Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 020833/001.

Names and composition

"FLOVENT DISKUS 50" is the commercial name of a drug composed of FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
020833/001 FLOVENT DISKUS 50 FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE POWDER/INHALATION 0.05MG per INH

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
019957/001 CUTIVATE FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL 0.005%
019958/001 CUTIVATE FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE CREAM/TOPICAL 0.05% **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
020121/001 FLONASE FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE SPRAY, METERED/NASAL 0.05MG per SPRAY **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
020548/001 FLOVENT FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE AEROSOL, METERED/INHALATION 0.044MG per INH
020548/002 FLOVENT FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE AEROSOL, METERED/INHALATION 0.11MG per INH
020548/003 FLOVENT FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE AEROSOL, METERED/INHALATION 0.22MG per INH
020549/001 FLOVENT FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE POWDER/INHALATION 0.044MG per INH
020549/002 FLOVENT FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE POWDER/INHALATION 0.088MG per INH
020549/003 FLOVENT FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE POWDER/INHALATION 0.22MG per INH
020833/001 FLOVENT DISKUS 50 FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE POWDER/INHALATION 0.05MG per INH
020833/002 FLOVENT DISKUS 100 FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE POWDER/INHALATION 0.1MG per INH
020833/003 FLOVENT DISKUS 250 FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE POWDER/INHALATION 0.25MG per INH
021152/001 CUTIVATE FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE LOTION/TOPICAL 0.05%
021433/001 FLOVENT HFA FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE AEROSOL, METERED/INHALATION 0.22MG per INH
021433/002 FLOVENT HFA FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE AEROSOL, METERED/INHALATION 0.11MG per INH
021433/003 FLOVENT HFA FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE AEROSOL, METERED/INHALATION 0.044MG per INH
076300/001 FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL 0.005%
076451/001 FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE CREAM/TOPICAL 0.05%
076504/001 FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE SPRAY, METERED/NASAL 0.05MG per SPRAY
076633/001 FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE CREAM/TOPICAL 0.05%
076668/001 FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL 0.005%
076793/001 FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE CREAM/TOPICAL 0.05%
076865/001 FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE CREAM/TOPICAL 0.05%
077055/001 FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE CREAM/TOPICAL 0.05%
077145/001 FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL 0.005%
077168/001 FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL 0.005%
077538/001 FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE SPRAY, METERED/NASAL 0.05MG per SPRAY
077570/001 FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE SPRAY, METERED/NASAL 0.05MG per SPRAY
078492/001 FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE SPRAY, METERED/NASAL 0.05MG per SPRAY
090759/001 FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE LOTION/TOPICAL 0.05%
091553/001 FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE LOTION/TOPICAL 0.05%
205434/001 FLONASE ALLERGY RELIEF FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE SPRAY, METERED/NASAL 0.05MG per SPRAY
207957/001 FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE SPRAY, METERED/NASAL 0.05MG per SPRAY
208150/001 FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE SPRAY, METERED/NASAL 0.05MG per SPRAY
208798/001 ARMONAIR RESPICLICK FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE POWDER/INHALATION 0.055MG per INH
208798/002 ARMONAIR RESPICLICK FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE POWDER/INHALATION 0.113MG per INH
208798/003 ARMONAIR RESPICLICK FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE POWDER/INHALATION 0.232MG per INH

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Mr. Usher takes the following regimen for his asthma?
Advair 250/50 1 puff bid. what should Mr. Usher do after taking his dose of Advair? how much fluticasone and salmeterol would Mr. Usher receive in 1 month? which 2 brand name drugs does Advair Diskus replace? Asked by Dollie Toti 1 year ago.

After taking his dose of Advair, he should be sure to rinse his mouth out, as Advair can cause thrush (a superficial infection of the skin and mucous membranes in the mouth). It is a yeast infection. It can cause inflammation and discomfort. How much medication he receives in one month depends on the number of days that month: 56 inhalations in February (58 if it is a leap year), 30 inhalations in months with 30 days, and 62 inhalations during the 31 day months. The two brand name medications the Advair Diskus replaces are Flovent and Serevent. I hope this answer was helpful! Answered by Genna Maiorano 1 year ago.

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30 puffs a month 60 if it bidaily. i think albeuterol is better for asthma anyways. Answered by Hisako Stealey 1 year ago.


Some perscription drugs?
Just some normal common perscription drugs PLZ Asked by Delilah Piccillo 1 year ago.

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About Asthma ADVAIR DISKUS Medince?
(1.) What ALL does this mean:Rarely,serious(sometimes fatal) asthma-related breathing problems have occurred with the use of long-acting inhaled beta agonists(e.g.,salmeterol)(2.) Does that mean that u can have a really bad asthma attack using this medince where u will be making noise when your breathing &... Asked by Shalonda Soliece 1 year ago.

(1.) What ALL does this mean: Rarely,serious(sometimes fatal) asthma-related breathing problems have occurred with the use of long-acting inhaled beta agonists(e.g.,salmeterol) (2.) Does that mean that u can have a really bad asthma attack using this medince where u will be making noise when your breathing & everyone willl know that your having a really bad asthma attack??? (3.) If that was going to happen after taking the medince when would it??? (4.) If someone was going to have worseing of breathing after taking a medince when would they??? (5.) How do u know if your having wroseing of breathing from a medice or an asthma attack??? Since having wrosening of breathing is an asthma attack??? Please Answer ALL 5 Questions. Everyone!!! Answered by Izola Wyse 1 year ago.

1) Salmeterol (Serevent) is not a rescue medication. Because it takes about a half hour to take effect, if you use Salmeterol for an asthma attack, it won't work like an Albuterol inhaler would. When you're having an asthma attack, never take Advair to treat it. Use your rescue inhaler. Inhaled steroid, like the Flovent in Advair, is also not a rescue medication. 2) What this means is that Salmeterol is not for use as a rescue medication. If someone was to use it like that, it might not work fast enough to do anything about an asthma attack. Therefore, taking Salmeterol for an asthma attack is almost as bad as doing nothing about it. Using your rescue inhaler is recommended. 3) If you took Advair to treat an asthma attack, you might not get relief from it. 4) Bronchodilators (like Serevent and Albuterol) do have a potential side effect of bronchoconstriction/bronchospasm. In my experience, I haven't seen it happen yet. Sometimes a stronger bronchodilator might be needed, if Albuterol isn't strong enough for rescue. Xopenex is often used in that situation. If you knew that your symptoms would worsen when using a medication, logically I would not use it. Getting a doctor's appointment and asking about switching to something else is a good idea if that happens. 5) If you take your medication and nothing happens, that's a good sign that your asthma is getting worse or your medication is losing effect (it happens rarely). Generally, I think that worsening of breathing and asthma attacks are similar enough to warrant the same treatment. I was on Advair 500/50 for a few months. I found that it was safe and effective. One thing I noticed was that I had little spots of blood on tissues when I blew my nose. It was a bit weird, but actually is a side effect. When taking an inhaled steroid, it's extremely important to gargle/rinse your mouth after you take it, then spit the water out. I've seen some patients I treated swallow the water after rinsing and I did it too, for a short time. My stomach was upset by this. I don't recommend swallowing the rinse water. Not doing this can lead to thrust (fungus on your tongue) developing. It's something that you can also combat by brushing your tongue and using mouth watch. It sounds like you've been reading the product manuscript or the information form that came from your pharmacy. Good job! Informed patients are a good thing. What you need to understand about the information you were provided with is that severe side effects are rare or happen when the medication is not used properly. I would keep in mind what the side effects are, so that you will know if it's related to what you're experiencing. An alternative to Advair is Symbicort. It comes in a variety of strengths, just as Advair does. The advantage to Symbicort is that it has been approved (in Canada and Europe, I don't know about the US) for use as a rescue inhaler too. In effect, all you would be using is Symbicort. There have been studies showing that the Pulmicort (inhaled steroid) in Symbicort helps to reduce the severity of an asthma attack over time. This happens because, the patient takes their Symbicort for an asthma attack, then is fine. The dose of inhaled steroid they just took helps prevent further asthma attacks. I like the idea of it. I feel that Symbicort as a long-acting controller and as a rescue inhaler will revolutionize asthma treatment like Advair did when it came out. There is a possibility that asthmatics might only need one inhaler for all purposes. That's a lot simpler than knowing how to use an Advair diskus and an Albuterol inhaler. Less patient education is then required for them to be able to use their devices properly. Advair is great though, too. I'm not discounting it at all. It just isn't meant to be used during an asthma attack under any circumstances. Answered by Mindy Halbert 1 year ago.

I feel your pain. I've had asthma for 14 years now and have seen several doctors. The truth is, there is no known cure for asthma at the moment. But the symptoms can be prevented. It really depends on what causes your brother's asthma. Mine is usually dust and hot weather. But I think the universal method is using the control inhaler. I cured my Asthma the natural way? Answered by Dinah Misove 1 year ago.

Advair is a combination of a steroid, perfectly standard asthma therapy, with a long-acting beta adrenergic agonist. The short-acting beta's are the mainstay of "rescue" treatment, but the fact that they're in and out quickly is something of an advantage. Because of this, Advair is about a fourth-line prescription, not one of the first couple of things you'd want to use for asthma. Very few people need to be taking it, and there does seem there might be an increased risk of death in those people. It may be due to the actions of the long-acting beta agonist on the heart, but it isn't completely clear, especially since the people who have any business using it are chronically and significantly ill anyway. Theoretically, it's quite credible that the potassium-lowering effect of beta agonists could increase the risk of cardiac dysrhythmias, and it's possible they might result in myocardial remolding, setting people up for diastolic dysfunction with prolonged use. It just isn't completely clear. Answered by Jeanene Hanan 1 year ago.

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