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Product ID 8699786550070
Product Oxis Turbuhaler 9mcg
Strength 9mcg
Pack Size 60
Pharmaceutical Form Doses
Active Ingredients Formoterol Fumarate
Manufacturer Astra Zeneca
License Holder Astra Zeneca
E.Q.US.Brand Name Oxeze Turbuhaler
Origin Sweden
Active-Passive-Not Avaliable Active

Why is this medication prescribed?

Formoterol is used to treat wheezing, shortness of breath, and breathing difficulties caused by asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD; a group of lung diseases that includes chronic bronchitis and emphysema). It also is used to prevent breathing difficulties (bronchospasm) during exercise. Formoterol is in a class of medications called long-acting beta agonists (LABAs). It works by relaxing and opening air passages in the lungs, making it easier to breathe.

How should this medicine be used?

Formoterol comes as a powder-filled capsule to inhale by mouth using a special inhaler. If you are using formoterol to treat asthma and COPD, you will probably inhale it twice a day in the morning and the evening. Always inhale your next dose of formoterol 12 hours after you inhaled your last dose and try to inhale formoterol at about the same times every day. If you are using formoterol to prevent breathing difficulties during exercise, you will probably inhale it at least 15 minutes before exercise, but not more often than once in 12 hours. If you are using formoterol twice a day on a regular basis, do not use an additional dose before exercising. Follow the directions on your prescription label carefully, and ask your doctor or pharmacist to explain any part you do not understand. Use formoterol exactly as directed. Do not use more or less of it or use it more often than prescribed by your doctor.

Do not swallow formoterol capsules.

Talk to your doctor about how you should take your other oral or inhaled medications for asthma during your treatment with formoterol. If you were taking a corticosteroid (a type of medication used to prevent airway swelling in patients with asthma), your doctor will probably tell you to continue taking it just as you did before you began using formoterol. If you were using a short-acting beta agonist inhaler such as albuterol (Proventil, Ventolin) on a regular basis, your doctor will probably tell you to stop using it regularly, but to continue to use it to treat sudden attacks of asthma symptoms. Follow these directions carefully. Do not change the way you use any of your medications without talking to your doctor.

Formoterol helps to prevent asthma or COPD attacks but will not stop an attack that has already started. Do not use formoterol during an attack of asthma or COPD. Your doctor will prescribe a short-acting inhaler to use during attacks.

Formoterol controls the symptoms of asthma and other lung diseases but does not cure these conditions. Do not stop using formoterol without talking to your doctor. If you suddenly stop using formoterol, your symptoms may worsen.

Before you use the formoterol inhaler the first time, ask your doctor, pharmacist, or respiratory therapist to show you how to use it. Practice using the inhaler while he or she watches.

To use the inhaler, follow these steps:

  1. Before you use a new inhaler for the first time,      find the sticker on the box that says ''Use by'' and has been marked with      a date by your pharmacist. Remove this sticker from the box and attach it      to the cover of your inhaler to remind you to stop using the inhaler by      this date. If the sticker on your box is blank, fill in the expiration      date that is stamped on the box or the date that is 4 months after you      purchased the inhaler, whichever comes sooner.
  2. Open the foil pouch containing a blister card of      formoterol and set it aside. Do not remove a capsule until you are ready      to inhale your dose.
  3. Pull off the inhaler cover and twist the      mouthpiece open in the direction shown by the arrow on the mouthpiece.      Push the buttons on each side to be sure you can see four pins in the      capsule well of the inhaler.
  4. Separate one blister from the blister card by      tearing along the dotted lines. Remove the capsule from the blister by      peeling back the paper backing and pushing the capsule through the foil.
  5. Place the capsule in the chamber. Do not place it      directly into the mouthpiece. Twist to close.
  6. Hold the inhaler upright and press in both side      buttons at the same time. Do not press the buttons more than once. You      will hear a click as the capsule is punctured. Release the buttons. If the      buttons do not pop out, pull the wings of the buttons to release them.
  7. Exhale (breathe out) as completely as possible      but not into the mouthpiece.
  8. Turn the inhaler on its side so that the blue      buttons are on the left and right (not the top and bottom) of the inhaler.      Hold the inhaler so that it is level.
  9. Tilt your head back slightly, place the      mouthpiece in your mouth, and close your lips. Breathe in quickly and      deeply. As the medicine is released from the capsule, you'll get a sweet      taste and hear a whirring noise. (If you don't, the capsule may be stuck.      Tap on the side of the inhaler to loosen the capsule and repeat steps 7 to      9. Do not press the side buttons again.)
  10. Remove the inhaler from your mouth and hold your      breath for as long as you comfortably can. Then exhale.
  11. Open the inhaler to see if there is any powder      left in the capsule. If there is, repeat steps 7 to 10.
  12. Once the capsule is empty, remove it and throw it      away. Do not leave it in the chamber. Close the mouthpiece and replace the      cover.

The inhaler is made to pierce the capsule so that the powder can be released. However, it is possible that the capsule may break into small pieces inside the inhaler. If this happens, a screen in the inhaler should stop the pieces of capsule from reaching your mouth as you inhale the medication. Very tiny pieces of the capsule may reach your mouth or throat, but this will not hurt you. The capsule is less likely to break if you are careful to store the capsules properly, to keep the capsules in the foil package until you are ready to use them, and to press the buttons on the inhaler only once.

Formoterol capsules should only be used with the special inhaler and should not be taken by mouth. Store capsules in the package and remove them immediately before use. Avoid exposing the capsules to moisture, and handle them with dry hands.

Do not use the dry powder inhaler with a spacer. Do not exhale into the device. Keep the inhaler dry; do not wash it. Always use the new inhaler that comes with a refill of your medication. Do not use the inhaler to inhale any other type of capsules.

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