VANCERIL Ressources

Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 017573/001.

Names and composition

"VANCERIL" is the commercial name of a drug composed of BECLOMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE.

Answered questions

Vanceril inhaler 17 gm 2 sparys (42 ug/spray )p.o. q.i.d.?
how many days will this be Asked by Kyle Hirsch 4 months ago.

Look at the inhaler. It will say something like 200 doses, actuations, or something similar. QID is 4 times a day. So 2 sprays per dose x 4 doses per day = 8 puffs per day. 200 puffs / 8 per day = 25 days. Vanceril is an inhaled steroid. Search the answers here for explanations of inhaled steroids and how to use an inhaler. Good luck! Answered by Devin Vorhies 4 months ago.

All that tells is by mouth 4 times a day, 2 sprays. Answered by Fredia Trosclair 4 months ago.


Need a website where you can enter in 2 different drugs and see how they work together.?
I need to know how proventil and vanceril work together and what you need to know about taking them together. Asked by Darleen Gergen 4 months ago.

Proventil (albuterol) is for immediate asthma relief, for when you are currently having an asthma attack. Vanceril helps avoid having asthma attacks in the first place and will not help when you are having one. Answered by Cruz Urps 4 months ago.


How do you treat a broken arm?
Asked by Kaleigh Bacher 4 months ago.

Hi student Here are some remedies to correct the issue. Herbal Aids: 1. Comfrey Tea and Organic Calcium: After the doctor has set the bone, drink three or more cups of comfrey tea each day--the more the better. With each cup of tea take the calcium combination. This is the formula: [This is Dr. Christopher's Calc Tea formula] 6 parts horsetail grass 4 parts comfrey root 3 parts oat straw 1 part lobelia For children old enough to take capsules, use two #00 capsules or more, three times in a day. As suggested, take these capsules with the comfrey tea. Mix the powder with blackstrap molasses, if it is hard to swallow the capsules. 2. Steroids Can Exacerbate Broken Bones: More dangerous still are the steroid drugs, such as Vanceril and Prednisone. If taken by children, these drugs can adversely affect growth and sexual maturation. It encourages yeast infections both locally and systemically. Adrenal insufficiency has been traced to this drug, so severe that death could result. Broken bones become more common among recipients of this kind of drug. And when you are ready to get yourself off the drug, you can suffer all kinds of side effects (withdrawal symptoms), such as inability to maintain body warmth, extreme tiredness, faintness, exhaustion, heart palpitations, and so on. 3. Broken Bones After Being Set: After a doctor has set the bone, drink three or more cups of B.F.&C. and/or comfrey tea or green drink per day. With each cup take two or more capsules of the Calc formula. 4. Dr. Christopher's BF&C: Over the years of practice I have had a number of patients who have had broken bones from osteoporosis. One case was a woman in her middle eighties with a fractured hip. After three months in a cast it showed no sign of healing, any more than two pieces of stick growing together. This woman was frightened because she was told that if the hip bones did not knit after putting on another cast for three months, they would cut her leg open and use stainless steel rods, bolts and nuts to make it possible for her to at least get around on crutches. This was in the early sixties and not much comfrey was available then. The lady's daughter was in one of my classes, and we asked the students to help out by donating as much comfrey as they could. We had enough donated from the class members that the patient had from a pint to a quart of comfrey green drink or comfrey tea each day, six days a week, week after week. At the end of this "three months," the cast was removed and the doctors were amazed, because during the first three months were was "no knitting" of the bone even evident, but with the comfrey being taken orally during the next three-month period the leg was healed. The daughter told us her mother was out square dancing within a couple of weeks after the cast was removed! Since this case was so outstanding we have had a formula developed called "bone, flesh and cartilage."[BF&C] This formula has done miraculous things with broken backs, legs, hips, etc. This formula has been used on curvature of the spine, polio, multiple sclerosis, and muscular dystrophy, stroke and arthritis of the bone. This formula is used externally as well as orally and has brought tremendously fast results. Best of health to you Cheers Answered by Marvis Hickok 4 months ago.

If the fracture is in basic terms partial and the bones are nevertheless related in many cases, it is going to heal as long as you do no longer use the arm for 6 weeks. you need to use a sling or splint to maintain it idle. A solid enables you to apply your arm. If the fracture has brought about the bones to cut up or twist, or if the ruin is at a joint, its possibly that the arm won't heal exact, and using the arm would be constrained completely if the bone isn't set and held in place for 6 weeks or greater. you would be able to desire to make certain a doctor for this type of fracture. If the fracture brought about the bone to break for the period of the floor, it is totally risky to flow away it untreated via fact severe an infection is possibly. Answered by Ladonna Salim 4 months ago.

You go to a doctor. They will set the arm (take x-rays to see the type of break and how best to set it) either using a cast, pins/plates, etc. You must then keep it still and not use it as directed by the doctor until it heals. Answered by Ismael Yearous 4 months ago.

Depends on the location and severity of the fracture. Simple fractures are usually just casted. A fracture causing a misalignment of the bones may require surgery. Multiple breaks also require surgery, traction, and the placement of rods,pins, plates ,screws or other devices. Answered by Mellie Mercy 4 months ago.

Go to the ER they will treat the problem right away. Answered by Wm Volker 4 months ago.

Go to the hospital immediately Answered by Jae Corvin 4 months ago.

Go to the dr. and get a cast. Answered by Robbi Lehn 4 months ago.


A 64 year old COPD patient has a complaint of increasing shortness of breath and productive cough of thick,...?
A 64 year old COPD patient has a complaint of increasing shortness of breath and productive cough of thick, yellow secretions. His respiratory rate is 22 and HR is 135. He has decreased breath sounds with expiratory wheezing. Which of the following medications would you recommend to alleviate the... Asked by Oscar Muinos 4 months ago.

A 64 year old COPD patient has a complaint of increasing shortness of breath and productive cough of thick, yellow secretions. His respiratory rate is 22 and HR is 135. He has decreased breath sounds with expiratory wheezing. Which of the following medications would you recommend to alleviate the dyspnea/wheezing? A) Vanceril MDI (Beclomethasone) B) Amoxicillin (Agmentin) C) Atrovent (ipratroprium bromide) D) Intal (cromolyn sodium) Answered by Maragret Doehring 4 months ago.

C. along with Albuterol. Steroids, A & D do nothing when inhaled in an acute onset like this. This patient needs IV Solumedrol. Amoxicillin has no immediate effect either though we used to give aerosolized antibiotics but there were just too many localized reactions so it generally went out of use except in severe cases. God bless. Answered by Marylyn Karabin 4 months ago.

B, C, and D. yellow could indicate infection(B), Atrovent will open and ease the lungs to enhance breathing, and Intal is for maintenance, not for rescue. But I am not a doc, RT, PhD or RN. Also a little morphine or roxanol might not be out of the question if this is chronic and recurring. Answered by Syreeta Bottoms 4 months ago.


Exercise induced coughing?
I have started the boot camp exercise classes a few weeks ago and every time I am in the class, around the middle of class, I start having coughing spells. I don't have asthma, but the coughs are like asthma attacks. The coughing lasts throughout the class until 2 hours afterwards. What is the cause of the... Asked by Kasandra Loner 4 months ago.

I have started the boot camp exercise classes a few weeks ago and every time I am in the class, around the middle of class, I start having coughing spells. I don't have asthma, but the coughs are like asthma attacks. The coughing lasts throughout the class until 2 hours afterwards. What is the cause of the coughing and will it go away if I stay in the class. What can I do to alleviate the coughing? Answered by Jaleesa Guttierez 4 months ago.

Chew some peppermint gum maybe. Idk what the coughing is but perhabs you are very out of shape which would cause it. It shoudl go away after a few weeks of steady exercise or less. Answered by Anneliese Yehle 4 months ago.

You're probably not really fit, therefore your lungs are working, probably something they're not used to. Answered by Lyla Niccoli 4 months ago.


Is there any new asthma medicine to take while I'm pregnant?
My 1st son will be 3 in May, and while I was pregnant with him, I had to get off my Advair 100/50. That, to me, is the only thing that helps my asthma the best. But I had to get off of it for his sake. I'm now a month pregnant, and have to call my pulmonary doctor and tell him about it. But since 2004, has... Asked by Ashli Sosnowski 4 months ago.

My 1st son will be 3 in May, and while I was pregnant with him, I had to get off my Advair 100/50. That, to me, is the only thing that helps my asthma the best. But I had to get off of it for his sake. I'm now a month pregnant, and have to call my pulmonary doctor and tell him about it. But since 2004, has there been a new medicine like Advair that I can take while being pregnant, or have they done more studies showing that Advair wouldn't harm the baby? I know I have to ask my doctor, but I like to have extra knowledge or info before I call. If there is anything that I could suggest to my doctor, I would like any info, thanks! Answered by Rachelle Evick 4 months ago.

Advair is a preventative, so you want another preventative until you can return to the advair. It is true, advair is not recommended during pregnancy. However, there are some drugs that are considered safe for asthma in pregnancy: pulmicort, vanceril, beclovent or qvar. These are great at preventing severe attacks. You might want to talk to your doctor about those. I am most familiar with pulmicort so listed it first. Congrats on the pregnancy! Answered by Ruthe Fickle 4 months ago.

Asthma is an allergy and is triggered by something. The best non medication treatment for asthma is learning your triggers and avoiding them. Common triggers are smoke, dust, mold, mildew, plants, dust mites, pets and grass/weeds. If you can not figure our your triggers, you may need to see an allergist and have allergy screening done. This may point out your triggers. The National Asthma Prevention Program and the Expert Panel of Diagnosis and Management of Asthma both agree if you have to use a prescription inhaler such as albuterol more then two time per week, your asthma is NOT in control and you will need a prescription controller medication. Controller medications are steroids (Asthmacort Asthmanex, Flovent, Pulmocort), Leukotriene modifier (Singulair, Aculade, Zyflo) or mast cell stabilizers (Cromolyn sodium, Intal, Tilade). You may want to talk to your doctor about several strong controller medications and maybe Xolair shots. If you want a proven, all-natural way to cure your asthma, without having to pay for useless medications with harmful side-effects, then this is the most important page you'll ever read. Answered by Shelba Leibe 4 months ago.

allergies is an hypersensitive reaction and is triggered by technique of a few thing. the right non drugs medical look after allergies is getting to understand your triggers and warding off them. undemanding triggers are smoke, dirt, mold, mold, flowers, dirt mites, pets and grass/weeds. in case you are able to't ascertain our your triggers, you are able to prefer to work out an allergist and characteristic hypersensitive reaction screening finished. this may communicate about your triggers. The nationwide allergies Prevention software and the specialist Panel of analysis and administration of allergies both agree once you should use a prescription inhaler alongside with albuterol more advantageous then 2 time a week, your allergies isn't on correct of issues and also you would elect a prescription controller drugs. Controller drugs are steroids (Asthmacort Asthmanex, Flovent, Pulmocort), Leukotriene modifier (Singulair, Aculade, Zyflo) or mast cellular stabilizers (Cromolyn sodium, Intal, Tilade). you are able to prefer to confer inclusive of your healthcare specialist about various good controller drugs and doubtless Xolair images. in case you want a shown, all-organic thanks to remedy your allergies, while not having to pay for ineffective drugs with volatile facet-outcomes, then it is the biggest web page you'll ever study. Answered by Kasandra Yourshaw 4 months ago.


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ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
017573/001 VANCERIL BECLOMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE AEROSOL, METERED/INHALATION 0.042MG per INH

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
017573/001 VANCERIL BECLOMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE AEROSOL, METERED/INHALATION 0.042MG per INH
018153/001 BECLOVENT BECLOMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE AEROSOL, METERED/INHALATION 0.042MG per INH
018521/001 VANCENASE BECLOMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE AEROSOL, METERED/NASAL 0.042MG per INH
018584/001 BECONASE BECLOMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE AEROSOL, METERED/NASAL 0.042MG per INH
020486/001 VANCERIL DOUBLE STRENGTH BECLOMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE AEROSOL, METERED/INHALATION 0.084MG per INH
020911/001 QVAR 80 BECLOMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE AEROSOL, METERED/INHALATION 0.08MG per INH
020911/002 QVAR 40 BECLOMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE AEROSOL, METERED/INHALATION 0.04MG per INH
202813/001 QNASL BECLOMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE AEROSOL, METERED/NASAL 0.08MG per ACTUATION
202813/002 QNASL BECLOMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE AEROSOL, METERED/NASAL 0.04MG per ACTUATION

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