Asthalin 2 mg
Asthalin 4 mg
Asthalin is approved for the treatment of asthma, chronic bronchitis, and emphysema. Salbutamol is the active component in Asthalin. It operates on the beta 2 receptors in the lungs, causing smooth muscle relaxation in the airways, or more specifically, the bronchi. As a result, the patient's airways enlarge and the flow of air available to the lungs rises.
Asthalin is often used once day in the form of one tablet, although your specific instructions will depend on your age, weight, present health, the illness being treated, and the severity of your symptoms. These should be consumed whole and unchanged, and can be taken with or without food, though if you suffer nausea, a snack or meal is recommended prior to use. Never change the shape of the tablets by crushing or splitting them, as this may harm or alter the effects of the contents.
Asthalin may not be appropriate for people with hyperthyroidism, diabetes, convulsion syndromes, hypertension, or cardiovascular disease. Doctors must exhibit extreme caution while treating individuals in this category.
If you discover that the dosage advised by your doctor is no longer effective, or if your symptoms intensify, you must seek emergency medical attention, since this may signal that your asthma is worsening.
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