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Local anti-inflammatory Glucocorticoid Ciclesonide For Treat Asthma and Allergic Rhinitis
Ciclesonide is a glucocorticoid used to treat asthma and allergic rhinitis. It is marketed under the brand names Alvesco for asthma and Omnaris, Omniair, Zetonna, and Alvescofor hay fever in the US and Canada.
Side effects of the medication include headache, nosebleeds, and inflammation of the nose and throat linings.
It was patented in 1990 and approved for medical use in 2005. The drug was approved for adults and children 12 and over by the US Food and Drug Administration in October 2006.
Ciclesonide Oral Inhaler prevents breathing difficulties, chest tightness, wheezing and coughing in adults and children over 12 years of age. Clissonide belongs to a class of drugs called corticosteroids. It works by reducing the swelling and irritation of the respiratory tract, making breathing easier.
How to use this medicine?
Ciclesonide is an aerosol that can be inhaled orally using an inhaler. Ciclesonide is usually inhaled twice a day. Try using ciclesonide at about the same time every day. Follow the instructions on the prescription label carefully and ask the doctor or pharmacist to explain any parts that you do not understand. Use ciclesonide inhaler exactly as indicated. Do not use it more or less, or use it more often than doctors.
Talk to your doctor about how to use other oral and inhaled medications to treat asthma during inhalation therapy with clonade. If you are using any other inhaled medication, ask your doctor if you should inhale these medications before and after inhalation of ciclesonide inhalation. If you are taking oral steroids such as dexamethasone, Medrol or Rayos, your doctor may want to start reducing your steroid dose at least one week after you start using ciclesonide.
Inhaling clinsonide helps prevent asthma attacks (shortness of breath, wheezing and sudden onset of cough), but does not prevent asthma attacks that have already begun. Do not inhale clorsonide during an asthma attack. Your doctor will prescribe a short-acting inhaler for use during an asthma attack.
Your doctor may start an average dose of Ciclesonide. If your symptoms do not improve after at least 4 weeks, your doctor may increase the dose, and the doctor may lower the dose when the symptoms are controlled.
Inhaled clorsonide controls asthma but does not cure. It may take up to 4 weeks or more for you to feel the full benefits of the drug. Even if you feel good, continue to use ciclesonide inhalers. Do not stop using ciclesonide inhalers without consulting your doctor.
Tell your doctor if asthma is worsening during treatment. Call your doctor if you don't stop asthma attacks when using fast-acting asthma medications, or if you need more quick-acting medications than usual.
The inhaler supplied with ciclesonide aerosol is only designed for use in ciclesonide tanks. Do not use it to inhale any other medicine or use any other inhaler to inhale ciclesonide.
Each ciclesonide aerosol canister is designed to provide 60 inhalations. After using the marked number of inhalations, subsequent inhalation may not contain the correct amount of medication. Your inhaler has an additional counter that changes every 10 sprays. When the number displayed on the counter is 020, you should call your doctor or pharmacist to supplement your prescription. When the number displayed on the counter is 000, you should no longer use the container. You should also track the number of inhalations used each day to understand the exact amount of spray remaining in the inhaler. After using a certain amount of inhalant, throw it away, even if the tank still contains some liquid and continue to release the spray when pressed. If your inhaler is dropped,
Before you use the ciclesonide aerosol inhaler for the first time, please read the enclosed instructions provided with it. Look through the diagrams carefully and make sure you recognize all the parts of the inhaler. Ask your doctor, pharmacist or respiratory therapist to tell you how to use it.
Do not use your ciclesonide inhaler when you are near an open flame or heat source. If the inhaler is exposed to very high temperatures, it may explode.
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