Levolin Respules 0.31 Mg
- The active ingredient in Levolin Respules 0.31 Mg is Levosalbutamol, a Bronchodilator. It treats bronchospasm in adults, adolescents, and children aged 6-11.
- Before starting treatment, your doctor may require diagnostic tests. Caution is needed for patients with certain conditions.
- Pregnant and breastfeeding women should use it cautiously and seek doctor’s advice. Children under 6 years should not use Levolin Respules 0.31 Mg. If any side effects occur, see your doctor immediately.
Uses Of Levolin 0.31mg Respule
- Used to treat bronchospasm (constriction of airways) in reversible obstructive airway disease
How Levolin 0.31mg Respule Works
- Levolin Respules 0.31 Mg assists in treating and preventing bronchospasm through the relaxing of smooth muscle in bronchial tubes (airway) to increase air flow and ease shortness of breath through the activation of an enzyme, which inhibits the release of cells called mast cells that are responsible for causing asthma.
Side effects from using Levolin 0.31 mg Respules
- Blocked or runny nose
- Sore throat and hoarseness
- Arms and legs shaking and trembling
- Decreased appetite
- Muscle pain and cramps
- Eyelid, face, lips, and tongue swelling
- Skin rash
- Chest pain and discomfort
- Sleep disturbances
- Increased heartbeat
- Difficulty in swallowing
- Difficulty in speaking
- Chest tightness
Levolin Respules 0.31 Mg Dosage
When you remember, take the skipped dose as soon as possible. If the next dose is due soon, then the missed dose can be missed.
If one suspects an overdose with these pills, contact your MD right away. Overdose symptoms may include dry mouth, muscle tremors, chest discomfort, increased heart rate, seizures, and loss of consciousness.
Special Precautions And Cautions For Levolin Respules 0.31 Mg
This pill is for pregnant women in emergencies. Talk to your doctor about using it and the good and bad points.
This medicine is not advised for breastfeeding mothers. Its effect on infants is unestablished. If necessary, your MD may advise you to stop breastfeeding.
- Store it in a controlled environment with temperatures between 2°C and 25°C. Keep it away from light and excessive heat.
FAQs About Levolin 0.31mg Respule
1. What is Levolin 0.31mg Respule used for?
Levolin 0.31mg Respules treat asthma and COPD respiratory conditions. Levolin 0.31mg Respules contain a medicine called levosalbutamol. This medicine helps to relax the muscles in the airways, making it easier to breathe.
2. How should I use Levolin 0.31mg Respules?
Follow the instructions provided by your healthcare provider. Generally, Levolin Respules are inhaled through a nebulizer. The usual dosage is one respule, administered 3-4 times a day, or as directed by your doctor.
3. What are the possible side effects of Levolin 0.31mg Respules?
Common side effects may include headache, tremors, increased heart rate, and nervousness. If you experience severe or persistent side effects, consult your healthcare professional promptly.
4. Can Levolin 0.31mg Respules be used in children?
Levolin Respules are often given to kids. The amount may change based on the child’s age and weight. Always follow the doctor’s advice for proper use. Always follow the pediatrician’s recommendations for proper use.
|Asthma, Chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder (COPD)
|20 Respule/s, 40 Respule/s, 60 Respules/s