Buy Proventil Inhaler (Salbutamol)

TypeDrug NameDosagePrice from 
drug typeProventil Inhaler100 mcg/200 dose$49.99

Generic Equivalent of Proventil Inhaler

TypeDrug NameDosagePrice from 
drug typeSalbutamol100 mcg/200 dose$47.99

Proventil Inhaler Information

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Buy Generic Salbutamol 100mcg
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How and Where to Buy Proventil Inhaler Online?

Get a discounted price on your Proventil Inhaler when you order right here at You can also place your order over the phone by dialing 1-866-485-7979. All you need is a valid prescription and our Canadian Pharmacy will provide you with the name brand, or generic medications you’re looking for.

Are there Alternative Names for the Brand and Generic Proventil Inhaler?

There are a few brand name inhalers which use albuterol to control and relax muscle spasms in their airways. The brand names include: Albuterol, ProAir HFA, Proventil HFA, and Ventolin HFA. We also currently carry the generic equivalent: Salbutamol 100 mcg, distributed here in Canada. The medication used in the inhaler is called albuterol.

What Dosages and Forms is the Proventil Inhaler available in?

We have the brand name Ventolin HFA Inhaler available in 100 mcg/200 dose, as well as 200 mcg/60 dosage. The generic Salbutamol Inhaler is manufactured by Apotex (Apo-Salvent CFC Free) or Teva (Novo-Salbutamol HFA); available in a 100 mcg/200 dose.

What is the Proventil Inhaler used for?

The Proventil Inhaler is used to increase airflow to the lungs and relax muscles in the airways. It’s used to treat or prevent bronchospasms, particularly for people with asthma or who are susceptible to exercise-induced bronchospasms. Patients over the age of 4 can use the Proventil Inhaler. It’s often considered a rescue inhaler for those who struggle with reversible obstructive airway disease.

What are the Possible Side Effects of the Proventil Inhaler?

The Proventil Inhaler comes with some typical side effects which can include:
• Nausea, diarrhea, upset stomach;
• Sore throat, sinus pain, stuffy nose;
• Headache, dizziness;
• Nervousness; and/or
• Body aches and back pain

Contact your doctor if you experience symptoms of:
• Chest pain, or fast, pounding, or fluttering heart rates;
• Choking or wheezing after use of the inhaler;
• Burning sensations or pain during urination;
• High blood sugar; or
• Low potassium

Get emergency help if you experience more extreme reactions, such as any allergic reactions to an albuterol inhaler, which can include:
• Hives;
• Difficulty breathing;
• Facial swelling
An overdose of albuterol can be fatal. Be sure to use your inhaler as prescribed by your doctor. If you suspect an overdose, these are the symptoms to be on the lookout for:
• Dry mouth;
• Tremors;
• Chest pain;
• Fast heartbeats
• Nausea;
• Seizure activity;
• Fainting and/or lightheadedness; and
• General ill feeling

Be sure to talk to your doctor or seek emergency help if an allergic reaction or overdose are suspected.

Are there any Precautions and Drug interactions for the Proventil Inhaler?

You should not use this medication if you have an allergy to albuterol.

Be sure to talk to your doctor to make sure a Proventil Inhaler is right for you if you have the following conditions:
• Heart disease, congestive heart failure, or high blood pressure;
• Heart rhythm disorder;
• Epilepsy, or history of seizure activity;
• Diabetes;
• Hyperthyroidism; or
• Low potassium

There are a number of medications that can interfere or complicate the use of your Proventil Inhaler. Be sure to talk to your doctor about any medications you’re currently taking so they can determine if there may be any complications or interactions between them.

• Any additional inhalers, or bronchodilators;
• Digoxin;
• Any diuretic (or water pill);
• Antidepressants;
• Beta blockers; or
• MAO inhibitors

Proventil Inhaler Storage and Safety Information

Store your Proventil Inhaler at room temperature and away from extreme heat, moisture, or extreme cold. Do not keep your inhaler in your car on a hot. The extreme heat can cause the canister to explode. Keep it away from open flames for the same reason. Never puncture or attempt to burn your empty inhaler canister.

Always take your Proventil Inhalers as prescribed by your doctor. Read all patient information that comes with the inhaler, which will provide detailed instructions on its use.

An overdose of albuterol can be fatal. Seek emergency help or call Poison Control at 1-800-463-5060 for immediate help.

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