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Posted 18 Feb 2014 • 1 answer
Active ingredient is tiotropium bromide - should be used with an inhaler, not ingested...
Posted 15 Aug 2011 • 3 answers
Doctors have detected me to be suffering from bronchiectasis.I have been prescribed at different times the inhalers- Foracort(Formoterol), Tiova(Tiotropium),Seroflo((Salmeterol) and Duolin(Ipratropium). Kindly advice the best one or combination for me.
Posted 13 Feb 2011 • 3 answers
... also has severe COPD. He carries a rescuer inhaler (ProAir-HFA, albuterol sulfate) 3 puffs every 3 hours, takes Sprirvia (18 mcg tiotropium bromide inhalation powder capsule) once a day and he uses a nebulizer (3 times a day) which he puts a vile (0.5mg) of ipratropium bromide and a vile ...
Posted 1 Sep 2013 • 2 answers
Posted 8 Jun 2010 • 1 answer
August 2009, I was diagnosed with COPD and got SPIRIVA , after 3mnds, I had to stop cause eye-problems and acid reflux, made it impossible, to use it any longer! And it didn't work hardly at all!!!