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How do you use a Utibron Neohaler?

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Official Answer by 9 Mar 2016

Utibron Neohaler (generic name: indacaterol maleate/glycopyrrolate) is an inhalation medication used in adult patients 18 years and older for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Glycopyrrolate is an anticholinergic, and indacaterol is a bronchodilator.

This medication is not used to treat asthma. Seebri Neohaler is given as an inhalation (breathed in) from a special device and you should ask your health care provider to teach you how to use it.

One capsule that comes in the package with the Utibron Inhaler is placed inside the device prior to inhaling the medicine; the capsule is NOT to be swallowed. Also, do not place the capsule in the mouthpiece of the Neohaler inhaler.

Use one Utibron capsule inhaled through the Utibron Inhaler two times each day (one capsule in the morning and one capsule in the evening).

Specific instructions on how to use the Utibron Neohaler are also found in the package labeling. free discount card

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