do bronchodilators work?

When the bands of smooth muscle surrounding the bronchioles contract and tighten, hey cause the bronchioles to narrow or constrict, which causes difficulty breathing. Bronchodilators act directly on the smooth muscle causing them to relax and this opens up the airways. Two types of bronchodilator are used:
  • Beta 2-agonists bind to and stimulate specific beta 2 adrenergic receptors in the smooth muscle and this causes the airways to relax and widen (bronchodilation). Some are fast-acting and can be used for rescue medication, others are slower to act but are longer lasting and are used to relieve or control symptoms.
  • Anticholinergics block the cholinergic receptors in the smooth muscles of the bronchioles to inhibit muscle contraction and this allows them to widen. These bronchodilators are used for COPD and chronic severe asthma.

Inhaled beta 2-agonists

Salbutamol is a fast-acting bronchodilator that is used as a rescue medication to relieve symptoms of acute asthma or asthma attack. It is usually effective within 5 minutes, lasts for 4-6 hours, and should only be used when needed and not as a regular medication. An asthma preventer should be used for long-term management of asthma.
Salmeterol and formoterol are long-acting bronchodilators that can be used with or without a preventer asthma medication but cannot be used as a rescue medication because of their slow onset of action (10 to 20 minutes). These long-acting bronchodilators are particularly helpful for managing exercise-induced asthma and nocturnal symptoms in asthma, such as night-time cough.

Nebulised beta 2-agonists

Salbutamol and levosalbutamol can be nebulised into a fine aerosol using a nebuliser that creates a fine mist. The bronchodilator medication is then inhaled through a face mask or mouthpiece which is easier for treating severe asthma attack, particularly in children.

Inhaled anticholinergics

Ipratropium and tiotropium are anticholinergic bronchodilators that are used as long-term treatments for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and other obstructive airways disease, like chronic bronchitis, and emphysema. They are delivered into the airways as a dry powder using a special device.

Oral bronchodilators

Salbutamol is available as slow release tablets that are effective within 15 minutes and lasts for up to 8 hours. They are particularly helpful for nocturnal asthma and for severe or unstable asthma, but only in addition to a preventer medication and they are not suitable for asthma attack.

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