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    Atrovent (Ipratropium Bromide)

    TypeDrug NameDosage 
    Atrovent0.25 mg/2 ml/2 ml/20 neb
    Atrovent0.5 mg/2ml/2 ml/20 neb
    Atrovent20 mcg/10 ml/200 dose
    Atrovent20 mcg/200 dose

    Generic Equivalent of Atrovent

    TypeDrug NameDosage 
    Ipratropium Bromide0.25 mg/ml/1 ml/20 neb
    Ipratropium Bromide0.25 mg/ml/2 ml/10 neb
    Ipratropium Bromide0.25 mg/ml/20 ml


    Buy Atrovent HFA from Canada
    * The product images are for reference only. Generic equivalents may also be supplied by alternate manufacturers.

    How and Where to Buy Atrovent Online?


    We carry Atrovent, as well as its generic equivalent right here on www.CanadianPharmacyWorld.com. You need a valid prescription from your doctor to place your order, but rest assured, the process is very easy. If you’d rather speak with someone, dial 1-866-485-7979. One of our pharmacy technicians would be happy to assist you. Please also look over our FAQ page if you have additional questions.

    Are there Alternative Names for the Brand and Generic Atrovent?


    Atrovent is the brand name drug manufactured by Boehringer Ingelheim, and its generic equivalent is called ipratropium bromide.

    What Dosages and Forms is Atrovent available in?


    At Canadian Pharmacy World, we carry both the brand name medication, Atrovent, and its generic counterpart, Ipratropium Bromide. They are available in the following dosages:

    ATROVENT


    0.25mg/2ml/2ml/20 Nebules

    0.5mg/2ml/2ml/20 Nebules

    20mcg/10ml/200 metered dose Inhaler

    20mcg/200 metered dose Inhaler

    IPRATROPIUM BROMIDE


    0.25mg/ml/1ml/20 Nebules

    0.25mg/ml/2ml/10 Nebules

    0.25mg/ml/20 ml Inhaler

    What is Atrovent used for?


    Atrovent is a bronchodilator that’s used to relax muscles in the airways to increase air flow to the lungs. It’s used to treat bronchospasm, bronchitis, emphysema, lung disease, or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Controlling symptoms of breathing problems from these medical issues can decrease time lost from school or work and improve the quality of life.

    This medication is a preventive inhaler and it is not meant to treat a bronchospasm attack. Be sure to use this medication in combination with a fast-acting rescue inhaler, as prescribed.

    What are the Possible Side Effects of Atrovent?


    Most medications will come with side effects. Before deciding if Atrovent is right for you, take a closer look at what you might expect.

    Here are some of the most common side effects that come with taking Atrovent:

    • Headache;

    • Dizziness;

    • Stuffy nose;

    • Sinus pain;

    • Dry mouth;

    • Cough;

    • Hoarseness;

    • Nausea;

    • Upset stomach;

    • Constipation;

    • Fever, chills, body aches, flu symptoms;

    • Back pain;

    • Minor nosebleed;

    • Sore throat;

    • Blurred vision;

    • Unusual or unpleasant aftertaste

    Contact your doctor immediately and ask them if you should stop taking Atrovent, especially if you experience any of the following side effects:
    • Bronchospasm, especially after starting a new canister of medicine;

    • Blurred vision, eye pain, or seeing halos around lights;

    • Pain or burning urination;

    • Urinating less than usual, or not at all;

    • Worsening of your symptoms

    Stop taking Atrovent and seek help if you have any signs of allergic reaction, which includes:
    • Sneezing;

    • Runny or stuffy nose;

    • Hives;

    • Swelling of your lips, face, tongue, and/or throat

    Are there any Precautions and Drug interactions of Atrovent?


    You should not use Atrovent if you’re allergic to ipratropium or atropine.

    Be sure to talk to your doctor to determine if Atrovent is safe for you, particularly if you have or have had the following:
    • Narrow-angle glaucoma;

    • Bladder obstruction or other urinary problems;

    • Enlarged prostate;

    • Liver or kidney disease

    Atrovent can have interactions with other medications. We’re not able to show all the possible interactions, but here are the most notable products and medications known to interact with Atrovent Inhalers:
    • Bladder or urinary medicines;

    • Other bronchodilators;

    • Cold or allergy medicines that contain antihistamines;

    • Parkinson’s disease medications;

    • Medicines used to treat excess stomach acid, stomach ulcers, motions sickness, or irritable bowel syndrome (IBS.

    Be sure to talk to your doctor if you are using the above medications, and any you start or stop while on Atrovent.

    Atrovent Storage and Safety Information


    Store Atrovent in a closed container at room temperature away from extreme heat, light, and moisture. Keep the cap closed tightly when not in use, and do not allow the medication to freeze or get too hot. (Do not store in a vehicle glovebox, for example.) The canister can explode. Do not puncture or burn empty canisters.

    Atrovent is not expected to harm an unborn infant, however, it’s not known if Atrovent inhalation can pass into breast milk. Tell your doctor if you’re pregnant or nursing.

    Avoid getting the spray into your eyes. If this happens, rinse with water.

    Call your doctor right away if it seems like your medications don't work as well, or if your condition gets worse.

    Seek emergency help or call Poison Control at 1-800-463-5060 immediately if you suspect an overdose.

    Atrovent should not be used by a child under the age of 5 years old without medical advice.

    Keep out of the reach of children.

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