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    Serevent (Salmeterol)

    TypeDrug NameDosage 
    Serevent25 mcg/120 dose
    Serevent50 mcg/60 dose


    How and Where to Buy Serevent Online?


    If you’re ready to fill your prescription inhaler of Serevent, it can be done right here at www.CanadianPharmacyWorld.com. You will need to have your valid prescription from your doctor ready when you place your online order through our Canadian Pharmacy. However, you’ll find our online ordering process is very simple and straightforward. If you need to speak with someone about your order, or if you’d rather place the order over the phone, dial 1-866-485-7979. For any other questions, you may want to look over our FAQ page to see if your questions may have already been answered there.

    Are there Alternative Names for the Brand and Generic Serevent?


    Serevent Inhaler also called Serevent Evohaler or Accuhaler is the brand name medication from United Kingdom and New Zealand manufactured by GSK. The generic Salmeterol inhaler is also called Serobid inhaler comes from India and is manufactured by Cipla.

    What Dosages and Forms is Serevent available in?


    We carry both the brand name Serevent inhaler and its generic equivalent, salmeterol, in our online pharmacy. The brand SEREVENT inhaler is available in a 25mcg/120 metered dosage, and 50 mcg/60 metered dosages. The generic SALMETEROL inhaler is available only in the 25mcg/120 metered dosage.

    What is Serevent used for?


    Serevent is a bronchodilator and is used to prevent asthma attacks, or exercise-induced bronchospasm. It can also be used to treat chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), including emphysema and chronic bronchitis. The medication works by relaxing the muscles in the airways as well as opening air passages to improve breathing.

    This medication is a long-term maintenance inhaler and should not be used to treat acute, or sudden asthma attacks. It should be combined with a quick-relief inhaler, such as albuterol, to manage the complete symptoms of asthma, or COPD.

    What are the Possible Side Effects of Serevent?


    Most medications will come with side effects. Before deciding if Serevent 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 the Serevent inhaler:

    • Headache;

    • Flu symptoms;

    • Joint or muscle pain;

    • Throat irritation;

    • Cough;

    • Stuffy or runny nose

    Contact your doctor immediately and ask them if you should stop taking Serevent, especially if you experience any of the following side effects:

    • Worsening asthma symptoms or other breathing problems after use;

    • Muscle cramps;

    • Insomnia;

    • Tremors;

    • Chest pain;

    • Fast or irregular heartbeats;

    • Lightheadedness;

    • Fainting;

    • Seizures;

    • Low potassium levels:

    o Confusion

    o Uneven heart rate

    o Extreme thirst

    o Increased urination

    o Leg discomfort

    o Muscle weakness

    o Limpness

    • High blood sugar

    o Increased thirst

    o Increased urination

    o Hunger

    o Dry mouth

    o Fruity breath odor

    o Drowsiness

    o Dry skin

    o Blurred vision

    o Weight loss

    Stop taking Serevent and seek help if you have any signs of allergic reaction, which includes:

    • Hives;

    • Difficulty breathing;

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

    Are there any Precautions and Drug interactions of Serevent?


    You should not use Serevent if you’re allergic to salmeterol or milk proteins.

    Be sure to talk to your doctor to determine if Serevent is safe for you, particularly if you have or have had the following:

    • Food or drug allergies;

    • Heart disease or high blood pressure;

    • Epilepsy or any seizure disorder;

    • Diabetes;

    • Thyroid disorder;

    • Liver disease

    Serevent can have adverse reactions to other medications or products. We can’t list them all, but here are some of the most notable ones to be aware of:

    • Antidepressants;

    • Antibiotics;

    • Antifungals;

    • Hepatitis C medications;

    • HIV/AIDs medications;

    • Beta-blockers

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

    Serevent Storage and Safety Information


    Store Serevent at room temperature away from extreme heat, light, and moisture. Do not try to clean or take apart the Diskus device.

    Do not exhale or blow into the Serevent Diskus device, take it apart, or allow it to get wet.

    Do not use this inhaler to treat an asthma attack that’s currently under way. Be sure to talk with your doctor to have a quick-rescue inhaler prescribed with Serevent.

    Talk with your doctor about the risks of increased asthma-related death caused by salmeterol. Do not use this medication longer than prescribed, and be sure to adhere strictly to the prescribed dose.

    Do not use a second form of salmeterol or a similar bronchodilator without explicit doctor approval.

    Seek medical attention if you see an increased need for your asthma medications, or if you suspect your inhaled medications are not working as well as they should be.

    It’s not currently known how Serevent will affect an unborn or nursing infant. Be sure to tell your doctor if you’re pregnant, plan to become pregnant, or are nursing to determine if this medication is right for you.

    Serevent may increase asthma-related hospitalization for children and teenagers. It’s important they are aware this is a maintenance medication and it must be used with another long-term asthma control medication.

    This inhaler should not be used on children younger than four years old.

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

    Keep out of the reach of children.

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