Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 017559/001.

Names and composition

"PROVENTIL" is the commercial name of a drug composed of ALBUTEROL.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
017559/001 PROVENTIL ALBUTEROL AEROSOL, METERED/INHALATION 0.09MG per INH
017853/001 PROVENTIL ALBUTEROL SULFATE TABLET/ORAL EQ 2MG BASE **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
017853/002 PROVENTIL ALBUTEROL SULFATE TABLET/ORAL EQ 4MG BASE **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
018062/001 PROVENTIL ALBUTEROL SULFATE SYRUP/ORAL EQ 2MG BASE per 5ML **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
019243/001 PROVENTIL ALBUTEROL SULFATE SOLUTION/INHALATION EQ 0.5% BASE **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
019243/002 PROVENTIL ALBUTEROL SULFATE SOLUTION/INHALATION EQ 0.083% BASE **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
019383/001 PROVENTIL ALBUTEROL SULFATE TABLET, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL EQ 4MG BASE

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
017559/001 PROVENTIL ALBUTEROL AEROSOL, METERED/INHALATION 0.09MG per INH
018473/001 VENTOLIN ALBUTEROL AEROSOL, METERED/INHALATION 0.09MG per INH
072273/001 ALBUTEROL ALBUTEROL AEROSOL, METERED/INHALATION 0.09MG per INH
073045/001 ALBUTEROL ALBUTEROL AEROSOL, METERED/INHALATION 0.09MG per INH
073272/001 ALBUTEROL ALBUTEROL AEROSOL, METERED/INHALATION 0.09MG per INH
074072/001 ALBUTEROL ALBUTEROL AEROSOL, METERED/INHALATION 0.09MG per INH

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Proventil reaction, is this normal?
I am 24 years old and went to the doctor today for breathing problems and high heart rate. The doctor is pretty sure I have asthma and has scheduled additional tests to be sure that is the correct diagnosis. In the meantime, she proscribed me proventil (ambuterol) and i'm supposed to take 2 puffs every 4 hours.... Asked by Danielle Herr 1 year ago.

I am 24 years old and went to the doctor today for breathing problems and high heart rate. The doctor is pretty sure I have asthma and has scheduled additional tests to be sure that is the correct diagnosis. In the meantime, she proscribed me proventil (ambuterol) and i'm supposed to take 2 puffs every 4 hours. I took the first 2 puffs this afternoon and was fine, breathing improved a little but I just took my 2 puffs for this evening and within minutes my hands are shaking uncontrollably. My whole body feels a little shaky. Is this normal? Should I just lay down and try to relax until the trembling goes away or should I go to the e.r.? Answered by Shantell Poskus 1 year ago.

proventil is a broncho-dialator(a mild stimulant)and as such will cause tremmor in sensitive people ,if this becomes bothersome or does not go away with continued use ,consult your health care provider .I have used it for years and ,yes it will make you a bit shakey from time to time ,but you will get used to it after a while ,it 's no big deal unless you are shaking so violently that you can not hold a half glass of water at arms length without spilling it all over the place ,if it hits you that bad call the e.r. first to see if they wish to see you ,but generally ,in time the shakes will subside ,and you will be fine ,ti takes time to get used to a new drug and proventil is no different( you might wish to expand the time between puffs ,to 5 minutes between the first and second puffs,this will get the requsite amount of drug into the system and will not cause the overload that results in the shakes ) Answered by Ivette Desrosier 1 year ago.


Describe how to prepare 50.ml of 2.3x10-2 M solution of Proventil. Calculate mg drug in 2cc of 3.0%(m/v) sol.?
Asked by Audra Lantey 1 year ago.

Proventil has a molecular weight of 239.311 g/mol number of moles for the desired solution = 2.3x10-2 * 50 / 1000 =4.6 * 10 ^ -7 weight of Proventil to gives these number of moles = 4.6 * 10 ^ -7 * 239.311 = 11.00 * 10 ^ -5 g = .11 mg so the solution is prepared by dissolving .11 mg of Proventin in 50 ml solution In a 3% w/v solution there are 3 gm / 100 ml of solution this = 3000 mg in 100 ml of solution or 3000 / 50 mg in 2 ml or cc = 60 mg Answered by Providencia Craffey 1 year ago.


Prescription Filled??? ProAir not Proventil!?
my doctor prescribed me proventil hfa for an inhaler when i picked up my refill after getting like 3 of proventil i got proair... is it ok i take the proair..?? he obviously knew what he was doing !?!?! Asked by Wyatt Tomes 1 year ago.

Sarah, Proventil is one of the original proprietary makers of Albuterol Sulfate ... ProAir is also Albuterol Sulfate .... and is one of the companies that were allowed to manufacture / or distribute the drug after Proventil/Ventolin lost their 7 year patent on propriety .... Thus said, it is no different from your Proventil ... and is safe to take ... Answered by Roy Simek 1 year ago.

Proventil Vs Proair Answered by Rosalyn Coast 1 year ago.

Yesterday my doc told me they're the same and I have used both. I have the exact same side effects with both Proventil and ProAir. I don't have COPD but that's not the only thing these inhalers are prescribed for. They open up the passageways in your lungs and help decrease inflammation every time you take a puff. So you don't wheeze as much and your coughs are productive. Seriously, check their websites and you'll see what I'm talking about. They're the same. Answered by Austin Deporter 1 year ago.

RE: Prescription Filled??? ProAir not Proventil!? my doctor prescribed me proventil hfa for an inhaler when i picked up my refill after getting like 3 of proventil i got proair... is it ok i take the proair..?? he obviously knew what he was doing !?!?! Answered by Desiree Totty 1 year ago.

No No No,,the pharmsist made huge mistake proair is foor copd if you dont have copd it can make your asthmas symptoms worse Answered by In Kayastha 1 year ago.

the pharmisist pretty much knows what hes doing.if you still doubt it then ask him your self don't take untill you know for sure! Answered by Octavio Flegel 1 year ago.

its ok I have used both it wont hurt you. Answered by Delinda Pietschman 1 year ago.


Why my boy of 5 years is not diagnostic with asthma but the doctor prescript proventil?
I have a five years boy, that the doctor told me he is not asthmatic but he give me the prescription for respiratory therapist. Why? I don't like to give him to many Proventil Asked by Markus Lykins 1 year ago.

Proventil (albuterol sulfate) relaxes muscles in the airways to increase airflow to your lungs (helps make it easier to breathe). Is he having a hard time breathing or has a bad cough? Or maybe from excercise (sport maybe)? If so, these would be the leading cause for the perscription, which doesn't necessarily mean he has to have asthma. Shortness of breath could very well be temperary. But if he doesn't have these problems, I would ask your son's doctor for reasoning. Answered by Loree Osaile 1 year ago.

maybe he has an UPPER RESPIRATORY INFECTION OR CYSTIC FIBROSIS YOU NEED TO ASK THE MEDICAL DOCTOR WHO PRESCRIBED THIS MEDICINE WHY IT WAS PRESCRIBED OBVIOUSLY YOUR CHILD HAD WHEEZING IN LUNGS TO GET THIS MEDICINE PRESCRIBED TO HIM ASK THE DOCTOR WHO PRESCRIBED IT Answered by Angelia Reale 1 year ago.


What's better an albuterol inhaler or a proventil inhaler?
i know that the albuterol inhalers are no longer sold but i want to know which inhaler is better for ME not the dang environment because if the albuterol inhaler is better i want to try and get them back so asthmatics like myself can life longer. Asked by Karolyn Mcclaran 1 year ago.

They are the same. Proventil is also albuterol. Albuterol is the drug name. The only difference is that the traditional albuterol inhalers use chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) as the propellant to deliver the medicine into lungs. Proventil inhalers contain the same medicine (albuterol) and provide the same relief as the traditional CFC inhalers you are used to. Answered by Joye Bartell 1 year ago.

I used to use albuterol, but it's no longer made to protect the environment. Now they have proventil. I feel that albuterol works better than proventil, but it could be just a perception if they have the same med. Answered by Winifred Sanyaro 1 year ago.

albuterol is the generic name for proventil. Same stuff. It also goes by the name Ventolin. One is as good as the other. I hadn't heard about a recall but if it's about the compressed gas in the cartridge, good God they're really going to far with this crap. Sorry, but if they think those little canisters are going to effect the environment they're out of their minds. Answered by Daniela Agular 1 year ago.

a nebulizer, but they don't fit so well into a purse or pocket. follow up with your pulmonologist. Answered by Martina Zahm 1 year ago.


I have asthma. i take proventil but i still have trouble breathing, help!?
what should i do i have a dr. appointment coming up anything special i should tell him so he can help fix me? I have trouble breathing at night. it is starting to scare me. Asked by Alverta Emshoff 1 year ago.

I have the same problem. I've been toughing it out for years now, but finally went to a doctor today. They gave me Proventil but as soon as I took a puff I threw up all over my kitchen! Really gross, and I don't think I'll be using the Proventil again. I'll keep taking the Claritin and hope for the best. But my tip from years of living with wheezing and trouble breating is to sleep sitting as upright as possible. When my wheezing is bad I put about 3 pillows under my torso so that I'm propped semi-upright. If that doesn't work I sleep in a recliner chair that doesn't recline very far so that I'm sitting up. It does help me breath, maybe it'll help you. Good luck- having this problem sucks. Answered by Kerrie Morehouse 1 year ago.


Is the schering company discontinuing proventil?
I use a pharmacy by mail service, and have been impatiently waiting for almost a month for my meds. I had already decided I better call them on Monday. Well, Saturday I receive in the mail a letter from the Pharmacy stating I need a new prescription for some thing other than Proventil (which I have used for over 20... Asked by Margeret Bolstad 1 year ago.

I use a pharmacy by mail service, and have been impatiently waiting for almost a month for my meds. I had already decided I better call them on Monday. Well, Saturday I receive in the mail a letter from the Pharmacy stating I need a new prescription for some thing other than Proventil (which I have used for over 20 years) because the manufacturer had discontinued it! My Dr. is out of town ,and not only I am concerned aboutrunning out, but what Am I going to take for my Asthma now? Has anyone else heard about this, and why didn't my Dr. know? I just had my yearly checkup, and this was a new prescription. Even stranger is the fact that I received a message from PrimeMail Pharmacy 2 weeks ago saying my order was on its way, never came, and then this letter in the mail saying discontinued- I cannot run out of tis , any ideas? I'm very worried!! Answered by Herta Fenninger 1 year ago.

I'll explain what is happening. All CFC inhalers are being phased out by the end of 2008. You will need an HFA inhaler. Proventil is Albuterol, a generic drug. You can get a new prescription for Proventil HFA. Now, HFA inhalers are different. They use a fine mist instead of the harsh spray. They might taste different because the propellant is different. Answered by Tameka Stinehour 1 year ago.


Proventil?
Aww...thanks! I thought it was a must use daily thing that had effects when used long term, etc. Asked by Samuel Hildebrandt 1 year ago.

That's what it is, a fast acting inhaler to be used as needed - it's not the type that you need to use daily Answered by Eldridge Mannis 1 year ago.

Yes, that's what it is . Bronchial or rescue inhaler Answered by Gretta Lueras 1 year ago.

That is what it is. Answered by Paris Rieb 1 year ago.


I suffer from COPD or reactive airway disease and my doctor has prescribed flovent and proventil even?
though I never have breathing problems. I have bronchitis(?) with phlegm buildup that causes me to cough and almost vomit. I have never really understood what is wrong with me. Asked by Pat Screws 1 year ago.

One of the reasons you have COPD is that your airways overreact to virtually everything. They get swollen and the goblet cells produce too much mucous usually out of proportion to the stimulus.They also constrict making air movement more difficult and uneven. Normally ventilation is evenly distributed throughout the lungs. With COPD The air flow is uneven according to how much mucous is where and how much bronchoconstriction is taking place and where. This sets up underventilation of the areas that are essentially blocked. This allows bacteria to grow if there are any there and the airways and alveoli lose there function and can shut down. That's why your doctor has you on Proventil and Flovent. Trying to keep your airways open and not inflamed.And also to keep your mucous thin so it's easier to cough up. The problem being that you can't get enough air behind the mucous to push from the back and expel it. The mucous that you don't cough up simply gets thicker and thicker and just becomes more difficult. You must keep yourself well hydrated. Lots of water. to help with this problem. So you can see why they get frustrated with patients who continue to smoke which just causes the very thing your trying to avoid. God bless. Answered by Rosaria Talone 1 year ago.

Your lungs are overly sensitive to natural and man-made pollutants---likely been this way your whole life, but only NOW does the condition occur more often. Doctors used to label it the "coughing crud". Your best approach is to keep a very tidy clean house and buy a couple of inexpensive, but effective air cleaning machines along your home; there's even a few small model air cleaners for cars as well. If you smoke, you're not helping yourself and it's best you quit. Typically, climatic changes during the early Spring and Fall months are difficulut and you are pressed hard to avoid industrial pollutants. Do keep yourself well hydrated and ask your doctor for breathing treatment meds FREE of steroids. Answered by Jimmie Herklotz 1 year ago.

no, the smoke would react very badly with your lungs. It might do damage even in food. Answered by Sandy Igo 1 year ago.


Proventil reaction, is this normal?
I am 24 years old and went to the doctor today for breathing problems and high heart rate. The doctor is pretty sure I have asthma and has scheduled additional tests to be sure that is the correct diagnosis. In the meantime, she proscribed me proventil (ambuterol) and i'm supposed to take 2 puffs every 4 hours.... Asked by Naoma Guimaraes 1 year ago.

I am 24 years old and went to the doctor today for breathing problems and high heart rate. The doctor is pretty sure I have asthma and has scheduled additional tests to be sure that is the correct diagnosis. In the meantime, she proscribed me proventil (ambuterol) and i'm supposed to take 2 puffs every 4 hours. I took the first 2 puffs this afternoon and was fine, breathing improved a little but I just took my 2 puffs for this evening and within minutes my hands are shaking uncontrollably. My whole body feels a little shaky. Is this normal? Should I just lay down and try to relax until the trembling goes away or should I go to the e.r.? Answered by Jerica Zorn 1 year ago.

proventil is a broncho-dialator(a mild stimulant)and as such will cause tremmor in sensitive people ,if this becomes bothersome or does not go away with continued use ,consult your health care provider .I have used it for years and ,yes it will make you a bit shakey from time to time ,but you will get used to it after a while ,it 's no big deal unless you are shaking so violently that you can not hold a half glass of water at arms length without spilling it all over the place ,if it hits you that bad call the e.r. first to see if they wish to see you ,but generally ,in time the shakes will subside ,and you will be fine ,ti takes time to get used to a new drug and proventil is no different( you might wish to expand the time between puffs ,to 5 minutes between the first and second puffs,this will get the requsite amount of drug into the system and will not cause the overload that results in the shakes ) Answered by Detra Rebholz 1 year ago.


Describe how to prepare 50.ml of 2.3x10-2 M solution of Proventil. Calculate mg drug in 2cc of 3.0%(m/v) sol.?
Asked by Dylan Grzywacz 1 year ago.

Proventil has a molecular weight of 239.311 g/mol number of moles for the desired solution = 2.3x10-2 * 50 / 1000 =4.6 * 10 ^ -7 weight of Proventil to gives these number of moles = 4.6 * 10 ^ -7 * 239.311 = 11.00 * 10 ^ -5 g = .11 mg so the solution is prepared by dissolving .11 mg of Proventin in 50 ml solution In a 3% w/v solution there are 3 gm / 100 ml of solution this = 3000 mg in 100 ml of solution or 3000 / 50 mg in 2 ml or cc = 60 mg Answered by Laverna Zekria 1 year ago.


Prescription Filled??? ProAir not Proventil!?
my doctor prescribed me proventil hfa for an inhaler when i picked up my refill after getting like 3 of proventil i got proair... is it ok i take the proair..?? he obviously knew what he was doing !?!?! Asked by Chelsea Janczak 1 year ago.

Sarah, Proventil is one of the original proprietary makers of Albuterol Sulfate ... ProAir is also Albuterol Sulfate .... and is one of the companies that were allowed to manufacture / or distribute the drug after Proventil/Ventolin lost their 7 year patent on propriety .... Thus said, it is no different from your Proventil ... and is safe to take ... Answered by Mireille Gelner 1 year ago.

Proventil Vs Proair Answered by Velma Schickel 1 year ago.

Yesterday my doc told me they're the same and I have used both. I have the exact same side effects with both Proventil and ProAir. I don't have COPD but that's not the only thing these inhalers are prescribed for. They open up the passageways in your lungs and help decrease inflammation every time you take a puff. So you don't wheeze as much and your coughs are productive. Seriously, check their websites and you'll see what I'm talking about. They're the same. Answered by Lasandra Foraker 1 year ago.

RE: Prescription Filled??? ProAir not Proventil!? my doctor prescribed me proventil hfa for an inhaler when i picked up my refill after getting like 3 of proventil i got proair... is it ok i take the proair..?? he obviously knew what he was doing !?!?! Answered by Rozanne Braz 1 year ago.

No No No,,the pharmsist made huge mistake proair is foor copd if you dont have copd it can make your asthmas symptoms worse Answered by Wilson Baranovic 1 year ago.

the pharmisist pretty much knows what hes doing.if you still doubt it then ask him your self don't take untill you know for sure! Answered by Basil Kubishta 1 year ago.

its ok I have used both it wont hurt you. Answered by Shanda Quiros 1 year ago.


Why my boy of 5 years is not diagnostic with asthma but the doctor prescript proventil?
I have a five years boy, that the doctor told me he is not asthmatic but he give me the prescription for respiratory therapist. Why? I don't like to give him to many Proventil Asked by Yun Vanderzwaag 1 year ago.

Proventil (albuterol sulfate) relaxes muscles in the airways to increase airflow to your lungs (helps make it easier to breathe). Is he having a hard time breathing or has a bad cough? Or maybe from excercise (sport maybe)? If so, these would be the leading cause for the perscription, which doesn't necessarily mean he has to have asthma. Shortness of breath could very well be temperary. But if he doesn't have these problems, I would ask your son's doctor for reasoning. Answered by Gracie Wolkowiecki 1 year ago.

maybe he has an UPPER RESPIRATORY INFECTION OR CYSTIC FIBROSIS YOU NEED TO ASK THE MEDICAL DOCTOR WHO PRESCRIBED THIS MEDICINE WHY IT WAS PRESCRIBED OBVIOUSLY YOUR CHILD HAD WHEEZING IN LUNGS TO GET THIS MEDICINE PRESCRIBED TO HIM ASK THE DOCTOR WHO PRESCRIBED IT Answered by Telma Dorshorst 1 year ago.


What's better an albuterol inhaler or a proventil inhaler?
i know that the albuterol inhalers are no longer sold but i want to know which inhaler is better for ME not the dang environment because if the albuterol inhaler is better i want to try and get them back so asthmatics like myself can life longer. Asked by Macie Nobregas 1 year ago.

They are the same. Proventil is also albuterol. Albuterol is the drug name. The only difference is that the traditional albuterol inhalers use chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) as the propellant to deliver the medicine into lungs. Proventil inhalers contain the same medicine (albuterol) and provide the same relief as the traditional CFC inhalers you are used to. Answered by Donnie Delaplane 1 year ago.

I used to use albuterol, but it's no longer made to protect the environment. Now they have proventil. I feel that albuterol works better than proventil, but it could be just a perception if they have the same med. Answered by Hong Flannery 1 year ago.

albuterol is the generic name for proventil. Same stuff. It also goes by the name Ventolin. One is as good as the other. I hadn't heard about a recall but if it's about the compressed gas in the cartridge, good God they're really going to far with this crap. Sorry, but if they think those little canisters are going to effect the environment they're out of their minds. Answered by Kory Cacciotti 1 year ago.

a nebulizer, but they don't fit so well into a purse or pocket. follow up with your pulmonologist. Answered by Horacio Ficher 1 year ago.


I have asthma. i take proventil but i still have trouble breathing, help!?
what should i do i have a dr. appointment coming up anything special i should tell him so he can help fix me? I have trouble breathing at night. it is starting to scare me. Asked by Issac Mabins 1 year ago.

I have the same problem. I've been toughing it out for years now, but finally went to a doctor today. They gave me Proventil but as soon as I took a puff I threw up all over my kitchen! Really gross, and I don't think I'll be using the Proventil again. I'll keep taking the Claritin and hope for the best. But my tip from years of living with wheezing and trouble breating is to sleep sitting as upright as possible. When my wheezing is bad I put about 3 pillows under my torso so that I'm propped semi-upright. If that doesn't work I sleep in a recliner chair that doesn't recline very far so that I'm sitting up. It does help me breath, maybe it'll help you. Good luck- having this problem sucks. Answered by Savannah Mainz 1 year ago.


Is the schering company discontinuing proventil?
I use a pharmacy by mail service, and have been impatiently waiting for almost a month for my meds. I had already decided I better call them on Monday. Well, Saturday I receive in the mail a letter from the Pharmacy stating I need a new prescription for some thing other than Proventil (which I have used for over 20... Asked by Waltraud Lorence 1 year ago.

I use a pharmacy by mail service, and have been impatiently waiting for almost a month for my meds. I had already decided I better call them on Monday. Well, Saturday I receive in the mail a letter from the Pharmacy stating I need a new prescription for some thing other than Proventil (which I have used for over 20 years) because the manufacturer had discontinued it! My Dr. is out of town ,and not only I am concerned aboutrunning out, but what Am I going to take for my Asthma now? Has anyone else heard about this, and why didn't my Dr. know? I just had my yearly checkup, and this was a new prescription. Even stranger is the fact that I received a message from PrimeMail Pharmacy 2 weeks ago saying my order was on its way, never came, and then this letter in the mail saying discontinued- I cannot run out of tis , any ideas? I'm very worried!! Answered by Eryn Leonhart 1 year ago.

I'll explain what is happening. All CFC inhalers are being phased out by the end of 2008. You will need an HFA inhaler. Proventil is Albuterol, a generic drug. You can get a new prescription for Proventil HFA. Now, HFA inhalers are different. They use a fine mist instead of the harsh spray. They might taste different because the propellant is different. Answered by Yasuko Joynson 1 year ago.


Proventil?
Aww...thanks! I thought it was a must use daily thing that had effects when used long term, etc. Asked by Charmaine Biagini 1 year ago.

That's what it is, a fast acting inhaler to be used as needed - it's not the type that you need to use daily Answered by Ariane Sawaya 1 year ago.

Yes, that's what it is . Bronchial or rescue inhaler Answered by Courtney Cocuzza 1 year ago.

That is what it is. Answered by Rozanne Perreault 1 year ago.


I suffer from COPD or reactive airway disease and my doctor has prescribed flovent and proventil even?
though I never have breathing problems. I have bronchitis(?) with phlegm buildup that causes me to cough and almost vomit. I have never really understood what is wrong with me. Asked by Lisa Denooyer 1 year ago.

One of the reasons you have COPD is that your airways overreact to virtually everything. They get swollen and the goblet cells produce too much mucous usually out of proportion to the stimulus.They also constrict making air movement more difficult and uneven. Normally ventilation is evenly distributed throughout the lungs. With COPD The air flow is uneven according to how much mucous is where and how much bronchoconstriction is taking place and where. This sets up underventilation of the areas that are essentially blocked. This allows bacteria to grow if there are any there and the airways and alveoli lose there function and can shut down. That's why your doctor has you on Proventil and Flovent. Trying to keep your airways open and not inflamed.And also to keep your mucous thin so it's easier to cough up. The problem being that you can't get enough air behind the mucous to push from the back and expel it. The mucous that you don't cough up simply gets thicker and thicker and just becomes more difficult. You must keep yourself well hydrated. Lots of water. to help with this problem. So you can see why they get frustrated with patients who continue to smoke which just causes the very thing your trying to avoid. God bless. Answered by Toccara Peluso 1 year ago.

Your lungs are overly sensitive to natural and man-made pollutants---likely been this way your whole life, but only NOW does the condition occur more often. Doctors used to label it the "coughing crud". Your best approach is to keep a very tidy clean house and buy a couple of inexpensive, but effective air cleaning machines along your home; there's even a few small model air cleaners for cars as well. If you smoke, you're not helping yourself and it's best you quit. Typically, climatic changes during the early Spring and Fall months are difficulut and you are pressed hard to avoid industrial pollutants. Do keep yourself well hydrated and ask your doctor for breathing treatment meds FREE of steroids. Answered by Mertie Leich 1 year ago.

no, the smoke would react very badly with your lungs. It might do damage even in food. Answered by Mazie Tuy 1 year ago.


Proventil reaction, is this normal?
I am 24 years old and went to the doctor today for breathing problems and high heart rate. The doctor is pretty sure I have asthma and has scheduled additional tests to be sure that is the correct diagnosis. In the meantime, she proscribed me proventil (ambuterol) and i'm supposed to take 2 puffs every 4 hours.... Asked by An Dobson 1 year ago.

I am 24 years old and went to the doctor today for breathing problems and high heart rate. The doctor is pretty sure I have asthma and has scheduled additional tests to be sure that is the correct diagnosis. In the meantime, she proscribed me proventil (ambuterol) and i'm supposed to take 2 puffs every 4 hours. I took the first 2 puffs this afternoon and was fine, breathing improved a little but I just took my 2 puffs for this evening and within minutes my hands are shaking uncontrollably. My whole body feels a little shaky. Is this normal? Should I just lay down and try to relax until the trembling goes away or should I go to the e.r.? Answered by Helga Deakyne 1 year ago.

proventil is a broncho-dialator(a mild stimulant)and as such will cause tremmor in sensitive people ,if this becomes bothersome or does not go away with continued use ,consult your health care provider .I have used it for years and ,yes it will make you a bit shakey from time to time ,but you will get used to it after a while ,it 's no big deal unless you are shaking so violently that you can not hold a half glass of water at arms length without spilling it all over the place ,if it hits you that bad call the e.r. first to see if they wish to see you ,but generally ,in time the shakes will subside ,and you will be fine ,ti takes time to get used to a new drug and proventil is no different( you might wish to expand the time between puffs ,to 5 minutes between the first and second puffs,this will get the requsite amount of drug into the system and will not cause the overload that results in the shakes ) Answered by Lorita Connealy 1 year ago.


Describe how to prepare 50.ml of 2.3x10-2 M solution of Proventil. Calculate mg drug in 2cc of 3.0%(m/v) sol.?
Asked by Marisela Donze 1 year ago.

Proventil has a molecular weight of 239.311 g/mol number of moles for the desired solution = 2.3x10-2 * 50 / 1000 =4.6 * 10 ^ -7 weight of Proventil to gives these number of moles = 4.6 * 10 ^ -7 * 239.311 = 11.00 * 10 ^ -5 g = .11 mg so the solution is prepared by dissolving .11 mg of Proventin in 50 ml solution In a 3% w/v solution there are 3 gm / 100 ml of solution this = 3000 mg in 100 ml of solution or 3000 / 50 mg in 2 ml or cc = 60 mg Answered by Modesta Isagawa 1 year ago.


Prescription Filled??? ProAir not Proventil!?
my doctor prescribed me proventil hfa for an inhaler when i picked up my refill after getting like 3 of proventil i got proair... is it ok i take the proair..?? he obviously knew what he was doing !?!?! Asked by Anissa Dotson 1 year ago.

Sarah, Proventil is one of the original proprietary makers of Albuterol Sulfate ... ProAir is also Albuterol Sulfate .... and is one of the companies that were allowed to manufacture / or distribute the drug after Proventil/Ventolin lost their 7 year patent on propriety .... Thus said, it is no different from your Proventil ... and is safe to take ... Answered by Nida Herring 1 year ago.

Proventil Vs Proair Answered by Ben Garske 1 year ago.

Yesterday my doc told me they're the same and I have used both. I have the exact same side effects with both Proventil and ProAir. I don't have COPD but that's not the only thing these inhalers are prescribed for. They open up the passageways in your lungs and help decrease inflammation every time you take a puff. So you don't wheeze as much and your coughs are productive. Seriously, check their websites and you'll see what I'm talking about. They're the same. Answered by Beverlee Zecca 1 year ago.

RE: Prescription Filled??? ProAir not Proventil!? my doctor prescribed me proventil hfa for an inhaler when i picked up my refill after getting like 3 of proventil i got proair... is it ok i take the proair..?? he obviously knew what he was doing !?!?! Answered by Marylou Okimoto 1 year ago.

No No No,,the pharmsist made huge mistake proair is foor copd if you dont have copd it can make your asthmas symptoms worse Answered by Queenie Domio 1 year ago.

the pharmisist pretty much knows what hes doing.if you still doubt it then ask him your self don't take untill you know for sure! Answered by Hosea Modlin 1 year ago.

its ok I have used both it wont hurt you. Answered by Jinny Dasen 1 year ago.


Why my boy of 5 years is not diagnostic with asthma but the doctor prescript proventil?
I have a five years boy, that the doctor told me he is not asthmatic but he give me the prescription for respiratory therapist. Why? I don't like to give him to many Proventil Asked by Daysi Fogo 1 year ago.

Proventil (albuterol sulfate) relaxes muscles in the airways to increase airflow to your lungs (helps make it easier to breathe). Is he having a hard time breathing or has a bad cough? Or maybe from excercise (sport maybe)? If so, these would be the leading cause for the perscription, which doesn't necessarily mean he has to have asthma. Shortness of breath could very well be temperary. But if he doesn't have these problems, I would ask your son's doctor for reasoning. Answered by Jaye Vasques 1 year ago.

maybe he has an UPPER RESPIRATORY INFECTION OR CYSTIC FIBROSIS YOU NEED TO ASK THE MEDICAL DOCTOR WHO PRESCRIBED THIS MEDICINE WHY IT WAS PRESCRIBED OBVIOUSLY YOUR CHILD HAD WHEEZING IN LUNGS TO GET THIS MEDICINE PRESCRIBED TO HIM ASK THE DOCTOR WHO PRESCRIBED IT Answered by Willene Mazzotta 1 year ago.


What's better an albuterol inhaler or a proventil inhaler?
i know that the albuterol inhalers are no longer sold but i want to know which inhaler is better for ME not the dang environment because if the albuterol inhaler is better i want to try and get them back so asthmatics like myself can life longer. Asked by Domingo Dady 1 year ago.

They are the same. Proventil is also albuterol. Albuterol is the drug name. The only difference is that the traditional albuterol inhalers use chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) as the propellant to deliver the medicine into lungs. Proventil inhalers contain the same medicine (albuterol) and provide the same relief as the traditional CFC inhalers you are used to. Answered by Josefina Tensley 1 year ago.

I used to use albuterol, but it's no longer made to protect the environment. Now they have proventil. I feel that albuterol works better than proventil, but it could be just a perception if they have the same med. Answered by Britni Fanguy 1 year ago.

albuterol is the generic name for proventil. Same stuff. It also goes by the name Ventolin. One is as good as the other. I hadn't heard about a recall but if it's about the compressed gas in the cartridge, good God they're really going to far with this crap. Sorry, but if they think those little canisters are going to effect the environment they're out of their minds. Answered by Veta Radona 1 year ago.

a nebulizer, but they don't fit so well into a purse or pocket. follow up with your pulmonologist. Answered by Yajaira Ryll 1 year ago.


I have asthma. i take proventil but i still have trouble breathing, help!?
what should i do i have a dr. appointment coming up anything special i should tell him so he can help fix me? I have trouble breathing at night. it is starting to scare me. Asked by Shay Herston 1 year ago.

I have the same problem. I've been toughing it out for years now, but finally went to a doctor today. They gave me Proventil but as soon as I took a puff I threw up all over my kitchen! Really gross, and I don't think I'll be using the Proventil again. I'll keep taking the Claritin and hope for the best. But my tip from years of living with wheezing and trouble breating is to sleep sitting as upright as possible. When my wheezing is bad I put about 3 pillows under my torso so that I'm propped semi-upright. If that doesn't work I sleep in a recliner chair that doesn't recline very far so that I'm sitting up. It does help me breath, maybe it'll help you. Good luck- having this problem sucks. Answered by Toney Connel 1 year ago.


Is the schering company discontinuing proventil?
I use a pharmacy by mail service, and have been impatiently waiting for almost a month for my meds. I had already decided I better call them on Monday. Well, Saturday I receive in the mail a letter from the Pharmacy stating I need a new prescription for some thing other than Proventil (which I have used for over 20... Asked by Janelle Kringel 1 year ago.

I use a pharmacy by mail service, and have been impatiently waiting for almost a month for my meds. I had already decided I better call them on Monday. Well, Saturday I receive in the mail a letter from the Pharmacy stating I need a new prescription for some thing other than Proventil (which I have used for over 20 years) because the manufacturer had discontinued it! My Dr. is out of town ,and not only I am concerned aboutrunning out, but what Am I going to take for my Asthma now? Has anyone else heard about this, and why didn't my Dr. know? I just had my yearly checkup, and this was a new prescription. Even stranger is the fact that I received a message from PrimeMail Pharmacy 2 weeks ago saying my order was on its way, never came, and then this letter in the mail saying discontinued- I cannot run out of tis , any ideas? I'm very worried!! Answered by Christi Updike 1 year ago.

I'll explain what is happening. All CFC inhalers are being phased out by the end of 2008. You will need an HFA inhaler. Proventil is Albuterol, a generic drug. You can get a new prescription for Proventil HFA. Now, HFA inhalers are different. They use a fine mist instead of the harsh spray. They might taste different because the propellant is different. Answered by Roland Karstetter 1 year ago.


Proventil?
Aww...thanks! I thought it was a must use daily thing that had effects when used long term, etc. Asked by Mervin Abruzzese 1 year ago.

That's what it is, a fast acting inhaler to be used as needed - it's not the type that you need to use daily Answered by Myesha Vy 1 year ago.

Yes, that's what it is . Bronchial or rescue inhaler Answered by Dayle Be 1 year ago.

That is what it is. Answered by Georgeann Amante 1 year ago.


I suffer from COPD or reactive airway disease and my doctor has prescribed flovent and proventil even?
though I never have breathing problems. I have bronchitis(?) with phlegm buildup that causes me to cough and almost vomit. I have never really understood what is wrong with me. Asked by Dagny Cumber 1 year ago.

One of the reasons you have COPD is that your airways overreact to virtually everything. They get swollen and the goblet cells produce too much mucous usually out of proportion to the stimulus.They also constrict making air movement more difficult and uneven. Normally ventilation is evenly distributed throughout the lungs. With COPD The air flow is uneven according to how much mucous is where and how much bronchoconstriction is taking place and where. This sets up underventilation of the areas that are essentially blocked. This allows bacteria to grow if there are any there and the airways and alveoli lose there function and can shut down. That's why your doctor has you on Proventil and Flovent. Trying to keep your airways open and not inflamed.And also to keep your mucous thin so it's easier to cough up. The problem being that you can't get enough air behind the mucous to push from the back and expel it. The mucous that you don't cough up simply gets thicker and thicker and just becomes more difficult. You must keep yourself well hydrated. Lots of water. to help with this problem. So you can see why they get frustrated with patients who continue to smoke which just causes the very thing your trying to avoid. God bless. Answered by Dominick Dunaway 1 year ago.

Your lungs are overly sensitive to natural and man-made pollutants---likely been this way your whole life, but only NOW does the condition occur more often. Doctors used to label it the "coughing crud". Your best approach is to keep a very tidy clean house and buy a couple of inexpensive, but effective air cleaning machines along your home; there's even a few small model air cleaners for cars as well. If you smoke, you're not helping yourself and it's best you quit. Typically, climatic changes during the early Spring and Fall months are difficulut and you are pressed hard to avoid industrial pollutants. Do keep yourself well hydrated and ask your doctor for breathing treatment meds FREE of steroids. Answered by Paul Coonfield 1 year ago.

no, the smoke would react very badly with your lungs. It might do damage even in food. Answered by Santiago Aroca 1 year ago.


Proventil reaction, is this normal?
I am 24 years old and went to the doctor today for breathing problems and high heart rate. The doctor is pretty sure I have asthma and has scheduled additional tests to be sure that is the correct diagnosis. In the meantime, she proscribed me proventil (ambuterol) and i'm supposed to take 2 puffs every 4 hours.... Asked by Illa Locante 1 year ago.

I am 24 years old and went to the doctor today for breathing problems and high heart rate. The doctor is pretty sure I have asthma and has scheduled additional tests to be sure that is the correct diagnosis. In the meantime, she proscribed me proventil (ambuterol) and i'm supposed to take 2 puffs every 4 hours. I took the first 2 puffs this afternoon and was fine, breathing improved a little but I just took my 2 puffs for this evening and within minutes my hands are shaking uncontrollably. My whole body feels a little shaky. Is this normal? Should I just lay down and try to relax until the trembling goes away or should I go to the e.r.? Answered by Leonard Schwieterman 1 year ago.

proventil is a broncho-dialator(a mild stimulant)and as such will cause tremmor in sensitive people ,if this becomes bothersome or does not go away with continued use ,consult your health care provider .I have used it for years and ,yes it will make you a bit shakey from time to time ,but you will get used to it after a while ,it 's no big deal unless you are shaking so violently that you can not hold a half glass of water at arms length without spilling it all over the place ,if it hits you that bad call the e.r. first to see if they wish to see you ,but generally ,in time the shakes will subside ,and you will be fine ,ti takes time to get used to a new drug and proventil is no different( you might wish to expand the time between puffs ,to 5 minutes between the first and second puffs,this will get the requsite amount of drug into the system and will not cause the overload that results in the shakes ) Answered by Lael Ruden 1 year ago.


Describe how to prepare 50.ml of 2.3x10-2 M solution of Proventil. Calculate mg drug in 2cc of 3.0%(m/v) sol.?
Asked by Moira Foglesong 1 year ago.

Proventil has a molecular weight of 239.311 g/mol number of moles for the desired solution = 2.3x10-2 * 50 / 1000 =4.6 * 10 ^ -7 weight of Proventil to gives these number of moles = 4.6 * 10 ^ -7 * 239.311 = 11.00 * 10 ^ -5 g = .11 mg so the solution is prepared by dissolving .11 mg of Proventin in 50 ml solution In a 3% w/v solution there are 3 gm / 100 ml of solution this = 3000 mg in 100 ml of solution or 3000 / 50 mg in 2 ml or cc = 60 mg Answered by Josef Devol 1 year ago.


Prescription Filled??? ProAir not Proventil!?
my doctor prescribed me proventil hfa for an inhaler when i picked up my refill after getting like 3 of proventil i got proair... is it ok i take the proair..?? he obviously knew what he was doing !?!?! Asked by Eugene Mccarrick 1 year ago.

Sarah, Proventil is one of the original proprietary makers of Albuterol Sulfate ... ProAir is also Albuterol Sulfate .... and is one of the companies that were allowed to manufacture / or distribute the drug after Proventil/Ventolin lost their 7 year patent on propriety .... Thus said, it is no different from your Proventil ... and is safe to take ... Answered by Verdell Martorano 1 year ago.

Proventil Vs Proair Answered by Mimi Cherchio 1 year ago.

Yesterday my doc told me they're the same and I have used both. I have the exact same side effects with both Proventil and ProAir. I don't have COPD but that's not the only thing these inhalers are prescribed for. They open up the passageways in your lungs and help decrease inflammation every time you take a puff. So you don't wheeze as much and your coughs are productive. Seriously, check their websites and you'll see what I'm talking about. They're the same. Answered by Charley Kellogg 1 year ago.

RE: Prescription Filled??? ProAir not Proventil!? my doctor prescribed me proventil hfa for an inhaler when i picked up my refill after getting like 3 of proventil i got proair... is it ok i take the proair..?? he obviously knew what he was doing !?!?! Answered by Floretta Azore 1 year ago.

No No No,,the pharmsist made huge mistake proair is foor copd if you dont have copd it can make your asthmas symptoms worse Answered by Jeanene Bongartz 1 year ago.

the pharmisist pretty much knows what hes doing.if you still doubt it then ask him your self don't take untill you know for sure! Answered by Vella Offutt 1 year ago.

its ok I have used both it wont hurt you. Answered by Lita Courchene 1 year ago.


Why my boy of 5 years is not diagnostic with asthma but the doctor prescript proventil?
I have a five years boy, that the doctor told me he is not asthmatic but he give me the prescription for respiratory therapist. Why? I don't like to give him to many Proventil Asked by Sharee Petrain 1 year ago.

Proventil (albuterol sulfate) relaxes muscles in the airways to increase airflow to your lungs (helps make it easier to breathe). Is he having a hard time breathing or has a bad cough? Or maybe from excercise (sport maybe)? If so, these would be the leading cause for the perscription, which doesn't necessarily mean he has to have asthma. Shortness of breath could very well be temperary. But if he doesn't have these problems, I would ask your son's doctor for reasoning. Answered by Juli Bahe 1 year ago.

maybe he has an UPPER RESPIRATORY INFECTION OR CYSTIC FIBROSIS YOU NEED TO ASK THE MEDICAL DOCTOR WHO PRESCRIBED THIS MEDICINE WHY IT WAS PRESCRIBED OBVIOUSLY YOUR CHILD HAD WHEEZING IN LUNGS TO GET THIS MEDICINE PRESCRIBED TO HIM ASK THE DOCTOR WHO PRESCRIBED IT Answered by Denyse Reddell 1 year ago.


What's better an albuterol inhaler or a proventil inhaler?
i know that the albuterol inhalers are no longer sold but i want to know which inhaler is better for ME not the dang environment because if the albuterol inhaler is better i want to try and get them back so asthmatics like myself can life longer. Asked by Bryanna Meeter 1 year ago.

They are the same. Proventil is also albuterol. Albuterol is the drug name. The only difference is that the traditional albuterol inhalers use chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) as the propellant to deliver the medicine into lungs. Proventil inhalers contain the same medicine (albuterol) and provide the same relief as the traditional CFC inhalers you are used to. Answered by Bettina Feltmann 1 year ago.

I used to use albuterol, but it's no longer made to protect the environment. Now they have proventil. I feel that albuterol works better than proventil, but it could be just a perception if they have the same med. Answered by Kari Domer 1 year ago.

albuterol is the generic name for proventil. Same stuff. It also goes by the name Ventolin. One is as good as the other. I hadn't heard about a recall but if it's about the compressed gas in the cartridge, good God they're really going to far with this crap. Sorry, but if they think those little canisters are going to effect the environment they're out of their minds. Answered by Merle Shetley 1 year ago.

a nebulizer, but they don't fit so well into a purse or pocket. follow up with your pulmonologist. Answered by Marcus Bungart 1 year ago.


I have asthma. i take proventil but i still have trouble breathing, help!?
what should i do i have a dr. appointment coming up anything special i should tell him so he can help fix me? I have trouble breathing at night. it is starting to scare me. Asked by Santos Palanza 1 year ago.

I have the same problem. I've been toughing it out for years now, but finally went to a doctor today. They gave me Proventil but as soon as I took a puff I threw up all over my kitchen! Really gross, and I don't think I'll be using the Proventil again. I'll keep taking the Claritin and hope for the best. But my tip from years of living with wheezing and trouble breating is to sleep sitting as upright as possible. When my wheezing is bad I put about 3 pillows under my torso so that I'm propped semi-upright. If that doesn't work I sleep in a recliner chair that doesn't recline very far so that I'm sitting up. It does help me breath, maybe it'll help you. Good luck- having this problem sucks. Answered by Samuel Simmions 1 year ago.


Is the schering company discontinuing proventil?
I use a pharmacy by mail service, and have been impatiently waiting for almost a month for my meds. I had already decided I better call them on Monday. Well, Saturday I receive in the mail a letter from the Pharmacy stating I need a new prescription for some thing other than Proventil (which I have used for over 20... Asked by Ethel Stratman 1 year ago.

I use a pharmacy by mail service, and have been impatiently waiting for almost a month for my meds. I had already decided I better call them on Monday. Well, Saturday I receive in the mail a letter from the Pharmacy stating I need a new prescription for some thing other than Proventil (which I have used for over 20 years) because the manufacturer had discontinued it! My Dr. is out of town ,and not only I am concerned aboutrunning out, but what Am I going to take for my Asthma now? Has anyone else heard about this, and why didn't my Dr. know? I just had my yearly checkup, and this was a new prescription. Even stranger is the fact that I received a message from PrimeMail Pharmacy 2 weeks ago saying my order was on its way, never came, and then this letter in the mail saying discontinued- I cannot run out of tis , any ideas? I'm very worried!! Answered by Iona Trayer 1 year ago.

I'll explain what is happening. All CFC inhalers are being phased out by the end of 2008. You will need an HFA inhaler. Proventil is Albuterol, a generic drug. You can get a new prescription for Proventil HFA. Now, HFA inhalers are different. They use a fine mist instead of the harsh spray. They might taste different because the propellant is different. Answered by Carin Netzer 1 year ago.


Proventil?
Aww...thanks! I thought it was a must use daily thing that had effects when used long term, etc. Asked by Trenton Retzer 1 year ago.

That's what it is, a fast acting inhaler to be used as needed - it's not the type that you need to use daily Answered by Krissy Wehr 1 year ago.

Yes, that's what it is . Bronchial or rescue inhaler Answered by Sarai Kaaihue 1 year ago.

That is what it is. Answered by Robbie Brosnahan 1 year ago.


I suffer from COPD or reactive airway disease and my doctor has prescribed flovent and proventil even?
though I never have breathing problems. I have bronchitis(?) with phlegm buildup that causes me to cough and almost vomit. I have never really understood what is wrong with me. Asked by Brian Tonrey 1 year ago.

One of the reasons you have COPD is that your airways overreact to virtually everything. They get swollen and the goblet cells produce too much mucous usually out of proportion to the stimulus.They also constrict making air movement more difficult and uneven. Normally ventilation is evenly distributed throughout the lungs. With COPD The air flow is uneven according to how much mucous is where and how much bronchoconstriction is taking place and where. This sets up underventilation of the areas that are essentially blocked. This allows bacteria to grow if there are any there and the airways and alveoli lose there function and can shut down. That's why your doctor has you on Proventil and Flovent. Trying to keep your airways open and not inflamed.And also to keep your mucous thin so it's easier to cough up. The problem being that you can't get enough air behind the mucous to push from the back and expel it. The mucous that you don't cough up simply gets thicker and thicker and just becomes more difficult. You must keep yourself well hydrated. Lots of water. to help with this problem. So you can see why they get frustrated with patients who continue to smoke which just causes the very thing your trying to avoid. God bless. Answered by Maurice Stegall 1 year ago.

Your lungs are overly sensitive to natural and man-made pollutants---likely been this way your whole life, but only NOW does the condition occur more often. Doctors used to label it the "coughing crud". Your best approach is to keep a very tidy clean house and buy a couple of inexpensive, but effective air cleaning machines along your home; there's even a few small model air cleaners for cars as well. If you smoke, you're not helping yourself and it's best you quit. Typically, climatic changes during the early Spring and Fall months are difficulut and you are pressed hard to avoid industrial pollutants. Do keep yourself well hydrated and ask your doctor for breathing treatment meds FREE of steroids. Answered by Janine Patnode 1 year ago.

no, the smoke would react very badly with your lungs. It might do damage even in food. Answered by Thurman Latten 1 year ago.


Proventil reaction, is this normal?
I am 24 years old and went to the doctor today for breathing problems and high heart rate. The doctor is pretty sure I have asthma and has scheduled additional tests to be sure that is the correct diagnosis. In the meantime, she proscribed me proventil (ambuterol) and i'm supposed to take 2 puffs every 4 hours.... Asked by Mae Agustin 1 year ago.

I am 24 years old and went to the doctor today for breathing problems and high heart rate. The doctor is pretty sure I have asthma and has scheduled additional tests to be sure that is the correct diagnosis. In the meantime, she proscribed me proventil (ambuterol) and i'm supposed to take 2 puffs every 4 hours. I took the first 2 puffs this afternoon and was fine, breathing improved a little but I just took my 2 puffs for this evening and within minutes my hands are shaking uncontrollably. My whole body feels a little shaky. Is this normal? Should I just lay down and try to relax until the trembling goes away or should I go to the e.r.? Answered by Angelique Rivera 1 year ago.

proventil is a broncho-dialator(a mild stimulant)and as such will cause tremmor in sensitive people ,if this becomes bothersome or does not go away with continued use ,consult your health care provider .I have used it for years and ,yes it will make you a bit shakey from time to time ,but you will get used to it after a while ,it 's no big deal unless you are shaking so violently that you can not hold a half glass of water at arms length without spilling it all over the place ,if it hits you that bad call the e.r. first to see if they wish to see you ,but generally ,in time the shakes will subside ,and you will be fine ,ti takes time to get used to a new drug and proventil is no different( you might wish to expand the time between puffs ,to 5 minutes between the first and second puffs,this will get the requsite amount of drug into the system and will not cause the overload that results in the shakes ) Answered by Brenda Lecoultre 1 year ago.


Describe how to prepare 50.ml of 2.3x10-2 M solution of Proventil. Calculate mg drug in 2cc of 3.0%(m/v) sol.?
Asked by Celia Deharo 1 year ago.

Proventil has a molecular weight of 239.311 g/mol number of moles for the desired solution = 2.3x10-2 * 50 / 1000 =4.6 * 10 ^ -7 weight of Proventil to gives these number of moles = 4.6 * 10 ^ -7 * 239.311 = 11.00 * 10 ^ -5 g = .11 mg so the solution is prepared by dissolving .11 mg of Proventin in 50 ml solution In a 3% w/v solution there are 3 gm / 100 ml of solution this = 3000 mg in 100 ml of solution or 3000 / 50 mg in 2 ml or cc = 60 mg Answered by Giuseppina Segroves 1 year ago.


Prescription Filled??? ProAir not Proventil!?
my doctor prescribed me proventil hfa for an inhaler when i picked up my refill after getting like 3 of proventil i got proair... is it ok i take the proair..?? he obviously knew what he was doing !?!?! Asked by Marquis Proveaux 1 year ago.

Sarah, Proventil is one of the original proprietary makers of Albuterol Sulfate ... ProAir is also Albuterol Sulfate .... and is one of the companies that were allowed to manufacture / or distribute the drug after Proventil/Ventolin lost their 7 year patent on propriety .... Thus said, it is no different from your Proventil ... and is safe to take ... Answered by Jared Morea 1 year ago.

Proventil Vs Proair Answered by Ronnie Loforte 1 year ago.

Yesterday my doc told me they're the same and I have used both. I have the exact same side effects with both Proventil and ProAir. I don't have COPD but that's not the only thing these inhalers are prescribed for. They open up the passageways in your lungs and help decrease inflammation every time you take a puff. So you don't wheeze as much and your coughs are productive. Seriously, check their websites and you'll see what I'm talking about. They're the same. Answered by Felicidad Przewozman 1 year ago.

RE: Prescription Filled??? ProAir not Proventil!? my doctor prescribed me proventil hfa for an inhaler when i picked up my refill after getting like 3 of proventil i got proair... is it ok i take the proair..?? he obviously knew what he was doing !?!?! Answered by Mila Fuel 1 year ago.

No No No,,the pharmsist made huge mistake proair is foor copd if you dont have copd it can make your asthmas symptoms worse Answered by Phoebe Wass 1 year ago.

the pharmisist pretty much knows what hes doing.if you still doubt it then ask him your self don't take untill you know for sure! Answered by Evie Zingler 1 year ago.

its ok I have used both it wont hurt you. Answered by Youlanda Bradtke 1 year ago.


Why my boy of 5 years is not diagnostic with asthma but the doctor prescript proventil?
I have a five years boy, that the doctor told me he is not asthmatic but he give me the prescription for respiratory therapist. Why? I don't like to give him to many Proventil Asked by Marion Newitt 1 year ago.

Proventil (albuterol sulfate) relaxes muscles in the airways to increase airflow to your lungs (helps make it easier to breathe). Is he having a hard time breathing or has a bad cough? Or maybe from excercise (sport maybe)? If so, these would be the leading cause for the perscription, which doesn't necessarily mean he has to have asthma. Shortness of breath could very well be temperary. But if he doesn't have these problems, I would ask your son's doctor for reasoning. Answered by Morris Beseau 1 year ago.

maybe he has an UPPER RESPIRATORY INFECTION OR CYSTIC FIBROSIS YOU NEED TO ASK THE MEDICAL DOCTOR WHO PRESCRIBED THIS MEDICINE WHY IT WAS PRESCRIBED OBVIOUSLY YOUR CHILD HAD WHEEZING IN LUNGS TO GET THIS MEDICINE PRESCRIBED TO HIM ASK THE DOCTOR WHO PRESCRIBED IT Answered by Bernadette Demma 1 year ago.


What's better an albuterol inhaler or a proventil inhaler?
i know that the albuterol inhalers are no longer sold but i want to know which inhaler is better for ME not the dang environment because if the albuterol inhaler is better i want to try and get them back so asthmatics like myself can life longer. Asked by Donnetta Speckman 1 year ago.

They are the same. Proventil is also albuterol. Albuterol is the drug name. The only difference is that the traditional albuterol inhalers use chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) as the propellant to deliver the medicine into lungs. Proventil inhalers contain the same medicine (albuterol) and provide the same relief as the traditional CFC inhalers you are used to. Answered by Viviana Dacquel 1 year ago.

I used to use albuterol, but it's no longer made to protect the environment. Now they have proventil. I feel that albuterol works better than proventil, but it could be just a perception if they have the same med. Answered by Deana Lavinder 1 year ago.

albuterol is the generic name for proventil. Same stuff. It also goes by the name Ventolin. One is as good as the other. I hadn't heard about a recall but if it's about the compressed gas in the cartridge, good God they're really going to far with this crap. Sorry, but if they think those little canisters are going to effect the environment they're out of their minds. Answered by Deangelo Lando 1 year ago.

a nebulizer, but they don't fit so well into a purse or pocket. follow up with your pulmonologist. Answered by Oda Catala 1 year ago.


I have asthma. i take proventil but i still have trouble breathing, help!?
what should i do i have a dr. appointment coming up anything special i should tell him so he can help fix me? I have trouble breathing at night. it is starting to scare me. Asked by Brendon Matyas 1 year ago.

I have the same problem. I've been toughing it out for years now, but finally went to a doctor today. They gave me Proventil but as soon as I took a puff I threw up all over my kitchen! Really gross, and I don't think I'll be using the Proventil again. I'll keep taking the Claritin and hope for the best. But my tip from years of living with wheezing and trouble breating is to sleep sitting as upright as possible. When my wheezing is bad I put about 3 pillows under my torso so that I'm propped semi-upright. If that doesn't work I sleep in a recliner chair that doesn't recline very far so that I'm sitting up. It does help me breath, maybe it'll help you. Good luck- having this problem sucks. Answered by Lida Vanscyoc 1 year ago.


Is the schering company discontinuing proventil?
I use a pharmacy by mail service, and have been impatiently waiting for almost a month for my meds. I had already decided I better call them on Monday. Well, Saturday I receive in the mail a letter from the Pharmacy stating I need a new prescription for some thing other than Proventil (which I have used for over 20... Asked by Gema Pribble 1 year ago.

I use a pharmacy by mail service, and have been impatiently waiting for almost a month for my meds. I had already decided I better call them on Monday. Well, Saturday I receive in the mail a letter from the Pharmacy stating I need a new prescription for some thing other than Proventil (which I have used for over 20 years) because the manufacturer had discontinued it! My Dr. is out of town ,and not only I am concerned aboutrunning out, but what Am I going to take for my Asthma now? Has anyone else heard about this, and why didn't my Dr. know? I just had my yearly checkup, and this was a new prescription. Even stranger is the fact that I received a message from PrimeMail Pharmacy 2 weeks ago saying my order was on its way, never came, and then this letter in the mail saying discontinued- I cannot run out of tis , any ideas? I'm very worried!! Answered by Dreama Hasenbeck 1 year ago.

I'll explain what is happening. All CFC inhalers are being phased out by the end of 2008. You will need an HFA inhaler. Proventil is Albuterol, a generic drug. You can get a new prescription for Proventil HFA. Now, HFA inhalers are different. They use a fine mist instead of the harsh spray. They might taste different because the propellant is different. Answered by Trudy Chamul 1 year ago.


Proventil?
Aww...thanks! I thought it was a must use daily thing that had effects when used long term, etc. Asked by Cari Spivack 1 year ago.

That's what it is, a fast acting inhaler to be used as needed - it's not the type that you need to use daily Answered by Annabell Pawluk 1 year ago.

Yes, that's what it is . Bronchial or rescue inhaler Answered by Natalia Timper 1 year ago.

That is what it is. Answered by Gussie Bruso 1 year ago.


I suffer from COPD or reactive airway disease and my doctor has prescribed flovent and proventil even?
though I never have breathing problems. I have bronchitis(?) with phlegm buildup that causes me to cough and almost vomit. I have never really understood what is wrong with me. Asked by Eusebia Asay 1 year ago.

One of the reasons you have COPD is that your airways overreact to virtually everything. They get swollen and the goblet cells produce too much mucous usually out of proportion to the stimulus.They also constrict making air movement more difficult and uneven. Normally ventilation is evenly distributed throughout the lungs. With COPD The air flow is uneven according to how much mucous is where and how much bronchoconstriction is taking place and where. This sets up underventilation of the areas that are essentially blocked. This allows bacteria to grow if there are any there and the airways and alveoli lose there function and can shut down. That's why your doctor has you on Proventil and Flovent. Trying to keep your airways open and not inflamed.And also to keep your mucous thin so it's easier to cough up. The problem being that you can't get enough air behind the mucous to push from the back and expel it. The mucous that you don't cough up simply gets thicker and thicker and just becomes more difficult. You must keep yourself well hydrated. Lots of water. to help with this problem. So you can see why they get frustrated with patients who continue to smoke which just causes the very thing your trying to avoid. God bless. Answered by Lucas Boseman 1 year ago.

Your lungs are overly sensitive to natural and man-made pollutants---likely been this way your whole life, but only NOW does the condition occur more often. Doctors used to label it the "coughing crud". Your best approach is to keep a very tidy clean house and buy a couple of inexpensive, but effective air cleaning machines along your home; there's even a few small model air cleaners for cars as well. If you smoke, you're not helping yourself and it's best you quit. Typically, climatic changes during the early Spring and Fall months are difficulut and you are pressed hard to avoid industrial pollutants. Do keep yourself well hydrated and ask your doctor for breathing treatment meds FREE of steroids. Answered by Cecilia Pacheco 1 year ago.

no, the smoke would react very badly with your lungs. It might do damage even in food. Answered by Tawny Sais 1 year ago.


Proventil reaction, is this normal?
I am 24 years old and went to the doctor today for breathing problems and high heart rate. The doctor is pretty sure I have asthma and has scheduled additional tests to be sure that is the correct diagnosis. In the meantime, she proscribed me proventil (ambuterol) and i'm supposed to take 2 puffs every 4 hours.... Asked by Risa Gulotta 1 year ago.

I am 24 years old and went to the doctor today for breathing problems and high heart rate. The doctor is pretty sure I have asthma and has scheduled additional tests to be sure that is the correct diagnosis. In the meantime, she proscribed me proventil (ambuterol) and i'm supposed to take 2 puffs every 4 hours. I took the first 2 puffs this afternoon and was fine, breathing improved a little but I just took my 2 puffs for this evening and within minutes my hands are shaking uncontrollably. My whole body feels a little shaky. Is this normal? Should I just lay down and try to relax until the trembling goes away or should I go to the e.r.? Answered by Chante Willinsky 1 year ago.

proventil is a broncho-dialator(a mild stimulant)and as such will cause tremmor in sensitive people ,if this becomes bothersome or does not go away with continued use ,consult your health care provider .I have used it for years and ,yes it will make you a bit shakey from time to time ,but you will get used to it after a while ,it 's no big deal unless you are shaking so violently that you can not hold a half glass of water at arms length without spilling it all over the place ,if it hits you that bad call the e.r. first to see if they wish to see you ,but generally ,in time the shakes will subside ,and you will be fine ,ti takes time to get used to a new drug and proventil is no different( you might wish to expand the time between puffs ,to 5 minutes between the first and second puffs,this will get the requsite amount of drug into the system and will not cause the overload that results in the shakes ) Answered by Paula Galeas 1 year ago.


Describe how to prepare 50.ml of 2.3x10-2 M solution of Proventil. Calculate mg drug in 2cc of 3.0%(m/v) sol.?
Asked by Raven Jarzynka 1 year ago.

Proventil has a molecular weight of 239.311 g/mol number of moles for the desired solution = 2.3x10-2 * 50 / 1000 =4.6 * 10 ^ -7 weight of Proventil to gives these number of moles = 4.6 * 10 ^ -7 * 239.311 = 11.00 * 10 ^ -5 g = .11 mg so the solution is prepared by dissolving .11 mg of Proventin in 50 ml solution In a 3% w/v solution there are 3 gm / 100 ml of solution this = 3000 mg in 100 ml of solution or 3000 / 50 mg in 2 ml or cc = 60 mg Answered by Allena Benzing 1 year ago.


Prescription Filled??? ProAir not Proventil!?
my doctor prescribed me proventil hfa for an inhaler when i picked up my refill after getting like 3 of proventil i got proair... is it ok i take the proair..?? he obviously knew what he was doing !?!?! Asked by Tawna Cutliff 1 year ago.

Sarah, Proventil is one of the original proprietary makers of Albuterol Sulfate ... ProAir is also Albuterol Sulfate .... and is one of the companies that were allowed to manufacture / or distribute the drug after Proventil/Ventolin lost their 7 year patent on propriety .... Thus said, it is no different from your Proventil ... and is safe to take ... Answered by Alden Malik 1 year ago.

Proventil Vs Proair Answered by Izetta Chambliss 1 year ago.

Yesterday my doc told me they're the same and I have used both. I have the exact same side effects with both Proventil and ProAir. I don't have COPD but that's not the only thing these inhalers are prescribed for. They open up the passageways in your lungs and help decrease inflammation every time you take a puff. So you don't wheeze as much and your coughs are productive. Seriously, check their websites and you'll see what I'm talking about. They're the same. Answered by Marine Footer 1 year ago.

RE: Prescription Filled??? ProAir not Proventil!? my doctor prescribed me proventil hfa for an inhaler when i picked up my refill after getting like 3 of proventil i got proair... is it ok i take the proair..?? he obviously knew what he was doing !?!?! Answered by Roselyn Danos 1 year ago.

No No No,,the pharmsist made huge mistake proair is foor copd if you dont have copd it can make your asthmas symptoms worse Answered by Laura Laware 1 year ago.

the pharmisist pretty much knows what hes doing.if you still doubt it then ask him your self don't take untill you know for sure! Answered by Matthew Olejarski 1 year ago.

its ok I have used both it wont hurt you. Answered by Tish Holweger 1 year ago.


Why my boy of 5 years is not diagnostic with asthma but the doctor prescript proventil?
I have a five years boy, that the doctor told me he is not asthmatic but he give me the prescription for respiratory therapist. Why? I don't like to give him to many Proventil Asked by Ronald Aiton 1 year ago.

Proventil (albuterol sulfate) relaxes muscles in the airways to increase airflow to your lungs (helps make it easier to breathe). Is he having a hard time breathing or has a bad cough? Or maybe from excercise (sport maybe)? If so, these would be the leading cause for the perscription, which doesn't necessarily mean he has to have asthma. Shortness of breath could very well be temperary. But if he doesn't have these problems, I would ask your son's doctor for reasoning. Answered by Leora Desnoyers 1 year ago.

maybe he has an UPPER RESPIRATORY INFECTION OR CYSTIC FIBROSIS YOU NEED TO ASK THE MEDICAL DOCTOR WHO PRESCRIBED THIS MEDICINE WHY IT WAS PRESCRIBED OBVIOUSLY YOUR CHILD HAD WHEEZING IN LUNGS TO GET THIS MEDICINE PRESCRIBED TO HIM ASK THE DOCTOR WHO PRESCRIBED IT Answered by Caridad Zea 1 year ago.


What's better an albuterol inhaler or a proventil inhaler?
i know that the albuterol inhalers are no longer sold but i want to know which inhaler is better for ME not the dang environment because if the albuterol inhaler is better i want to try and get them back so asthmatics like myself can life longer. Asked by Lanita Kevan 1 year ago.

They are the same. Proventil is also albuterol. Albuterol is the drug name. The only difference is that the traditional albuterol inhalers use chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) as the propellant to deliver the medicine into lungs. Proventil inhalers contain the same medicine (albuterol) and provide the same relief as the traditional CFC inhalers you are used to. Answered by Elliott Holford 1 year ago.

I used to use albuterol, but it's no longer made to protect the environment. Now they have proventil. I feel that albuterol works better than proventil, but it could be just a perception if they have the same med. Answered by Harriette Bellantoni 1 year ago.

albuterol is the generic name for proventil. Same stuff. It also goes by the name Ventolin. One is as good as the other. I hadn't heard about a recall but if it's about the compressed gas in the cartridge, good God they're really going to far with this crap. Sorry, but if they think those little canisters are going to effect the environment they're out of their minds. Answered by Jeanna Yip 1 year ago.

a nebulizer, but they don't fit so well into a purse or pocket. follow up with your pulmonologist. Answered by Rosanna Texter 1 year ago.


I have asthma. i take proventil but i still have trouble breathing, help!?
what should i do i have a dr. appointment coming up anything special i should tell him so he can help fix me? I have trouble breathing at night. it is starting to scare me. Asked by Lena Haver 1 year ago.

I have the same problem. I've been toughing it out for years now, but finally went to a doctor today. They gave me Proventil but as soon as I took a puff I threw up all over my kitchen! Really gross, and I don't think I'll be using the Proventil again. I'll keep taking the Claritin and hope for the best. But my tip from years of living with wheezing and trouble breating is to sleep sitting as upright as possible. When my wheezing is bad I put about 3 pillows under my torso so that I'm propped semi-upright. If that doesn't work I sleep in a recliner chair that doesn't recline very far so that I'm sitting up. It does help me breath, maybe it'll help you. Good luck- having this problem sucks. Answered by Frederic Mccutcheon 1 year ago.


Is the schering company discontinuing proventil?
I use a pharmacy by mail service, and have been impatiently waiting for almost a month for my meds. I had already decided I better call them on Monday. Well, Saturday I receive in the mail a letter from the Pharmacy stating I need a new prescription for some thing other than Proventil (which I have used for over 20... Asked by Khadijah Stever 1 year ago.

I use a pharmacy by mail service, and have been impatiently waiting for almost a month for my meds. I had already decided I better call them on Monday. Well, Saturday I receive in the mail a letter from the Pharmacy stating I need a new prescription for some thing other than Proventil (which I have used for over 20 years) because the manufacturer had discontinued it! My Dr. is out of town ,and not only I am concerned aboutrunning out, but what Am I going to take for my Asthma now? Has anyone else heard about this, and why didn't my Dr. know? I just had my yearly checkup, and this was a new prescription. Even stranger is the fact that I received a message from PrimeMail Pharmacy 2 weeks ago saying my order was on its way, never came, and then this letter in the mail saying discontinued- I cannot run out of tis , any ideas? I'm very worried!! Answered by Genna Pinzino 1 year ago.

I'll explain what is happening. All CFC inhalers are being phased out by the end of 2008. You will need an HFA inhaler. Proventil is Albuterol, a generic drug. You can get a new prescription for Proventil HFA. Now, HFA inhalers are different. They use a fine mist instead of the harsh spray. They might taste different because the propellant is different. Answered by Elissa Neason 1 year ago.


Proventil?
Aww...thanks! I thought it was a must use daily thing that had effects when used long term, etc. Asked by Karmen Riebe 1 year ago.

That's what it is, a fast acting inhaler to be used as needed - it's not the type that you need to use daily Answered by Ty Carlington 1 year ago.

Yes, that's what it is . Bronchial or rescue inhaler Answered by Stevie Lecourt 1 year ago.

That is what it is. Answered by Kanisha Vita 1 year ago.


I suffer from COPD or reactive airway disease and my doctor has prescribed flovent and proventil even?
though I never have breathing problems. I have bronchitis(?) with phlegm buildup that causes me to cough and almost vomit. I have never really understood what is wrong with me. Asked by Tynisha Lekwa 1 year ago.

One of the reasons you have COPD is that your airways overreact to virtually everything. They get swollen and the goblet cells produce too much mucous usually out of proportion to the stimulus.They also constrict making air movement more difficult and uneven. Normally ventilation is evenly distributed throughout the lungs. With COPD The air flow is uneven according to how much mucous is where and how much bronchoconstriction is taking place and where. This sets up underventilation of the areas that are essentially blocked. This allows bacteria to grow if there are any there and the airways and alveoli lose there function and can shut down. That's why your doctor has you on Proventil and Flovent. Trying to keep your airways open and not inflamed.And also to keep your mucous thin so it's easier to cough up. The problem being that you can't get enough air behind the mucous to push from the back and expel it. The mucous that you don't cough up simply gets thicker and thicker and just becomes more difficult. You must keep yourself well hydrated. Lots of water. to help with this problem. So you can see why they get frustrated with patients who continue to smoke which just causes the very thing your trying to avoid. God bless. Answered by Milly Fedder 1 year ago.

Your lungs are overly sensitive to natural and man-made pollutants---likely been this way your whole life, but only NOW does the condition occur more often. Doctors used to label it the "coughing crud". Your best approach is to keep a very tidy clean house and buy a couple of inexpensive, but effective air cleaning machines along your home; there's even a few small model air cleaners for cars as well. If you smoke, you're not helping yourself and it's best you quit. Typically, climatic changes during the early Spring and Fall months are difficulut and you are pressed hard to avoid industrial pollutants. Do keep yourself well hydrated and ask your doctor for breathing treatment meds FREE of steroids. Answered by Brianna Modique 1 year ago.

no, the smoke would react very badly with your lungs. It might do damage even in food. Answered by Kristina Coller 1 year ago.


Proventil reaction, is this normal?
I am 24 years old and went to the doctor today for breathing problems and high heart rate. The doctor is pretty sure I have asthma and has scheduled additional tests to be sure that is the correct diagnosis. In the meantime, she proscribed me proventil (ambuterol) and i'm supposed to take 2 puffs every 4 hours.... Asked by Marget Seti 1 year ago.

I am 24 years old and went to the doctor today for breathing problems and high heart rate. The doctor is pretty sure I have asthma and has scheduled additional tests to be sure that is the correct diagnosis. In the meantime, she proscribed me proventil (ambuterol) and i'm supposed to take 2 puffs every 4 hours. I took the first 2 puffs this afternoon and was fine, breathing improved a little but I just took my 2 puffs for this evening and within minutes my hands are shaking uncontrollably. My whole body feels a little shaky. Is this normal? Should I just lay down and try to relax until the trembling goes away or should I go to the e.r.? Answered by Joshua Ronca 1 year ago.

proventil is a broncho-dialator(a mild stimulant)and as such will cause tremmor in sensitive people ,if this becomes bothersome or does not go away with continued use ,consult your health care provider .I have used it for years and ,yes it will make you a bit shakey from time to time ,but you will get used to it after a while ,it 's no big deal unless you are shaking so violently that you can not hold a half glass of water at arms length without spilling it all over the place ,if it hits you that bad call the e.r. first to see if they wish to see you ,but generally ,in time the shakes will subside ,and you will be fine ,ti takes time to get used to a new drug and proventil is no different( you might wish to expand the time between puffs ,to 5 minutes between the first and second puffs,this will get the requsite amount of drug into the system and will not cause the overload that results in the shakes ) Answered by Ivette Zahri 1 year ago.


Describe how to prepare 50.ml of 2.3x10-2 M solution of Proventil. Calculate mg drug in 2cc of 3.0%(m/v) sol.?
Asked by Nida Heslep 1 year ago.

Proventil has a molecular weight of 239.311 g/mol number of moles for the desired solution = 2.3x10-2 * 50 / 1000 =4.6 * 10 ^ -7 weight of Proventil to gives these number of moles = 4.6 * 10 ^ -7 * 239.311 = 11.00 * 10 ^ -5 g = .11 mg so the solution is prepared by dissolving .11 mg of Proventin in 50 ml solution In a 3% w/v solution there are 3 gm / 100 ml of solution this = 3000 mg in 100 ml of solution or 3000 / 50 mg in 2 ml or cc = 60 mg Answered by Roosevelt Calibuso 1 year ago.


Prescription Filled??? ProAir not Proventil!?
my doctor prescribed me proventil hfa for an inhaler when i picked up my refill after getting like 3 of proventil i got proair... is it ok i take the proair..?? he obviously knew what he was doing !?!?! Asked by Carey Mcclod 1 year ago.

Sarah, Proventil is one of the original proprietary makers of Albuterol Sulfate ... ProAir is also Albuterol Sulfate .... and is one of the companies that were allowed to manufacture / or distribute the drug after Proventil/Ventolin lost their 7 year patent on propriety .... Thus said, it is no different from your Proventil ... and is safe to take ... Answered by Terrie Crimin 1 year ago.

Proventil Vs Proair Answered by Zulma Nagelkirk 1 year ago.

Yesterday my doc told me they're the same and I have used both. I have the exact same side effects with both Proventil and ProAir. I don't have COPD but that's not the only thing these inhalers are prescribed for. They open up the passageways in your lungs and help decrease inflammation every time you take a puff. So you don't wheeze as much and your coughs are productive. Seriously, check their websites and you'll see what I'm talking about. They're the same. Answered by Maisha Easlick 1 year ago.

RE: Prescription Filled??? ProAir not Proventil!? my doctor prescribed me proventil hfa for an inhaler when i picked up my refill after getting like 3 of proventil i got proair... is it ok i take the proair..?? he obviously knew what he was doing !?!?! Answered by Tillie Baillie 1 year ago.

No No No,,the pharmsist made huge mistake proair is foor copd if you dont have copd it can make your asthmas symptoms worse Answered by Gia Bigger 1 year ago.

the pharmisist pretty much knows what hes doing.if you still doubt it then ask him your self don't take untill you know for sure! Answered by Birgit Luke 1 year ago.

its ok I have used both it wont hurt you. Answered by Lanny Vossler 1 year ago.


Why my boy of 5 years is not diagnostic with asthma but the doctor prescript proventil?
I have a five years boy, that the doctor told me he is not asthmatic but he give me the prescription for respiratory therapist. Why? I don't like to give him to many Proventil Asked by Janette Alessi 1 year ago.

Proventil (albuterol sulfate) relaxes muscles in the airways to increase airflow to your lungs (helps make it easier to breathe). Is he having a hard time breathing or has a bad cough? Or maybe from excercise (sport maybe)? If so, these would be the leading cause for the perscription, which doesn't necessarily mean he has to have asthma. Shortness of breath could very well be temperary. But if he doesn't have these problems, I would ask your son's doctor for reasoning. Answered by Jenna Haugland 1 year ago.

maybe he has an UPPER RESPIRATORY INFECTION OR CYSTIC FIBROSIS YOU NEED TO ASK THE MEDICAL DOCTOR WHO PRESCRIBED THIS MEDICINE WHY IT WAS PRESCRIBED OBVIOUSLY YOUR CHILD HAD WHEEZING IN LUNGS TO GET THIS MEDICINE PRESCRIBED TO HIM ASK THE DOCTOR WHO PRESCRIBED IT Answered by Shawn Bourbon 1 year ago.


What's better an albuterol inhaler or a proventil inhaler?
i know that the albuterol inhalers are no longer sold but i want to know which inhaler is better for ME not the dang environment because if the albuterol inhaler is better i want to try and get them back so asthmatics like myself can life longer. Asked by Sherril Bonifacio 1 year ago.

They are the same. Proventil is also albuterol. Albuterol is the drug name. The only difference is that the traditional albuterol inhalers use chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) as the propellant to deliver the medicine into lungs. Proventil inhalers contain the same medicine (albuterol) and provide the same relief as the traditional CFC inhalers you are used to. Answered by Allene Tomidy 1 year ago.

I used to use albuterol, but it's no longer made to protect the environment. Now they have proventil. I feel that albuterol works better than proventil, but it could be just a perception if they have the same med. Answered by Walker Zollicoffer 1 year ago.

albuterol is the generic name for proventil. Same stuff. It also goes by the name Ventolin. One is as good as the other. I hadn't heard about a recall but if it's about the compressed gas in the cartridge, good God they're really going to far with this crap. Sorry, but if they think those little canisters are going to effect the environment they're out of their minds. Answered by Melodee Lojek 1 year ago.

a nebulizer, but they don't fit so well into a purse or pocket. follow up with your pulmonologist. Answered by Graham Ohanesian 1 year ago.


I have asthma. i take proventil but i still have trouble breathing, help!?
what should i do i have a dr. appointment coming up anything special i should tell him so he can help fix me? I have trouble breathing at night. it is starting to scare me. Asked by Kiyoko Haddon 1 year ago.

I have the same problem. I've been toughing it out for years now, but finally went to a doctor today. They gave me Proventil but as soon as I took a puff I threw up all over my kitchen! Really gross, and I don't think I'll be using the Proventil again. I'll keep taking the Claritin and hope for the best. But my tip from years of living with wheezing and trouble breating is to sleep sitting as upright as possible. When my wheezing is bad I put about 3 pillows under my torso so that I'm propped semi-upright. If that doesn't work I sleep in a recliner chair that doesn't recline very far so that I'm sitting up. It does help me breath, maybe it'll help you. Good luck- having this problem sucks. Answered by Kathey Visher 1 year ago.


Is the schering company discontinuing proventil?
I use a pharmacy by mail service, and have been impatiently waiting for almost a month for my meds. I had already decided I better call them on Monday. Well, Saturday I receive in the mail a letter from the Pharmacy stating I need a new prescription for some thing other than Proventil (which I have used for over 20... Asked by Mendy Gaboury 1 year ago.

I use a pharmacy by mail service, and have been impatiently waiting for almost a month for my meds. I had already decided I better call them on Monday. Well, Saturday I receive in the mail a letter from the Pharmacy stating I need a new prescription for some thing other than Proventil (which I have used for over 20 years) because the manufacturer had discontinued it! My Dr. is out of town ,and not only I am concerned aboutrunning out, but what Am I going to take for my Asthma now? Has anyone else heard about this, and why didn't my Dr. know? I just had my yearly checkup, and this was a new prescription. Even stranger is the fact that I received a message from PrimeMail Pharmacy 2 weeks ago saying my order was on its way, never came, and then this letter in the mail saying discontinued- I cannot run out of tis , any ideas? I'm very worried!! Answered by Ocie Robel 1 year ago.

I'll explain what is happening. All CFC inhalers are being phased out by the end of 2008. You will need an HFA inhaler. Proventil is Albuterol, a generic drug. You can get a new prescription for Proventil HFA. Now, HFA inhalers are different. They use a fine mist instead of the harsh spray. They might taste different because the propellant is different. Answered by Lilli Namer 1 year ago.


Proventil?
Aww...thanks! I thought it was a must use daily thing that had effects when used long term, etc. Asked by Kaleigh Gleaton 1 year ago.

That's what it is, a fast acting inhaler to be used as needed - it's not the type that you need to use daily Answered by Rossie Gobeli 1 year ago.

Yes, that's what it is . Bronchial or rescue inhaler Answered by Alida Froberg 1 year ago.

That is what it is. Answered by Reginia Wirta 1 year ago.


I suffer from COPD or reactive airway disease and my doctor has prescribed flovent and proventil even?
though I never have breathing problems. I have bronchitis(?) with phlegm buildup that causes me to cough and almost vomit. I have never really understood what is wrong with me. Asked by Treasa Vejarano 1 year ago.

One of the reasons you have COPD is that your airways overreact to virtually everything. They get swollen and the goblet cells produce too much mucous usually out of proportion to the stimulus.They also constrict making air movement more difficult and uneven. Normally ventilation is evenly distributed throughout the lungs. With COPD The air flow is uneven according to how much mucous is where and how much bronchoconstriction is taking place and where. This sets up underventilation of the areas that are essentially blocked. This allows bacteria to grow if there are any there and the airways and alveoli lose there function and can shut down. That's why your doctor has you on Proventil and Flovent. Trying to keep your airways open and not inflamed.And also to keep your mucous thin so it's easier to cough up. The problem being that you can't get enough air behind the mucous to push from the back and expel it. The mucous that you don't cough up simply gets thicker and thicker and just becomes more difficult. You must keep yourself well hydrated. Lots of water. to help with this problem. So you can see why they get frustrated with patients who continue to smoke which just causes the very thing your trying to avoid. God bless. Answered by Phyllis Curvey 1 year ago.

Your lungs are overly sensitive to natural and man-made pollutants---likely been this way your whole life, but only NOW does the condition occur more often. Doctors used to label it the "coughing crud". Your best approach is to keep a very tidy clean house and buy a couple of inexpensive, but effective air cleaning machines along your home; there's even a few small model air cleaners for cars as well. If you smoke, you're not helping yourself and it's best you quit. Typically, climatic changes during the early Spring and Fall months are difficulut and you are pressed hard to avoid industrial pollutants. Do keep yourself well hydrated and ask your doctor for breathing treatment meds FREE of steroids. Answered by Jamal Perla 1 year ago.

no, the smoke would react very badly with your lungs. It might do damage even in food. Answered by Cindi Davy 1 year ago.


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