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PACKAGE LEAFLET: INFORMATION FOR THE USER
Pulmicort® 200 Turbohaler®
budesonide
Read all of this leaflet carefully before you start taking this medicine.
 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. Do not pass it on to others. It may
harm them, even if their symptoms are the same as yours.
 If any of the side effects get serious, or if you notice any side effects not listed
in this leaflet, please tell your doctor or pharmacist.
This medicine is also available in other strengths.
In this leaflet:
1. What Pulmicort 200 Turbohaler is and what it is used for
2. Before you use Pulmicort 200 Turbohaler
3. How to use Pulmicort 200 Turbohaler
4. Possible side effects
5. How to store Pulmicort 200 Turbohaler
6. Further information
1. What Pulmicort 200 Turbohaler is and what it is used for
Pulmicort 200 Turbohaler is an inhaler. It contains a medicine called
budesonide. This belongs to a group of medicines called ‘corticosteroids’. It
works by reducing and preventing swelling and inflammation in your lungs.
Your doctor has prescribed this medicine to treat asthma. Your doctor will
prescribe two asthma inhalers:
Pulmicort 200 Turbohaler and a separate ‘reliever inhaler’.
 Use Pulmicort 200 Turbohaler every day, as your doctor has told you to. This
helps to prevent asthma symptoms from happening.
 Use your ‘reliever inhaler’ when you get asthma symptoms, to make it easier
to breathe again.
2. Before you use Pulmicort 200 Turbohaler
Do not use Pulmicort 200 Turbohaler if:
 You are allergic (hypersensitive) to budesonide (the only ingredient in this
medicine).
Take special care with Pulmicort 200 Turbohaler
Before you use Pulmicort 200 Turbohaler, tell your doctor or pharmacist if:
 You have a lung infection.
 You have a cold or chest infection or any problems with your breathing.
 You have or have ever had tuberculosis (TB).
 You have liver problems.
Taking other medicines
Please tell your doctor or pharmacist if you are taking or have recently taken
any other medicines. This includes medicines that you buy without a
prescription and herbal medicines. This is because Pulmicort 200 Turbohaler
can affect the way some medicines work and some medicines can have an
effect on Pulmicort 200 Turbohaler.
In particular, tell your doctor or pharmacist if you are taking any of the following
medicines:
 Steroid medicines.
 Medicines to treat fungal infections (such as itraconazole and ketoconazole).
 HIV protease inhibitors (such as ritonavir and nelfinavir).
Pregnancy and breast-feeding
 If you are pregnant, or planning to get pregnant, talk to your doctor before
using Pulmicort - do not use Pulmicort 200 Turbohaler unless your doctor tells
you to.
 If you get pregnant while using Pulmicort 200 Turbohaler, do not stop using
Pulmicort 200 Turbohaler but talk to your doctor immediately.
 If you are breast-feeding, talk to your doctor before using Pulmicort 200
Turbohaler.
Driving and using machines
Pulmicort 200 Turbohaler is not likely to affect you being able to drive or use
any tools or machines.
Information you may have to carry while you are using Pulmicort 200
Turbohaler
If you are using a high dose of Pulmicort 200 Turbohaler your doctor may ask
you to carry a steroid warning card. This explains to others about your
medication.
3. How to use Pulmicort 200 Turbohaler
 Always use Pulmicort 200 Turbohaler exactly as your doctor, nurse or
pharmacist has told you. Ask one of them for advice if you are not sure.
 If Pulmicort 200 Turbohaler is to be used by your child, make sure they use it
correctly as your doctor has told you.

 It is important to use Pulmicort 200 Turbohaler every day, even if you have no
asthma symptoms at the time.
 Your breathing may improve within 2 days. However it can take up to 4 weeks
for the medicine to have its full effect.
Important information about your asthma symptoms
If you feel you are getting breathless or wheezy while using Pulmicort 200
Turbohaler, you should continue to use Pulmicort 200 Turbohaler but go to see
your doctor as soon as possible, as you may need additional treatment.
Contact your doctor immediately if:
 Your breathing is getting worse or you often wake up at night with asthma.
 Your chest starts to feel tight in the morning or your chest tightness lasts
longer than usual.
These signs could mean that your condition is not being properly controlled and
you may need different or additional treatment immediately.
Use your Pulmicort 200 Turbohaler every day. This helps to prevent asthma
symptoms from happening. Your doctor will advise you of the correct dose to
treat your asthma. Your doctor will reduce your medication to the lowest dose
needed to control your asthma.
If your doctor has told you to use your Turbohaler twice a day:
Adults and children (13 years and above)
 The usual dose is 1 or 2 inhalations, twice a day (in the morning and in the
evening).
 Your doctor may increase this to a maximum of 1600 micrograms a day.
 If your asthma is getting worse and you are using your ‘reliever inhaler’
more often or you have more symptoms:
- double your dose of Pulmicort 200 Turbohaler immediately and talk to
your doctor as soon as possible
- double your dose by taking twice as many inhalations each time.
Children (5 - 12 years of age)
 The usual dose is 1 or 2 inhalations, twice a day (in the morning and in the
evening).
 The doctor may increase this to a maximum of 800 micrograms a day.
If your doctor has told you to use your Turbohaler once a day:
 Only use your Turbohaler once a day if your doctor has told you to.
 Use your Turbohaler at the same time each evening.
Adults and children (13 years and above)
 The usual dose is 1 or 2 inhalations, in the evening.
 If your asthma is getting worse and you are using your ‘reliever inhaler’
more often or you have more symptoms:
- double your dose immediately and talk to your doctor as soon as possible
- double your dose by taking the same number of inhalations your doctor
has told you twice a day (once in the morning and once in the evening).
Children (5 - 12 years of age)
 The usual dose is 1 or 2 inhalations, in the evening.
 The maximum dose is 400 micrograms a day.
Use your separate ‘reliever inhaler’ to treat asthma symptoms when they
happen. Always keep your ‘reliever inhaler’ with you to use when you need it.
Do not use Pulmicort 200 Turbohaler to treat asthma symptoms - use your
‘reliever inhaler’.
How to prepare a new Turbohaler for use
Before using Pulmicort 200 Turbohaler for the first time you need to prepare
the Turbohaler for use.
Unscrew the white cover and lift it off.

Hold your Turbohaler upright with brown base at the
bottom. Do not hold the mouthpiece when you turn the
grip. Turn the brown base as far as it will go in one
direction. Then turn it back as far as it will go in the
other direction. It does not matter which way you turn
first. You should hear a click sound.
The Turbohaler is now ready for use, and you should not repeat the above
procedure again. To take a dose, please follow the instructions below.

Please turn over 

How to take an inhalation
Every time you need to take an inhalation, follow the instructions below.

 Sudden wheezing after inhaling your medicine. If this happens, also use your
‘reliever’ inhaler straight away. This happens very rarely, affecting less than 1
in 10,000 people.

1. Unscrew the white cover and lift it off.

Other possible side effects:

2. Hold your Turbohaler upright with the brown base at the bottom.

Common (affects less than 1 in 10 people)
 Thrush (a fungal infection) in the mouth. This is less likely if you rinse your
mouth out with water after using your Turbohaler.
 Mild sore throat, coughing and a hoarse voice.

3. Do not hold the mouthpiece when you load your Turbohaler. To load your
Turbohaler with a dose, turn the brown base as far as it will go in one
direction. Then turn it as far as it will go in the other direction. It does not
matter which way you turn it first. You should hear a click sound. Your
Turbohaler is now loaded and ready to use. Only load your Turbohaler when
you need to use it.
4. Hold your Turbohaler away from your mouth. Breathe out gently (as far as
is comfortable). Do not breathe out through your
Turbohaler.
5. Place the mouthpiece gently between your teeth.
Close your lips. Breathe in as deeply and as hard as
you can through your mouth. Do not chew or bite on the
mouthpiece.
6. Remove your Turbohaler from your mouth. Then
breathe out gently. The amount of medicine that is inhaled is very small. This
means you may not be able to taste it after inhalation. If you have followed the
instructions, you can still be confident that you have inhaled the dose and the
medicine is now in your lungs.
7. If you are to take a second inhalation, repeat steps 2
to 6.
8. Replace the cover by screwing it back on tightly after
use.
9. Rinse your mouth out with water after inhaling
your prescribed dose.
Do not try to remove or twist the mouthpiece. It is fixed to your Turbohaler and
must not be taken off. Do not use your Turbohaler if it has been damaged or if
the mouthpiece has come apart from your Turbohaler.
Cleaning your Turbohaler
Wipe the outside of the mouthpiece once a week with a dry tissue. Do not use
water or liquids.
When to start using a new Turbohaler
When you first see a red mark in the indicator
window, there are about 20 doses left. You will then
need to see your doctor for another prescription.
When the red mark has reached the bottom of the
indicator window, you must start using your new
Turbohaler.

Rare (affects less than 1 in 1,000 people)
 Sleeping problems, depression or feeling worried, restless, nervous, overexcited or irritable. These effects are more likely to occur in children.
 Bruising of the skin.
 Loss of voice.
 Hoarse voice (in children).
Inhaled corticosteroids can affect the normal production of steroid hormones in
your body, particularly if you use high doses for a long time. The effects include:
- changes in bone mineral density (thinning of the bones).
- cataract (clouding of the lens in the eye).
- glaucoma (increased pressure in the eye)
- a slowing of the rate of growth of children and adolescents (rare).
- an effect on the adrenal gland (a small gland next to the kidney) (rare).
These effects are much less likely to happen with inhaled corticosteroids than
with corticosteroid tablets.
If any of the side effects get serious or if you notice any side effects not listed in
this leaflet, please tell your doctor or pharmacist.
Reporting of side effects
If you get any side effects, talk to your doctor, pharmacist or nurse. 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.co.uk/yellowcard. By reporting side effects you can help provide
more information on the safety of this medicine.
5. How to store Pulmicort 200 Turbohaler
 Keep out of the sight and reach of children.
 Do not store above 30°C.
 When not in use, Pulmicort 200 Turbohaler should be stored with the cover
tightened.
 Do not use Pulmicort 200 Turbohaler after the expiry date printed on the
carton or on the label of your Turbohaler. The expiry date refers to the last
day of that month.
 Medicines should not be disposed of via wastewater or household waste. Ask
your pharmacist how to dispose of medicines that are no longer required. This
will help to protect the environment.
6. Further information

Note:
 The brown base will still twist and ‘click’ even when
your Turbohaler is empty.
 The sound that you hear as you shake your Turbohaler is produced by a
drying agent and not the medicine. Therefore the sound does not tell you
how much medicine is left in your Turbohaler.
 If you load your Turbohaler more than once by mistake before taking your
dose, you will still only receive one dose.
If you use more Pulmicort 200 Turbohaler 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 use more Pulmicort 200 Turbohaler than you should, contact your doctor
or pharmacist for advice.
If you forget to use Pulmicort 200 Turbohaler
If you forget to take a dose, skip the missed dose and take the next dose as
usual.
If you stop using Pulmicort 200 Turbohaler
Do not stop using this medicine even when your asthma gets better, unless
your doctor tells you to.
4. Possible side effects
Like all medicines, Pulmicort 200 Turbohaler can cause side effects, although
not everybody gets them.
If either of the following happen to you, stop using Pulmicort 200
Turbohaler and talk to your doctor immediately:
 Swelling of your face, particularly around your mouth (with possible swelling
of the lips, tongue, eyes and ears), rash, itching, contact dermatitis (a skin
problem), hives and bronchospasm (tightening of the muscles in the airways
which causes wheezing). This may mean that you are having an allergic
reaction. This happens rarely, affecting less than 1 in 1,000 people.

What Pulmicort 200 Turbohaler contains
The active substance is budesonide.
Pulmicort 200 Turbohaler contains 100 actuations; each actuation delivers
200 micrograms of budesonide.
There are no other ingredients.
What Pulmicort 200 Turbohaler looks like and contents of the pack
Your medicine is a breath actuated powder inhaler with a white plastic body and
cover. The turngrip is brown with a code in Braille for Budesonide embossed on
the base.
The manufacturer is AstraZeneca GmbH, 22876 Wedel, Germany or
AstraZeneca AB, Kvarnbergagatan 12, SE 151 85 Sodertalje, Sweden, or
AstraZeneca Dunkerque Production, 224, Avenue de la Dordogne BP-41, F59944 Dunkerque Cedex 2, France..
Procured from within the EU on behalf of the Parallel Import Product Licence
holder: CD Pharma Ltd, Unit 3, Manor Point, Manor Way, Borehamwood,
Herts., WD6 1EE.
Repackaged in the UK by BR Pharma International Limited, Unit 3, Manor
Point, Manor Way, Borehamwood, Herts., WD6 1EE.
Pulmicort® 200 Turbohaler®

PL 20492/0265

POM

Date or preparation: 5th June 2014
Pulmicort and Turbohaler are trade marks of the AstraZeneca group of
companies.

PACKAGE LEAFLET: INFORMATION FOR THE USER
Budesonide 200 Micrograms Inhalation Powder
The name of your medicine is Budesonide 200 Micrograms Inhalation Powder
but will be referred to as Budesonide Powder throughout this leaflet.
Read all of this leaflet carefully before you start taking this medicine.
 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. Do not pass it on to others. It may
harm them, even if their symptoms are the same as yours.
 If any of the side effects get serious, or if you notice any side effects not listed
in this leaflet, please tell your doctor or pharmacist.
This medicine is also available in other strengths.
In this leaflet:
1. What Budesonide Powder is and what it is used for
2. Before you use Budesonide Powder
3. How to use Budesonide Powder
4. Possible side effects
5. How to store Budesonide Powder
6. Further information
1. What Budesonide Powder is and what it is used for
Budesonide Powder is an inhaler. It contains a medicine called budesonide.
This belongs to a group of medicines called ‘corticosteroids’. It works by
reducing and preventing swelling and inflammation in your lungs.
Your doctor has prescribed this medicine to treat asthma. Your doctor will
prescribe two asthma inhalers:
Budesonide Powder and a separate ‘reliever inhaler’.
 Use Budesonide Powder every day, as your doctor has told you to. This helps
to prevent asthma symptoms from happening.
 Use your ‘reliever inhaler’ when you get asthma symptoms, to make it easier
to breathe again.
2. Before you use Budesonide Powder
Do not use Budesonide Powder if:
 You are allergic (hypersensitive) to budesonide (the only ingredient in this
medicine).
Take special care with Budesonide Powder
Before you use Budesonide Powder, tell your doctor or pharmacist if:
 You have a lung infection.
 You have a cold or chest infection or any problems with your breathing.
 You have or have ever had tuberculosis (TB).
 You have liver problems.
Taking other medicines
Please tell your doctor or pharmacist if you are taking or have recently taken
any other medicines. This includes medicines that you buy without a
prescription and herbal medicines. This is because Budesonide Powder can
affect the way some medicines work and some medicines can have an effect on
Budesonide Powder.
In particular, tell your doctor or pharmacist if you are taking any of the following
medicines:
 Steroid medicines.
 Medicines to treat fungal infections (such as itraconazole and ketoconazole).
 HIV protease inhibitors (such as ritonavir and nelfinavir).
Pregnancy and breast-feeding
 If you are pregnant, or planning to get pregnant, talk to your doctor before
using Budesonide Powder - do not use Budesonide Powder unless your
doctor tells you to.
 If you get pregnant while using Budesonide Powder, do not stop using
Budesonide Powder but talk to your doctor immediately.
 If you are breast-feeding, talk to your doctor before using Budesonide
Powder.
Driving and using machines
Budesonide Powder is not likely to affect you being able to drive or use any
tools or machines.
Information you may have to carry while you are using Budesonide
Powder
If you are using a high dose of Budesonide Powder your doctor may ask you to
carry a steroid warning card. This explains to others about your medication.
3. How to use Budesonide Powder
 Always use Budesonide Powder exactly as your doctor, nurse or pharmacist
has told you. Ask one of them for advice if you are not sure.
 If Budesonide Powder is to be used by your child, make sure they use it
correctly as your doctor has told you.

 It is important to use Budesonide Powder every day, even if you have no
asthma symptoms at the time.
 Your breathing may improve within 2 days. However it can take up to 4 weeks
for the medicine to have its full effect.
Important information about your asthma symptoms
If you feel you are getting breathless or wheezy while using Budesonide
Powder, you should continue to use Budesonide Powder but go to see your
doctor as soon as possible, as you may need additional treatment.
Contact your doctor immediately if:
 Your breathing is getting worse or you often wake up at night with asthma.
 Your chest starts to feel tight in the morning or your chest tightness lasts
longer than usual.
These signs could mean that your condition is not being properly controlled and
you may need different or additional treatment immediately.
Use your Budesonide Powder every day. This helps to prevent asthma
symptoms from happening. Your doctor will advise you of the correct dose to
treat your asthma. Your doctor will reduce your medication to the lowest dose
needed to control your asthma.
If your doctor has told you to use your Device twice a day:
Adults and children (13 years and above)
 The usual dose is 1 or 2 inhalations, twice a day (in the morning and in the
evening).
 Your doctor may increase this to a maximum of 1600 micrograms a day.
 If your asthma is getting worse and you are using your ‘reliever inhaler’
more often or you have more symptoms:
- double your dose of Budesonide Powder immediately and talk to your
doctor as soon as possible
- double your dose by taking twice as many inhalations each time.
Children (5 - 12 years of age)
 The usual dose is 1 or 2 inhalations, twice a day (in the morning and in the
evening).
 The doctor may increase this to a maximum of 800 micrograms a day.
If your doctor has told you to use your Device once a day:
 Only use your Device once a day if your doctor has told you to.
 Use your Device at the same time each evening.
Adults and children (13 years and above)
 The usual dose is 1 or 2 inhalations, in the evening.
 If your asthma is getting worse and you are using your ‘reliever inhaler’
more often or you have more symptoms:
- double your dose immediately and talk to your doctor as soon as possible
- double your dose by taking the same number of inhalations your doctor
has told you twice a day (once in the morning and once in the evening).
Children (5 - 12 years of age)
 The usual dose is 1 or 2 inhalations, in the evening.
 The maximum dose is 400 micrograms a day.
Use your separate ‘reliever inhaler’ to treat asthma symptoms when they
happen. Always keep your ‘reliever inhaler’ with you to use when you need it.
Do not use Budesonide Powder to treat asthma symptoms - use your ‘reliever
inhaler’.
How to prepare a new Device for use
Before using Budesonide Powder for the first time you need to prepare the
Device for use.
Unscrew the white cover and lift it off.

Hold your Device upright with brown base at the
bottom. Do not hold the mouthpiece when you turn the
grip. Turn the brown base as far as it will go in one
direction. Then turn it back as far as it will go in the
other direction. It does not matter which way you turn
first. You should hear a click sound.
The Device is now ready for use, and you should not repeat the above
procedure again. To take a dose, please follow the instructions below.

Please turn over 

How to take an inhalation
Every time you need to take an inhalation, follow the instructions below.
1. Unscrew the white cover and lift it off.
2. Hold your Device upright with the brown base at the bottom.
3. Do not hold the mouthpiece when you load your Device. To load your Device
with a dose, turn the brown base as far as it will go in one direction. Then
turn it as far as it will go in the other direction. It does not matter which way
you turn it first. You should hear a click sound. Your Device is now loaded and
ready to use. Only load your Device when you need to use it.
4. Hold your Device away from your mouth. Breathe
out gently (as far as is comfortable). Do not breathe out
through your Device.
5. Place the mouthpiece gently between your teeth.
Close your lips. Breathe in as deeply and as hard as
you can through your mouth. Do not chew or bite on the
mouthpiece.
6. Remove your Device from your mouth. Then
breathe out gently. The amount of medicine that is
inhaled is very small. This means you may not be able to taste it after
inhalation. If you have followed the instructions, you can still be confident that
you have inhaled the dose and the medicine is now in your lungs.
7. If you are to take a second inhalation, repeat steps 2
to 6.
8. Replace the cover by screwing it back on tightly after
use.
9. Rinse your mouth out with water after inhaling
your prescribed dose.
Do not try to remove or twist the mouthpiece. It is fixed to your Device and must
not be taken off. Do not use your Device if it has been damaged or if the
mouthpiece has come apart from your Device.
Cleaning your Device
Wipe the outside of the mouthpiece once a week with a dry tissue. Do not use
water or liquids.
When to start using a new Device
When you first see a red mark in the indicator
window, there are about 20 doses left. You will then
need to see your doctor for another prescription.
When the red mark has reached the bottom of the
indicator window, you must start using your new
Device.
Note:
 The brown base will still twist and ‘click’ even when your Device is empty.
 The sound that you hear as you shake your Device is produced by a drying
agent and not the medicine. Therefore the sound does not tell you how much
medicine is left in your Device.
 If you load your Device more than once by mistake before taking your dose,
you will still only receive one dose.
If you use more Budesonide Powder 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 use more Budesonide Powder than you should, contact your doctor or
pharmacist for advice.
If you forget to use Budesonide Powder
If you forget to take a dose, skip the missed dose and take the next dose as
usual.
If you stop using Budesonide Powder
Do not stop using this medicine even when your asthma gets better, unless
your doctor tells you to.
4. Possible side effects
Like all medicines, Budesonide Powder can cause side effects, although not
everybody gets them.
If either of the following happen to you, stop using Budesonide Powder
and talk to your doctor immediately:
 Swelling of your face, particularly around your mouth (with possible swelling
of the lips, tongue, eyes and ears), rash, itching, contact dermatitis (a skin
problem), hives and bronchospasm (tightening of the muscles in the airways
which causes wheezing). This may mean that you are having an allergic
reaction. This happens rarely, affecting less than 1 in 1,000 people.
 Sudden wheezing after inhaling your medicine. If this happens, also use your
‘reliever’ inhaler straight away. This happens very rarely, affecting less than 1
in 10,000 people.

Other possible side effects:
Common (affects less than 1 in 10 people)
 Thrush (a fungal infection) in the mouth. This is less likely if you rinse your
mouth out with water after using your Device.
 Mild sore throat, coughing and a hoarse voice.
Rare (affects less than 1 in 1,000 people)
 Sleeping problems, depression or feeling worried, restless, nervous, overexcited or irritable. These effects are more likely to occur in children.
 Bruising of the skin.
 Loss of voice.
 Hoarse voice (in children).
Inhaled corticosteroids can affect the normal production of steroid hormones in
your body, particularly if you use high doses for a long time. The effects include:
- changes in bone mineral density (thinning of the bones).
- cataract (clouding of the lens in the eye).
- glaucoma (increased pressure in the eye)
- a slowing of the rate of growth of children and adolescents (rare).
- an effect on the adrenal gland (a small gland next to the kidney) (rare).

These effects are much less likely to happen with inhaled corticosteroids than
with corticosteroid tablets.
If any of the side effects get serious or if you notice any side effects not listed in
this leaflet, please tell your doctor or pharmacist.
Reporting of side effects
If you get any side effects, talk to your doctor, pharmacist or nurse. 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.co.uk/yellowcard. By reporting side effects you can help provide
more information on the safety of this medicine.
5. How to store Budesonide Powder
 Keep out of the sight and reach of children.
 Do not store above 30°C.
 When not in use, Budesonide Powder should be stored with the cover
tightened.
 Do not use Budesonide Powder after the expiry date printed on the carton or
on the label of your Device. The expiry date refers to the last day of that
month.
 Medicines should not be disposed of via wastewater or household waste. Ask
your pharmacist how to dispose of medicines that are no longer required. This
will help to protect the environment.
6. Further information
What Budesonide Powder contains
The active substance is budesonide.
Budesonide Powder contains 100 actuations; each actuation delivers 200
micrograms of budesonide.
There are no other ingredients.
What Budesonide Powder looks like and contents of the pack
Your medicine is a breath actuated powder inhaler with a white plastic body and
cover. The turngrip is brown with a code in Braille for Budesonide Powder
embossed on the base.
The manufacturer is AstraZeneca GmbH, 22876 Wedel, Germany or
AstraZeneca AB, Kvarnbergagatan 12, SE 151 85 Sodertalje, Sweden, or
AstraZeneca Dunkerque Production, 224, Avenue de la Dordogne BP-41, F59944 Dunkerque Cedex 2, France..
Procured from within the EU on behalf of the Parallel Import Product Licence
holder: CD Pharma Ltd, Unit 3, Manor Point, Manor Way, Borehamwood,
Herts., WD6 1EE.
Repackaged in the UK by BR Pharma International Limited, Unit 3, Manor
Point, Manor Way, Borehamwood, Herts., WD6 1EE.
Budesonide 200 Micrograms Inhalation Powder
PL 20492/0265
Date or preparation: 5th June 2014

POM

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Source: Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency

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