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BUDELIN NOVOLIZER 200 MICROGRAMS PER ACTUATION INHALATION POWDER

Active substance(s): BUDESONIDE

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Cartridge

Sliding
cap

Dosage counter

Dosage
button

Package leaflet: Information for the user

Check that the colour of the control window has
changed back to red, also indicating a correct
inhalation. Replace the protective cap on the
­
mouthpiece – the inhalation procedure is now
complete.
The number in the top window indicates the
number of inhalations left. The numeric scale
200-60 is shown in steps of 20 and 60-0 in steps
of 10.If the click sound and change of the colour
did not appear, please repeat the procedure as
described above.

Budelin® Novolizer®

200 micrograms per actuation inhalation powder
Budesonide
Read all of this leaflet carefully before
you start using this medicine because it
contains important information for you.
– Keep this leaflet. You may need to read
it again.
– If you have any further questions, ask
your doctor or pharmacist.
– This medicine has been prescribed for
you only. Do not pass it on to others.
It may harm them, even if their symp­
toms are the same as yours.
– If you get any side effects, talk to your
doctor or pharmacist. This includes any
possible side effects not listed in this
leaflet. See section 4.

NOTE: The coloured dosage button should only
be pressed immediately before inhalation.
Protective cap

Control window

1. PREPARATION:
The NOVOLIZER® Dry
Cap
Powder Inhaler makes
inhaling simple and reli­
able. Its straightforward
use, fast cartridge re­
placement and simple
cleaning are easy and
quickly done.
Place the NOVOLIZER® Dry Powder Inhaler in
front of you. Lightly press together the ribbed
surfaces on both sides of the cap, move the cap
forwards () and lift off ().
Remove the protective
Aluminium foil
aluminium foil from the
Cartridge
cartridge cylinder and
zylinder
take out the new car­
tridge. However, this
should only be done just
before using the car­
tridge. The colour coding on the cartridge must
correspond to the colour of the dosage button.
First filling:
Insert the cartridge into
the NOVOLIZER® Dry
Powder Inhaler with the
dosage counter facing
the mouthpiece (). Do
not press the dosage
button while inserting
the cartridge.

Cartridge

Refilling:
Note: The NOVOLIZER® Dry Powder Inhaler
should be cleaned every time the cartridge is
­exchanged after removal of empty cartridge.
If you have already used the NOVOLIZER® Dry
Powder Inhaler, first remove the empty cartridge
and then insert the new one (). Do not press
the dosage button while inserting the cartridge.
Replace the cap into the
side guides from above
() and push down flat
towards the coloured
dosage button until it
snaps into place ().

Cap
Dosage button

Flat

The NOVOLIZER® is now
filled and ready for use.
You can leave the
cartridge in the NOVO­
­
LIZER® Dry Powder In­
haler until it has been
used up or for up to
6 months after in­sertion. The cartridge is used up
if you see a hatched “0” in the middle of the dos­
age counter. Then a new cartridge has to be in­
serted. The cartridges may only be used in the
original dry powder inhaler.
2. USAGE:
Whenever possible, sit
or stand while inhaling.
When using the NOVO­
LIZER® always keep it
horizontal. First remove
the protective cap ().
Completely depress the
coloured dosage button.
A loud double click will
be heard and the colour
of the control window
will change from red to
green. Then release the
coloured button. The
colour green in the con­
trol window indicates
that the NOVOLIZER®
device is ready for use.

Protective cap

Dosage button

Green colour indicates
ready for use

Control window

Exhale (but not into
the NOVOLIZER® Dry
Powder Inhaler). Put your
lips tightly around the
mouthpiece, inhale the
powder steadily, deeply
and as rapidly as possi­
ble (to the maximum inhalation) and then hold
the breath for a few seconds. During this breath
a loud click should be heard, indicating correct
inhalation. Then continue with normal breathing.
1

Inadvertent overdosing is not possible with the
NOVOLIZER®. The click sound and the change
of the colour in the control window indicate that
inhalation has been performed correctly. If the
­
­colour of the control window does not change
back to red, the inhalation should be repeated. If
inhalation is not completed correctly after several
­attempts, then you should consult your doctor.
3. CLEANING:
The NOVOLIZER® Dry Powder Inhaler should be
cleaned at regular intervals, but at least every
time the cartridge is exchanged.

What is in this leaflet:
1. 
What Budelin Novolizer 200 micrograms
is and what it is used for
2. What you need to know before you use
Budelin Novolizer 200 micro­grams
3. How to use Budelin Novolizer 200 micro­­
grams
4. Possible side effects
5. How to store Budelin Novolizer 200 micro­
grams
6. Contents of the pack and other information

Remove protective cap and mouthpiece
First remove the protec­
Mouthpiece
tive cap. Then grasp the
mouthpiece and turn it
briefly counter-clockwise
() until it becomes
loose. Then remove ().
Cleaning
Now turn the NOVO­
Dispensing slide
LIZER® upside down.
Grasp the loose dis­
pensing slide and move
it forwards () and up­
wards (). Any remain­
ing powder can be re­
moved by tapping lightly.
Clean the mouthpiece, the dispensing slide and
the powder inhaler with a soft and dry lint-free
cloth.
Do NOT use water or detergent.
Assembly – Insert dosage slide
After cleaning insert the
dosing slide by sliding
down at an angle ()
and press into position
().
Turn the inhaler back
over.

1. What Budelin Novolizer 200 micrograms
is and what it is used for
Budesonide, the active substance in Budelin
Novolizer 200 micrograms, is a glucocorti­
coid (corticosteroid) for inhalation.
Budelin Novolizer 200 micrograms is used
for regular treatment of persistent asthma.
NOTE:
Budelin Novolizer 200 micrograms should
not be used for treatment of a sudden attack
of respiratory distress (acute asthma attack
or Status asthmaticus (asthma a
­ttacks oc­
curring very frequently and/or persisting for
several days)).

Dispensing slide

2. What you need to know before you use
Budelin Novolizer 200 micrograms
Do not use Budelin Novolizer 200 micro­
grams if you are allergic to the budesonide
or to milk proteins that are contained in the
small amounts in the excipient lactose
monohydrate (see section 6).

Assembly – Fit mouthpiece and protective cap
Insert the mouthpiece
Groove
Mouthpiece
with the pin into the
groove on the left and
turn to the right until it
snaps into place. Finish
Pin
by replacing the protec­
tive cap.

Warnings and precautions
Talk to your doctor or pharmacist before
using Budelin Novolizer 200.
Contact your doctor if you experience
blurred vision or other visual disturbances.

Notes
• The Patient Information Leaflet describes how
the drug works. Please read it through care­
fully before using the inhaler for the first time.
• The NOVOLIZER® which comes with various
active substances does not use any pro­
pellants and is designed for refilling. This
makes the NOVOLIZER® a very environmen­
tally friendly product.
• 
It is not possible to overdose with the
­NOVOLIZER®. Even if the button is pressed
several times, no more powder is available for
inhalation. Only press the button when you
­really want to inhale. If you cannot manage to
inhale correctly after several attempts, consult
your doctor.
• The NOVOLIZER® can be refilled using new
cartridges* containing the active substance
and is thus ideally suited to long-term usage
(up to one year).
• Do not shake the filled NOVOLIZER®.
• 
Please support your children in proper
­handling of the device.
• 
Make sure your NOVOLIZER® is protected
from moisture and heat and kept clean at all
times.

Take special care in using Budelin Novo­
lizer 200 micrograms, if you are suffering from
lung tuberculosis or fungal infection or from
other infection of the airways. This also ap­
plies if you have been affected by these con­
ditions in the past. Ask your doctor for advice.
Budesonide is not suitable for treatment of
acute respiratory distress or severe continu­
ous spasm of the bronchial tubes (Status asthmaticus). Your doctor will advise you to use a
short‑acting inhaled bronchodilating agent
(bronchodilator) as rescue medication to re­
lieve the acute symptoms of your complaints.
If you have a severe liver disease, the elimi­
nation of Budesonide may be impaired. This
may lead to increased levels of Budesonide
in your blood.

*
Regarding corresponding medicines, please
ask your doctor.
MEDA Pharma GmbH & Co. KG
Benzstr. 1
61352 Bad Homburg (Germany)

Last Review October 2017

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Instructions for Use (Gebrauchsanleitung) in com­
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on Medical Devices)

Any inhaled glucocorticoids may cause side
effects, particularly when using high doses
for prolonged periods. These effects are
much less likely to occur with inhalation
treatment than with the intake of glucocorti­
coid tablets. Possible effects include disor­
ders in the function of the adrenal cortex,
Cushing’s syndrome, Cushingoid features
(hormone disorder caused by high levels of
cortisol in the blood with central obesitiy,
‘moon face’, thinning of the skin, hyperten­
sion, etc.), decrease in bone density, growth
retardation in children and adolescents as
well as eye disease (cataract and glaucoma),
and more rarely, a range of psychological or
behavioural effects including psychomotor
hyperactivity, sleep disorders, anxiety,
depression or aggression (particularly in
­
children). Therefore, it is important that the
lowest dose is administered at which effec­
tive control of asthma is maintained.

Should periods of stress or emergencies
(e.g. severe infections, injuries and surgery)
occur within the first few months of switch­
ing from intake of tablets to inhalation treat­
ment, it may be necessary to resume sys­
temic administration of glucocorticoids in
form of tablets or infusions. This applies also
to patients who have received prolonged
treatment with high doses of inhaled gluco­
corticoids. They may also have impaired
adrenocortical function and may need sys­
temic glucocorticoid cover during periods of
stress and/or for elective surgery.
After switching to inhalation treatment,
symptoms may occur that had been sup­
pressed by the previous systemic treatment
with glucocorticoids, e.g. symptoms of aller­
gic rhinitis, allergic rash or rheumatic com­
plaints. These symptoms should be treated
in addition by suitable medication.
Some patients might feel generally unwell in
a non-specific way during the switching period
despite maintenance or even improvement
in respiratory function. In such a case, please,
consult your doctor. He/she will then decide
whether treatment can be continued as
planned or if you have - for instance - symp­
toms of an insufficient function of the adre­
nal cortex conflicting with such continuation.
Other medicines and Budelin Novolizer
200 micrograms
Tell your doctor or pharmacist if you are
­taking / using, have recently taken / used or
might take / use any other medicines.
Some medicines may increase the effects of
Budelin Novolizer 200 micrograms and your
doctor may wish to monitor you carefully if
you are taking these medicines (including
some medicines for HIV, nelfinavir, ritonavir,
cobicstat and medicine for the treatment of
fungal disease, ketoconazole, itraconazole).
Therefore this combination should be avoided.
If this is not possible the time interval bet­
ween administration of these medicines and
Budesonide should be as long as possible.
Raised plasma concentrations of cortico­
steroids and enhanced effects of cortico­
steroids have been observed in women also
treated with oestrogens and contraceptive
steroids, but no effect has been observed
with budesonide and concomitant intake of
low dose combination oral contraceptives.
Because adrenal function may be sup­
pressed, an ACTH stimulation test for diag­
nosing pituitary insufficiency might show
false results (low values).
Pregnancy and breast-feeding
If you are pregnant or breast-feeding, think
you may be pregnant or are planning to
have a baby, ask your doctor or pharmacist
for advice before taking this medicine.
Pregnancy
Most results from prospective epidemiological
studies and world-wide post-marketing data
have not been able to detect an increased risk
for adverse effects for the foetus and newborn
child from the use of inhaled budesonide duri­
ng pregnancy. It is important for both foetus
and mother to maintain an adequate asthma
treatment during pregnancy. As with other
drugs administered during pregnancy, the
benefit of the administration of budesonide
­
for the mother should be weighed against the
risks to the foetus.
Breast-feeding
Budesonide is excreted in breast milk. How­
ever, at therapeutic doses no effects on the
suckling child are anticipated. Maintenance
treatment with inhaled budesonide (200 or
400 micrograms twice daily) in asthmatic
­nursing women results in negligible systemic
exposure to budesonide in breast-fed infants.
Therefore, Budelin Novolizer 200 micrograms
can be used during breast feeding.
Driving and using machines
Budesonide has no influence on the ability to
drive and use machines.
Budelin Novolizer 200 micrograms contains
milk sugar (lactose), 10.7 mg of lactose
monohydrate/delivered dose.
Normally, the content of lactose in a single
dose does not cause any problems in people
with lactose intolerance. If you are concerned

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that you may have an intolerance, you must
talk to your doctor.
Milk sugar (lactose) contains small amounts
of milk protein.
3. How to use Budelin Novolizer 200 micro­
grams
Always use Budelin Novolizer 200 micro­
grams exactly as your doctor has told you.
You should check with your doctor or phar­
macist if you are not sure.
Patients without previous treatment with glu­
cocorticoids and patients previously treated
with inhaled glucocorticoids
Unless otherwise prescribed by your doctor,
the following dosage is recommended for:
Adults (including older people) and children/
adolescents over 12 years of age:
Initial recommended
dose:
Maximum recom­
mended dose:

1 -2 single doses
(200 - 400 micrograms)
once or twice daily
4 single doses
(800 micrograms)
twice daily (daily dose:
1600 micrograms)

Children aged 6 to 12 years:
Initial recommended
dose:

Maximum recom­
mended dose:

1 single dose
(200 micrograms)
twice or
200 - 400 micrograms
once a day
2 single doses
(400 micrograms)
twice daily
(daily dose:
800 micrograms)

In case of once daily dosing, it is recom­
mended to take this dose in the evening.
Children below 6 years of age:
Budelin Novolizer 200 micrograms is not
­re­commended for use in children below age 6
due to insufficient data on safety and efficacy.
Please support your children in proper
­handling of the Novolizer device.
Children
It is recommended that the growth of chil­
dren receiving prolonged treatment with
inhaled glucocorticoids at large doses is
­
regularly monitored.
Older people
Usually, no special dose adjustment is re­
quired. In general, the lowest effective dose
required for a sufficient control should be
used.
In case of deterioration of symptoms (recog­
nized by e.g. persistent respiratory distress
and increased use of other inhaled broncho­
dilating agents) you should seek advice from
a medical doctor as soon as possible. If you
have inhaled only once a day so far, it may
become required in such a case to use the
same dose twice daily now (in the morning
and in the evening). In any case, you doctor
should decide if your usual dose of Budelin
Novolizer 200 micrograms needs to be in­
creased.
Should you have the impression that the
effect of Budelin Novolizer 200 micrograms
is either too strong or too weak, discuss this
with your doctor or pharmacist.
For the relief of acute symptoms of asthma,
you should carry along a short acting in­
haled bronchodilating agent (beta-2-agonist,
such as Salbutamol) at all times.
When you switch from another Budesonide
inhaler to Budelin Novolizer 200 micrograms,
the treatment plan may have to be adjusted
by your doctor.
Method of Administration
Inhalation use.
Inhale as shown in the Instructions for Use.
Important information for use
To reduce the risk of fungal infection in
mouth and throat (oral candidiasis) and
hoarseness it is recommended that inhala­
tion be performed before meals and/or that
the mouth is rinsed with water or the teeth
are brushed after each inhalation.

Duration of treatment
Budelin Novolizer 200 micrograms is inten­
ded for long-term therapy. It should be used
regularly according to the recommended
treatment schedule even at times when no
symptoms are experienced.
If you have not used glucocorticoids pre­
viously or have been treated occasionally
only over a short period with glucocorticoids,
regular use of Budelin Novolizer 200 micro­­
grams as directed should lead to an im­
provement in breathing after approximately
10 days. However, extreme mucous con­
gestion and inflammatory processes may
obstruct the bronchial passages to such an
extent that Budesonide cannot fully exert its
effects in the lung. In such cases, initiation of
therapy should be supplemented with admini­
stration of cortisone products (systemic glu­
cocorticoids) in form of tablets. Later on, the
tablet dose should be reduced gradually but
inhalative therapy will be continued.
If you have used cortisone products for a pro­
longed period already, you should be
switched to Budelin Novolizer 200 micro­
grams at a time when your symptoms are
completely under control. Normally, function
of the adrenal cortex is suppressed in this
situation and therefore, intake of cortisone
tablets (systemic corticoid administration)
should be reduced gradually and must not
be stopped abruptly. At the beginning of
the switchover period, Budelin Novolizer
200 micro­grams should be given in addition
for approximately 10 days. Then, depending
on your response, the daily dose of the
­cortisone tablets can be reduced gradually
at intervals of one to two weeks.
If you inhale more Budelin Novolizer
200 micrograms than you should
It is important that you take your dose as
stated on the pharmacist’s label or as
advised by your doctor. You should not
increase or decrease your dose without
seeking medical advice.
If you forget to use Budelin Novolizer
200 micrograms
Do not take a double dose to make up for a
forgotten dose.
If you stop using Budelin Novolizer
200 micrograms
Do not stop treatment with the Budelin
Novolizer 200 micrograms without talking
­
to your doctor first because this could lead
to an aggravation of the disease.
If you have any further questions on the use
of this product, ask your doctor or pharmacist.
4. Possible side effects
Like all medicines, this medicine can cause
side effects, although not everybody gets
them.
Most important side effects
Irritation of the oral mucosa (throat irritation)
accompanied by difficulty in swallowing,
hoarseness and cough may commonly
occur.
Treatment with inhaled Budesonide may re­
sult in fungal disease in the mouth and the
throat (oropharyngeale candidiasis). Experi­
ence has shown that this fungal infection oc­
curs less often when inhalation is performed
before meals and/or when the mouth is rinsed
or the teeth are brushed after inhalation.
In most cases this condition responds to topi­
cal anti-fungal therapy without discon­tinuing
treatment with the Budelin Novo­lizer 200.
As with other inhalation therapies, in rare
­cases bronchial spasm (paradoxical broncho­­
spasm) may occur, manifested by a tempo­
rary exacerbation of the respiratory distress
and a immediate increase in wheezing after
dosing. Only in such a case, you should dis­
continue use of the Budelin ­
Novolizer 200
without previous consultation and you must
contact your doctor imme­diately.
Inhalation of larger doses over a prolonged
period may lead to increased susceptibility
to infection. The ability to adapt to stress
can be impaired.
List of all other side effects
Uncommon (may affect up to 1 in 100 people).
Depression, anxiety or feeling worried, cata­
ract, muscle spasm, shaking (tremor),
blurred vision.
Rare (may affect up to 1 in 1,000 people):
Allergic reactions (hypersensitivity) and
swelling of the face, eyes, lips, mouth and
throat (angioneurotic oedema), anaphylactic

reaction; suppression of the function of the
adrenal cortex (adrenal suppression), growth
retardation in children and adolescents;
restlessness, nervousness, abnormal behav­
ior, over-excited or irritable (these effects
are more likely to occur in children); skin re­
actions such as nettle rash (urticaria), ecze­
ma, topical inflammation of the skin (derma­
titis), itching (pruritus), redness of the skin by
excessively filled blood vessels (erythema)
bruising, disturbance of voice and hoarse
voice (in children).
Very rare (may affect up to 1 in 10,000 peo­
ple):
Bone density is decreased
Frequency not known (frequency cannot be
estimated from the available data):
Sleeping problems, aggression, excessive
urge to be active accompanied by mental
restlessness (psychomotor hyperactivity);
glaucoma; Lactose-monohydrate contains
small amounts of milk proteins and can
therefore cause allergic reactions.
Occasionally, side effects may occur which
are typical for systemic glucocortico­
steroids. These side effects depend on the
dosage, the period of treatment, conco­
mitant or previous treatment with other
­glucocorticosteroids and the individual sen­
sitivity.
Reporting of side effects
If you get any side effects, talk to your doctor
or pharmacist. This includes any possible side
effects not listed in this leaflet. You can also
report side effects directly via the Yellow Card
Scheme at www.mhra.gov.uk/yellowcard.
By reporting side effects you can help pro­
vide more information on the safety of this
medicine.
5. How to store Budelin Novolizer
200 micro­grams
Keep this medicine out of the sight and
reach of children.
Do not use this medicine after the expiry
date which is stated on the label, the carton
and the cartridge container. The expiry date
refers to the last day of that month.
Storage conditions
Store in the original package. This medicinal
product does not require any special tem­
perature storage conditions.
In-Use storage conditions: Keep the
Novolizer device tightly closed, in order
­
to protect from moisture.
Information concerning in-use shelf-life
Exchange the cartridge six months after first
opening.
Do not use the powder inhaler for more than
1 year.
Note: The Novolizer device has been shown
to function for at least 2000 single doses.
Therefore a maximum of 10 cartridges
containing 200 single doses each and/or
­
20 cartridges containing 100 single doses
each can be used with this device (within a
single year) prior to replacement.
Do not throw away any medicines via
wastewater or household waste. Ask your
pharmacist how to throw away medicines
you no longer use. These measures will help
to protect the environment.

Refill packs:
1 cartridge containing 100 metered doses
(UK and Ireland only)
1 cartridge containing 200 metered doses
2 cartridges containing 200 metered doses
each
Not all pack sizes may be marketed
Marketing Authorization Holder
Meda Pharmaceuticals Ltd
Skyway House
Parsonage Road
Takeley
Bishops Stortford
CM22 6PU
UK
Manufacturer:
MEDA Manufacturing GmbH
Neurather Ring 1
51063 Cologne
Germany
Tel: (+49)-221-6472-0
Fax: (+49)-221-6472-696
or:
MEDA Pharma GmbH & Co. KG
Benzstraße 1
61352 Bad Homburg
Germany
This medicinal product is authorized in the
Member States of the EEA under the
following names:
Austria
Novolizer® Budesonid Meda 200 Mikro­
gramm Pulver zur Inhalation
Belgium and Luxembourg:
Novolizer® Budesonide 200 microgrammes,
poudre pour inhalation
Denmark:
Novopulmon® Novolizer® 200 mikrogram/
dosis
Finland:
Novopulmon® Novolizer® 200 mikrog/annos
inhalaatiojauhe
France:
Novopulmon®
Novolizer®
200
micro­
grammes/dose, poudre pour inhalation
Germany:
Novopulmon® 200 Novolizer®, Pulver zur In­
halation
Ireland:

Novolizer® Budesonide 200 micrograms in­
halation powder
Italy:
Budesonide Viatris® Novolizer® 200 micro­
grammi polvere per inalazione
The Netherlands:
Budesonid Novolizer® 200 microgram, inha­
latiepoeder
Portugal:
Budesonido Novolizer® 200 microgramas pó
para inalação
Spain:
Novopulm® Novolizer® 200 microgramos,
polvo para inhalación
Sweden:
Novopulmon® Novolizer® 200 mikrogram/
dos inhalationspulver
United Kingdom:
Budelin® Novolizer® 200 micrograms per ac­
tuation inhalation powder
This leaflet was last revised in October 2017.

6. Contents of the pack and further
information
What Budelin Novolizer 200 micrograms
contains
The active substance is budesonide.
Each actuation (puff) contains 200 micro­
grams of budesonide.
The other ingredient is Lactose mono­hydrate.
What Budelin Novolizer 200 micrograms
looks like and contents of the pack
Budelin Novolizer 200 micrograms, inha­
lation powder, contains a white powder
(1.09 g or 2.18 g) in a cartridge containing
100 or 200 metered doses packed in a
container sealed by aluminium foil plus a
Novolizer powder inhaler device.
All components are made of plastic ma­
terials.
Pack sizes:
Original sales packs:
1 cartridge containing 100/200 metered
doses and 1 Novolizer powder inhaler
device
2 cartridges containing 200 metered doses
each and 1 Novolizer powder inhaler device

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Typopharma GmbH
Mühlestr. 57
D-79539 Lörrach
produktion@typopharma.com
www.typopharma.com
typopharma no:

# 129739

T5008785

15.02.18 10:50

Manufacturer

Meda Manufacturing GmbH Used template

N/A

N/A

Code (PZN, EAN, Datamatrix) N/A

Product
(+Pack Size)

PB BUDELIN 200 GB

Comments

Meda Code / no.

T5008785

black

Replaced no.

T5008424

p 185 c

Order no.

N/A

Country/ language

GB, english

Technical colours

Cutting

Component Size

247 x 340 mm

Corrections / No. of proofs

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Release

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