Levalbuterol, a broncholidator, is used in the treatment of wheezing, asthma, chronic bronchitis.
How to use
This solution is to be inhaled using a nebulizer. Consult your doctor and use exactly as directed. Consult a paediatrician for the use of this medicine in children.
If you notice any of the symptoms listed below or any other symptoms which seem severe/persistent contact your doctor immediately. palpitations of the heart tightening of the throat increased blood pressure dizziness numbness unusual taste skin rash hives nausea anxiety vomiting trembling severe headache persistent wheezing muscle cramps/weakness difficulty breathing/swallowing/sleeping
Inform your doctor if you are allergic to the formulation of this medication or any other medication in any other form. weight loss medicine thyroid hormones theophylline terfenadine steroid hormones probucol pentamidine methadone mental illness medicine mao inhibitors levomethadyl heart rhythm medicine halofantrine droperidol diuretics colds and breathing difficulties medicine cisapride chloroquine caffeine beta-blockers bepridil atemizole arsenic trioxide antidepressants antibiotics Inform your doctor about any other medication you may be taking in any other form.
In case of overdose, call your local poison control center at 1-800-222-1222. If the victim has collapsed or is not breathing, call local emergency services at 911.
If you conceive whilst on a course with this medication inform your doctor immediately. If you need to undergo any kind of surgery, inform your doctor you are taking this medicine. Inform your doctor if you are pregnant, breast feeding or planning to conceive. Do not treat yourself with OTC medication whilst on a course with this medication, without consulting with your health care professional. Avoid alcohol and alcohol containing beverages whilst on a course with this medication.
Do not double doses to make up for a missed dose.
Ask your doctor or pharmacist for more information.
Store in a cool dry place, away from heat and moisture.
Drink plenty of water. Discard the vial, if the liquid is not colorless. Inform your doctor if you have or have ever had : pheochromocytoma high blood pressure heart disease seizures diabetes lung disease(s) thyroid disease low blood levels of potassium