|Incruse Ellipta||umeclidinium inhalation powder||Brand||United Kingdom||55mcg||30 Doses||DR||$103.51||Add|
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Umeclidinium Inhalation Powder is the non-proprietary name for a long-acting muscarinic antagonist, most widely used to help patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) breathe easier and use a rescue inhaler less often.
Because COPD predominantly effects older adults, use of this product in patients under age 18 has not been studied. As it may produce undesirable effects on still-developing young bodies, parents should not buy Umeclidinium Inhalation Powder for children.
When to Use---and Not to Use
The majority of patients buy Umeclidinium Inhalation Powder to use in COPD. As such it is a maintenance inhaler; it provides no benefit in alleviating immediate breathing difficulties, and patients should not buy Umeclidinium Inhalation Powder to use as a rescue inhaler. Rescue inhalers should continue to be bought and used as-needed like usual, regardless of Umeclidinium Inhalation Powder use.
Used daily over the long term Umeclidinium Inhalation Powder should improve overall breathing, with reduced wheezing, coughing, and difficulty breathing. As a result rescue inhaler use should also be reduced to some degree. However, Umeclidinium Inhalation Powder is not a cure and the occasional exacerbation is still possible, for which a rescue inhaler will be useful.
In general patients should not buy Umeclidinium Inhalation Powder for use in asthma. Asthmatics may be interested in Arnuity Ellipta, which contains fluticasone furoate for use in asthma. Patients who have both asthma and COPD should discuss options with a doctor.
In the majority of cases Umeclidinium Inhalation Powder is administered just once per day, regardless of COPD symptoms. While it will not provide benefit in alleviating immediate breathing difficulties, it will continue to provide long-term benefit when used on days when COPD is not producing symptoms.
Most patients who buy Umeclidinium Inhalation Powder get the medication in a powdered-inhalation device, such as with the brand Incruse Ellipta. These inhalers are usually metered, delivering a precise amount of medication and with a countdown of doses remaining on the inhaler itself. Though rare, there may be exceptions; patients may be able to buy Umeclidinium Inhalation Powder in other formulations.
If using a metered-dose inhaler, there are some tips to prevent waste and ensure treatment is hassle-free:
Effects can be difficult to detect. Again the medication has no immediate effect on breathing. Over time---with a few weeks or months or daily use---breathing should become easier overall, with fewer exacerbations and milder exacerbations when they do happen. Dependency on rescue inhalers should be reduced.
A small percentage of patients do not seem to benefit from Umeclidinium Inhalation Powder. If there is no difference in COPD after a few months of use, there is probably no benefit to be had from continuing to buy Umeclidinium Inhalation Powder. Speak with a doctor about other options.
Warnings Before Use
The only true contraindication to Umeclidinium Inhalation Powder is hypersensitivity to any of the ingredients. Hypersensitive patients should not buy Umeclidinium Inhalation Powder; a doctor can recommend alternative products.
Some individuals have preexisting conditions that can significantly increase risk of serious side effects; speak with a doctor before use if there is a history of:
Most common side effects are mild, and they often stop occurring with the first few weeks of use as the body adjusts to treatment. More rare, but more serious, side effects warrant medical attention:
Patients who buy Umeclidinium Inhalation Powder should be aware that it can interact with other medications. Anticholinergics are of particular concern. Double-check with a doctor prior to adding any other medication to the regimen while taking Umeclidinium Inhalation Powder.
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