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SALBUTAMOL 200 MICROGRAMS ACCUHALER

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Read all of this le
eaflet carefully beforre you start taking th
his
medicine becaus
se it contains important information for you.
y



Keep this leafflet. You may need to read it again.
If you have an
ny further questions, ask
a your doctor, nurse or
pharmacist.
This medicine
e has been prescribed for you only. Do not pass
p
it
on to others. IIt may harm them, eve
en if their signs of illne
ess are
the same as yyours.
If you get anyy side effects, talk to yo
our doctor, nurse or
This includes any poss
sible side effects not lis
sted in
pharmacist. T
this leaflet. Se
ee section 4.

2 micrograms Accu
uhaler
The name of yourr medicine is Ventolin 200
but will be referred
d to as Ventolin or Acc
cuhaler throughout this
leaflet.

(salbutamol sulphate)

Ventolin® 200 micrograms Accuhaler®

Package Leaflet: Information for the User

Mouthpiece



What is in this le
eaflet:
1. What Ventolin
n is and what it is used
d for
2. What you nee
ed to know before you use Ventolin
3. How to use Ve
entolin
4. Possible side effects
Ventolin
5. How to store V
6. Contents of th
he pack and other info
ormation

1

What Vento
olin is and what it is used for

Ventolin contains a medicine called salb
butamol. This belongs
s to a
group of medicine
es called fast-acting brronchodilators.



What
W
you need to know
k
before you use
Ventolin
V

0

Thumbg
grip




2

Bronchodilato
ors help the airways in your lungs to stay open.
This makes it easier for air to get in and out.
They help to rrelieve chest tightness
s, wheezing and cough
h.

Ventolin is used to
o treat breathing probllems in people with as
sthma
and similar conditions. This includes rellieving and preventing
g
asthma brought on by exercise or otherr ‘triggers’. These are things,
which bring on asthma symptoms in some people. Common triggers
include house dusst, pollen, cats, dogs and
a cigarette smoke.

Do no
ot use Ventolin if:
• yo
ou are allergic to salbu
utamol sulfate or any o
of the other
ingredients of this medicine (listed in section 6)
ou unexpectedly go intto early labour (prema
ature labour) or
• yo
threatened abortion.
• yo
ou have a severe milk--protein allergy.
Warnings and precautions
s
Talk to
o your doctor, nurse or
o pharmacist before ta
aking Ventolin if:
• yo
our asthma is active (ffor example you have frequent symptoms
orr flare ups or limited ph
hysical ability). Your d
doctor may start or
increase a medicine to control your asthma ssuch as an inhaled
orticosteroid
co
• yo
ou have high blood pre
essure
• yo
ou have an overactive thyroid gland
• yo
ou have a history of he
eart problems such ass an irregular or fast
he
eart beat or angina
• yo
ou are taking xanthine
e derivatives (such as ttheophylline) or
steroids to treat asthma
a
ou are taking water tab
blets (diuretics), some
etimes used to treat
• yo
high blood pressure or a heart condition.
Otherr medicines and Venttolin
Tell yo
our doctor, nurse or ph
harmacist if you are ta
aking, have recently
taken or might take any other medicines, includin
ng medicines
ned without a prescripttion. This includes herrbal medicines.
obtain
Reme
ember to take this med
dicine with you if you h
have to go to
hospittal.
In parrticular tell your doctorr, nurse or pharmacist if you are taking:
• medicines for an irregullar or fast heart beat
• otther medicines for you
ur asthma.
Vento
olin with food and driink
You can use Ventolin at any
y time of day, with or w
without food.
Pregn
nancy, breast-feeding
g and fertility
If you are pregnant or breas
st-feeding, think you m
may be pregnant or
planniing to have a baby, as
sk your doctor, nurse o
or pharmacist for
advice
e before taking this me
edicine.
Drivin
ng and using machin
nes
Vento
olin is not likely to affec
ct you being able to drrive or use any
tools or
o machines.
Vento
olin contains lactose
If you have been told by you
ur doctor that you havve an intolerance to
some sugars, contact your doctor
d
before taking th
his medicinal
product.

3

How to us
se Ventolin

Always use thiss medicine exactly as your
y
doctor has told yo
ou.
Check with yourr doctor, nurse or pharmacist if you are not sure.
Adults, adolescents aged 12 years and over and children 4 to
11 years of age
e
• to relieve assthma - One inhalation
n (200 micrograms).
• to prevent a
asthma - One inhalatio
on (200 micrograms) 1
10 to 15
minutes beffore exercise or expos
sure to a ‘trigger’.
• the maximu
um dose is one inhalattion (200 micrograms) four
times a dayy.
Instructions fo
or use
• Your doctorr, nurse or pharmacist should show you how
w to use
your inhalerr. They should check how
h
you use it from tim
me to
time. Not ussing the Ventolin prope
erly or as prescribed m
may
mean that itt will not help your asthma as it should.
• The Ventolin device holds blisters
s containing Ventolin a
as a
powder.
• There is a ccounter on top of the Ventolin
V
which tells you
u how
many dosess are left. It counts dow
wn to 0. The numbers 5 to 0
will appear in red to warn you when there are only a few
w doses
left. Once th
he counter shows 0, your inhaler is empty.
Do not use yourr inhaler more often th
han the doctor told you
u to. Tell
your doctor if yo
our medicine does nott seem to be working a
as well as
usual, as your cchest problem may be getting worse and you may
need a differentt medicine.
e more than this as an
n
Your doctor may have told you to take
emergency trea
atment if your wheezing or breathing gets ve
ery bad. It
is very importan
nt that you keep to you
ur doctor’s instructionss as to
how many bliste
ers to take and how offten to use your inhale
er.

Using your iinhaler

1

To open yo
our Accuhaler, hold
the outer ccase in one hand
and put the thu
umb of your other
hand on the th
humbgrip. Push your
thumb away frrom you as far as it
will go. You will hear a click. This
will open a small hole in the
mouthpiece.

2

Ho
old your Accuhaler witth the
mo
outhpiece towards you
u.
You ca
an hold it in either you
ur right
or left hand. Slide the lever a
away
from you
y as far as it will go. You
will hear a click. This placess a
dose of
o your medicine in the
e
mouthpiece.
Every time the lever is pushed back a blister is op
pened
inside and the powder made
e ready for you to inha
ale. Do
not pla
ay with the lever as thiis opens the blisters and
wastes
s medicine.

3

Ho
old the Accuhaler awa
ay from your mouth, brreathe out
as
s far as is comfortable.. Do not breathe into your
y
Ve
entolin. Do not breath in again yet.

ut the mouthpiece to yyour
Pu
lip
ps; breathe in steadily and
deeply
y through the Accuhale
er,
with yo
our mouth, not through
h your
nose.
Remov
ve the Accuhaler from
m
your mouth.
m
Hold your
y
breath for about
10 sec
conds or for as long ass is
comfortable.
Breath
he out slowly.

4

5

To
o close the Accuhaler, slide
the
e thumbgrip back towa
ards
you, as far as it will go. You will
eturn to
hear a click. The lever will re
its orig
ginal position and is re
eset.
Your Accuhaler
A
is now readyy for
you to use again.

If you forget to u
use Ventolin
• If you forget a dose, take it as soon as you remember it
• However, if it is time for the next do
ose, skip the missed do
ose
• Do not take a double dose to make up for a forgotten dos
se.
If you stop using
g Ventolin
Do not stop using Ventolin without talkin
ng to your doctor.
If you have any fu
urther questions on the
e use of this medicine,, ask
your doctor, nurse
e or pharmacist.

4

Possible siide effects

If your breathing
g or wheezing gets worse
w
straight after ta
aking
this medicine, sttop using it immediattely, and tell your do
octor
as soon as possible.
Like all mediciness, this medicine can ca
ause side effects, altho
ough
not everybody getts them. The following
g side effects may hap
ppen
with this medicine
e:
ns (may affect up to 1 in 10,000 people)
Allergic Reaction
If you have an alle
ergic reaction, stop tak
king Ventolin and see a
doctor straight aw
way. Signs of an allergic reaction include: sw
welling
of the face, lips, m
mouth, tongue or throa
at which may cause diffficulty
in swallowing or b
breathing, itchy rash, fe
eeling faint and light-h
headed,
and collapse.
Talk to your docttor as soon as possiible if:
• you feel your heart is beating fasterr or stronger than usua
al
(palpitations). This is usually harmle
ess, and usually stops
s after
you have used
d the medicine for a while
w
• you may feel yyour heart beat is une
even or it gives an extrra beat
• these may afffect up to 1 in 10 peop
ple.

If you use more Ventolin tha
an you should
If you us
se more than you shou
uld, talk to a doctor as
s soon as
possible
e.
The follo
owing effects may hap
ppen:
• yourr heart beating faster tthan usual
• you feel shaky
• hype
eractivity.
These effects
e
usually wear offf in a few hours.

ollowing side effects
s can also happen bu
ut the frequency
The fo
of the
ese are not known:
• ch
hest pain, due to heartt problems such as an
ngina. Tell your
do
octor, nurse or pharma
acist if this occurs. Do
o not stop using this
medicine unless told to do so.
Reporting of side effects
If you get any side effects, talk
t
to your doctor, pha
armacist or nurse.
This in
ncludes any possible side
s
effects not listed in this leaflet. You
can allso report side effects directly via the Yellow
w Card Scheme at:
www.m
mhra.gov.uk/yellowcard or search for MHRA
A Yellow Card in
the Go
oogle Play or Apple App
A Store. By reporting side effects, you
can he
elp provide more inforrmation on the safety o
of this medicine.
If you
u think this medicine is not working well e
enough for you
If yourr medicine does not se
eem to be working as well as usual, talk
to you
ur doctor as soon as possible. Your chest prroblem may be
getting
g worse and you may need a different medicine. Do not take
extra doses
d
of Ventolin unle
ess your doctor tells yo
ou to.

5

How
H
to store Vento
olin






Ke
eep out of the sight an
nd reach of children.
Do
o not store above 30°C
C. Do not freeze.
Sttore in the original pac
ckage in order to prote
ect from light.
Do
o not use Ventolin afte
er the expiry date whicch is stated on the
ca
arton and accuhaler la
abel. The expiry date rrefers to the last
da
ay of that month.
Medicines should not be
e disposed of via wasttewater or
ho
ousehold waste. Ask your
y
pharmacist how to dispose of
medicines no longer req
quired. These measurres will help to
prrotect the environmentt.



If any of these hap
ppen to you, talk to yo
our doctor as soon as
possible. Do not s
stop using this mediicine unless told to do
d so.
Tell your doctor if you have any of the fo
ollowing side effects, which
w
may also happen with this medicine:

Cleanin
ng your inhaler
Wipe the
e mouthpiece of the A
Accuhaler with a dry tis
ssue to clean it.

Very rare
r
(may affect up to 1 in 10,000 people)
• ch
hanges in sleep patterrns and changes in be
ehaviour, such as
re
estlessness and excita
ability.

Common (may afffect up to 1 in 10 people)
• feeling shaky
• headache.
Uncommon (mayy affect up to 1 in 100 people)
• mouth and thrroat irritation
• muscle cramp
ps.
Rare (may affect up to 1 in 1,000 people)
• a low level of potassium in your blood
od flow to your extrem
mities (peripheral dilata
ation).
• increased bloo

6

Contents
C
of the pac
ck and other inform
mation

What Ventolin contains
The active ingredient in Ven
ntolin is salbutamol (ass the sulphate).
Each dose contains powderr for inhalation providing
200 micrograms
m
salbutamol (as the sulphate).
The other ingredient is lacto
ose.
What Ventolin looks like and
a
contents of the p
pack
The powder for inhalation is
s contained in blister sstrips and within a
two-to
one blue, circular devic
ce which has a mouthpiece and dose
counte
er indicating 60 doses
s.
Each device is packed in ca
artons which hold: 1 A
Accuhaler each
contaiining 60 blisters.

Manufactured by: Glaxo Wellcome Production,
P
Zone Indu
ustrielle
No.2., 23 Rue L
Lavoisier, 27000 Evreu
ux, France.
OR
Glaxo Wellcome
e Operations, Glaxo Operations
O
UK Ltd., Prriory
Street Ware, He
ertfordshire SG12 ODJ
J, UK.
Procured from within the EU and re
epackaged by the Prroduct
Licence holderr: B&S Healthcare, Un
nit 4, Bradfield Road, R
Ruislip,
Middlesex, HA4
4 0NU, UK.
®

®

micrograms Accuhaller ; PL 18799/2934
Ventolin 200 m
Leaflet date: 20.11.2017

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mpty
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Read all of this le
eaflet carefully beforre you start taking th
his
medicine becaus
se it contains important information for you.
y



Keep this leafflet. You may need to read it again.
If you have an
ny further questions, ask
a your doctor, nurse or
pharmacist.
This medicine
e has been prescribed for you only. Do not pass
p
it
on to others. IIt may harm them, eve
en if their signs of illne
ess are
the same as yyours.
If you get anyy side effects, talk to yo
our doctor, nurse or
This includes any poss
sible side effects not lis
sted in
pharmacist. T
this leaflet. Se
ee section 4.

mol 200 micrograms
The name of yourr medicine is Salbutam
Accuhaler but will be referred to as Salb
butamol or Accuhaler
throughout this lea
aflet.

(salbutamol sulphate)

Salbutamol 200 micrograms Accuhaler

Package Leaflet: Information for the User

Mouthpiece



What is in this le
eaflet:
1. What Salbutamol is and what it is used for
ed to know before you use Salbutamol
2. What you nee
3. How to use Sa
albutamol
4. Possible side effects
Salbutamol
5. How to store S
6. Contents of th
he pack and other info
ormation

1

What Salbu
utamol is and whatt it is used for

Salbutamol contains a medicine called salbutamol. This belongs to
a group of medicin
nes called fast-acting bronchodilators.



What
W
you need to know
k
before you use
Salbutamol
S

0

Thumbg
grip




2

Bronchodilato
ors help the airways in your lungs to stay open.
This makes it easier for air to get in and out.
They help to rrelieve chest tightness
s, wheezing and cough
h.

Salbutamol is use
ed to treat breathing prroblems in people with
h
asthma and simila
ar conditions. This inclludes relieving and
preventing asthma
a brought on by exerc
cise or other ‘triggers’. These
are things, which bring on asthma symp
ptoms in some people
e.
Common triggers include house dust, pollen,
p
cats, dogs and
cigarette smoke.

Do no
ot use Salbutamol if:
• yo
ou are allergic to salbu
utamol sulfate or any o
of the other
ingredients of this medicine (listed in section 6)
ou unexpectedly go intto early labour (prema
ature labour) or
• yo
threatened abortion.
• yo
ou have a severe milk--protein allergy.
Warnings and precautions
s
Talk to
o your doctor, nurse or
o pharmacist before ta
aking Salbutamol if:
• yo
our asthma is active (ffor example you have frequent symptoms
orr flare ups or limited ph
hysical ability). Your d
doctor may start or
increase a medicine to control your asthma ssuch as an inhaled
orticosteroid
co
• yo
ou have high blood pre
essure
• yo
ou have an overactive thyroid gland
• yo
ou have a history of he
eart problems such ass an irregular or fast
he
eart beat or angina
• yo
ou are taking xanthine
e derivatives (such as ttheophylline) or
steroids to treat asthma
a
ou are taking water tab
blets (diuretics), some
etimes used to treat
• yo
high blood pressure or a heart condition.
Otherr medicines and Salb
butamol
Tell yo
our doctor, nurse or ph
harmacist if you are ta
aking, have recently
taken or might take any other medicines, includin
ng medicines
ned without a prescripttion. This includes herrbal medicines.
obtain
Reme
ember to take this med
dicine with you if you h
have to go to
hospittal.
In parrticular tell your doctorr, nurse or pharmacist if you are taking:
• medicines for an irregullar or fast heart beat
• otther medicines for you
ur asthma.
Salbu
utamol with food and
d drink
You can use Salbutamol at any time of day, with or without food.
Pregn
nancy, breast-feeding
g and fertility
If you are pregnant or breas
st-feeding, think you m
may be pregnant or
planniing to have a baby, as
sk your doctor, nurse o
or pharmacist for
advice
e before taking this me
edicine.
Drivin
ng and using machin
nes
Salbutamol is not likely to affect
a
you being able to
o drive or use any
tools or
o machines.
utamol contains lacto
ose
Salbu
If you have been told by you
ur doctor that you havve an intolerance to
some sugars, contact your doctor
d
before taking th
his medicinal
product.

3

How to us
se Salbutamol

Always use thiss medicine exactly as your
y
doctor has told yo
ou.
Check with yourr doctor, nurse or pharmacist if you are not sure.
Adults, adolescents aged 12 years and over and children 4 to
11 years of age
e
• to relieve assthma - One inhalation
n (200 micrograms).
• to prevent a
asthma - One inhalatio
on (200 micrograms) 1
10 to 15
minutes beffore exercise or expos
sure to a ‘trigger’.
• the maximu
um dose is one inhalattion (200 micrograms) four
times a dayy.
Instructions fo
or use
• Your doctorr, nurse or pharmacist should show you how
w to use
your inhalerr. They should check how
h
you use it from tim
me to
time. Not ussing the Salbutamol prroperly or as prescribe
ed may
mean that itt will not help your asthma as it should.
• The Salbuta
amol device holds blis
sters containing Salbuttamol as
a powder.
• There is a ccounter on top of the Salbutamol
S
which tells you how
many dosess are left. It counts dow
wn to 0. The numbers 5 to 0
will appear in red to warn you when there are only a few
w doses
left. Once th
he counter shows 0, your inhaler is empty.
han the doctor told you
u to. Tell
Do not use yourr inhaler more often th
your doctor if yo
our medicine does nott seem to be working a
as well as
usual, as your cchest problem may be getting worse and you may
need a differentt medicine.
Your doctor may have told you to take
e more than this as an
n
emergency trea
atment if your wheezing or breathing gets ve
ery bad. It
is very importan
nt that you keep to you
ur doctor’s instructionss as to
how many bliste
ers to take and how offten to use your inhale
er.

Using your iinhaler

1

To open yo
our Accuhaler, hold
the outer ccase in one hand
and put the thu
umb of your other
hand on the th
humbgrip. Push your
thumb away frrom you as far as it
will go. You will hear a click. This
will open a small hole in the
mouthpiece.

2

Ho
old your Accuhaler witth the
mo
outhpiece towards you
u.
You ca
an hold it in either you
ur right
or left hand. Slide the lever a
away
from you
y as far as it will go. You
will hear a click. This placess a
dose of
o your medicine in the
e
mouthpiece.
Every time the lever is pushed back a blister is op
pened
inside and the powder made
e ready for you to inha
ale. Do
not pla
ay with the lever as thiis opens the blisters and
wastes
s medicine.

3

Ho
old the Accuhaler awa
ay from your mouth, brreathe out
as
s far as is comfortable.. Do not breathe into your
y
Sa
albutamol. Do not brea
ath in again yet.

ut the mouthpiece to yyour
Pu
lip
ps; breathe in steadily and
deeply
y through the Accuhale
er,
with yo
our mouth, not through
h your
nose.
Remov
ve the Accuhaler from
m
your mouth.
m
Hold your
y
breath for about
10 sec
conds or for as long ass is
comfortable.
Breath
he out slowly.

4

To
o close the Accuhaler, slide
the
e thumbgrip back towa
ards
you, as far as it will go. You will
eturn to
hear a click. The lever will re
its orig
ginal position and is re
eset.
Your Accuhaler
A
is now readyy for
you to use again.

5

If you forget to u
use Salbutamol
• If you forget a dose, take it as soon as you remember it
• However, if it is time for the next do
ose, skip the missed do
ose
• Do not take a double dose to make up for a forgotten dos
se.
If you stop using
g Salbutamol
Do not stop using Salbutamol without ta
alking to your doctor.
If you have any fu
urther questions on the
e use of this medicine,, ask
your doctor, nurse
e or pharmacist.

4

Possible siide effects

If your breathing
g or wheezing gets worse
w
straight after ta
aking
this medicine, sttop using it immediattely, and tell your do
octor
as soon as possible.
Like all mediciness, this medicine can ca
ause side effects, altho
ough
not everybody getts them. The following
g side effects may hap
ppen
with this medicine
e:
ns (may affect up to 1 in 10,000 people)
Allergic Reaction
If you have an alle
ergic reaction, stop tak
king Salbutamol and see
s a
doctor straight aw
way. Signs of an allergic reaction include: sw
welling
of the face, lips, m
mouth, tongue or throa
at which may cause diffficulty
in swallowing or b
breathing, itchy rash, fe
eeling faint and light-h
headed,
and collapse.
Talk to your docttor as soon as possiible if:
• you feel your heart is beating fasterr or stronger than usua
al
(palpitations). This is usually harmle
ess, and usually stops
s after
you have used
d the medicine for a while
w
• you may feel yyour heart beat is une
even or it gives an extrra beat
• these may afffect up to 1 in 10 peop
ple.

If you use more Salbutamol than you should
If you us
se more than you shou
uld, talk to a doctor as
s soon as
possible
e.
The follo
owing effects may hap
ppen:
• yourr heart beating faster tthan usual
• you feel shaky
• hype
eractivity.
These effects
e
usually wear offf in a few hours.

ollowing side effects
s can also happen bu
ut the frequency
The fo
of the
ese are not known:
• ch
hest pain, due to heartt problems such as an
ngina. Tell your
do
octor, nurse or pharma
acist if this occurs. Do
o not stop using this
medicine unless told to do so.
Reporting of side effects
If you get any side effects, talk
t
to your doctor, pha
armacist or nurse.
This in
ncludes any possible side
s
effects not listed in this leaflet. You
can allso report side effects directly via the Yellow
w Card Scheme at:
www.m
mhra.gov.uk/yellowcard or search for MHRA
A Yellow Card in
the Go
oogle Play or Apple App
A Store. By reporting side effects, you
can he
elp provide more inforrmation on the safety o
of this medicine.
If you
u think this medicine is not working well e
enough for you
If yourr medicine does not se
eem to be working as well as usual, talk
to you
ur doctor as soon as possible. Your chest prroblem may be
getting
g worse and you may need a different medicine. Do not take
extra doses
d
of Salbutamol unless
u
your doctor tells you to.

5

How
H
to store Salbutamol






Ke
eep out of the sight an
nd reach of children.
Do
o not store above 30°C
C. Do not freeze.
Sttore in the original pac
ckage in order to prote
ect from light.
Do
o not use Salbutamol after the expiry date w
which is stated on
the carton and accuhale
er label. The expiry da
ate refers to the last
ay of that month.
da
Medicines should not be
e disposed of via wasttewater or
ho
ousehold waste. Ask your
y
pharmacist how to dispose of
medicines no longer req
quired. These measurres will help to
prrotect the environmentt.



If any of these hap
ppen to you, talk to yo
our doctor as soon as
possible. Do not s
stop using this mediicine unless told to do
d so.
Tell your doctor if you have any of the fo
ollowing side effects, which
w
may also happen with this medicine:

Cleanin
ng your inhaler
Wipe the
e mouthpiece of the A
Accuhaler with a dry tis
ssue to clean it.

Very rare
r
(may affect up to 1 in 10,000 people)
• ch
hanges in sleep patterrns and changes in be
ehaviour, such as
re
estlessness and excita
ability.

Common (may afffect up to 1 in 10 people)
• feeling shaky
• headache.
Uncommon (mayy affect up to 1 in 100 people)
• mouth and thrroat irritation
• muscle cramp
ps.
Rare (may affect up to 1 in 1,000 people)
• a low level of potassium in your blood
od flow to your extrem
mities (peripheral dilata
ation).
• increased bloo

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Contents
C
of the pac
ck and other inform
mation

What Salbutamol contains
s
The active ingredient in Salbutamol is salbutamol (as the sulphate).
Each dose contains powderr for inhalation providing
200 micrograms
m
salbutamol (as the sulphate).
The other ingredient is lacto
ose.
What Salbutamol looks lik
ke and contents of th
he pack
The powder for inhalation is
s contained in blister sstrips and within a
two-to
one blue, circular devic
ce which has a mouthpiece and dose
counte
er indicating 60 doses
s.
Each device is packed in ca
artons which hold: 1 A
Accuhaler each
contaiining 60 blisters.

Manufactured by: Glaxo Wellcome Production,
P
Zone Indu
ustrielle
No.2., 23 Rue L
Lavoisier, 27000 Evreu
ux, France.
OR
Glaxo Wellcome
e Operations, Glaxo Operations
O
UK Ltd., Prriory
Street Ware, He
ertfordshire SG12 ODJ
J, UK.
Procured from within the EU and re
epackaged by the Prroduct
Licence holderr: B&S Healthcare, Un
nit 4, Bradfield Road, R
Ruislip,
Middlesex, HA4
4 0NU, UK.
0 micrograms Accuh
haler; PL 18799/2934
4
Salbutamol 200
Leaflet date: 20.11.2017

POM

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ghted?
eaflet hard to
t see or re
ead?
Is this le
Call 020
08 515 3763
3 to obtain the
leaflet in
n a format suitable
s
for you.

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