Tiotropium (Tiotropium Bromide Monohydrate)

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Spiriva (tiotropium bromide) is an anticholinergic bronchodilator used primarily as a maintenance treatment for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), which includes conditions like chronic bronchitis and emphysema. It’s also approved for reducing asthma attacks in certain individuals.

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spiriva 18

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How Spiriva works Spiriva works by targeting muscarinic receptors in the smooth muscles of the airways. This action relaxes and opens the airways, making it easier to breathe and improving symptoms of COPD and asthma. Common side effects Dry mouth Upper respiratory tract infection Sinusitis Sore throat Bronchitis Cough Spiriva is available in two dose forms HandiHaler (18 mcg tiotropium capsule inhalation) Respimat (2.5 mcg tiotropium inhalation spray) What if I use too much Overdose symptoms might include blurred vision, eye pain, fast heart rate, tremors, or difficulty urinating. If you believe you’ve overdosed or experience these symptoms, seek emergency medical help. Why should I use Spiriva By regularly using Spiriva, individuals with COPD or specific asthma cases can experience fewer flare-ups, better lung function, and improved quality of life. It’s designed to manage and maintain open airways over the long term. Who shouldn’t use Spiriva Spiriva is contraindicated for patients with a known hypersensitivity to tiotropium, atropine, or similar drugs. As always, a full medical history should be reviewed with a healthcare provider to ensure Spiriva is safe. What should I be cautious about Avoid getting medication in your eyes as it may cause blurred vision or worsen narrow-angle glaucoma. Inform your doctor if you have a history of prostate enlargement, bladder obstruction, or glaucoma before starting treatment. Also, monitor for signs of allergic reactions, such as rashes or swelling. Storing Medication Store capsules at room temperature in a dry place, away from moisture and direct sunlight. Do not remove the capsules from their blister packaging until you’re ready to use them. Always keep the inhaler device capped and clean. If you have more questions or require detailed information about this medication, our team of pharmacists is here to assist and guide you.