Ventolin (Salbutamol)

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Ventolin asthma inhaler is typically used to relieve asthma attacks or when the patient is experiencing difficulty in breathing. It contains the active ingredient Salbutamol which is fast-acting and is effective for treating symptoms of the respiratory condition asthma and other similar chronic conditions such as COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease). When inhaled, the drug relaxes the airways of the lungs which allows the person to breathe easier thus alleviating an acute asthmatic episode.

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Type of drugBronchodilators
Health conditions prescribed forAsthma / COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease)
Active IngredientsSalbutamol
Brand namesVentolin
Available strengths100mcg, 200mcg
Available asInhaler
Possible side effectsHeadache, faster heartbeat for a short period of time (without chest pain), shaking
Patient Information LeafletFor more information on the medication please refer to the patient information leaflet for the Ventolin Accuhaler and Ventolin Evohaler.

Ventolin - Key Information

What is Ventolin? Ventolin is a blue inhaler that contains the ingredient Salbutamol. It works by opening up the airways, relieving the symptoms of asthma such as breathlessness, wheeze or a tight chest. It is therefore known as a "reliever".

Ventolin contains the active ingredient Salbutamol Sulphate and is used in the treatment of Asthma. It is the common blue reliever inhaler used by asthma sufferers. The Evohaler contains 100ug of Salbutamol, a quick-acting drug that helps stops an asthma attack when it occurs.

Ventolin inhalers belong to the class of short-acting bronchodilators that help people with a breathing problem open up airways for immediate relief from shortness of breath or wheezing. It is referred to as rescue inhaler because it can immediately stop asthma attacks.

Video: A Doctor provides an overview of Ventolin

The video below provides a simple explanation of Ventolin (salbutamol), the bronchodilator drug, commonly prescribed as a treatment for breathing conditions such as asthma and COPD. In it the doctor explains what it is used for and how it works:

Video: A Guide to Ventolin

UK Meds have created a video guide to explain what Ventolin is. Watch it below:

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It is a bronchodilator that is usually prescribed to patients with asthma and other breathing problems. These asthma inhalers are typically used only as needed, unlike long-acting bronchodilators that are used every day in controlling asthma and providing relief to other breathing difficulties.

Ventolin, just like other bronchodilators, works by relaxing the lung muscles to allow the airways to widen and make breathing a lot easier. It can also help clear mucus and reduce the inflammation in the lungs.

Using it can relieve the symptoms of asthma and other breathing problems. Its use can also prevent the onset of asthma for patients who are involved in physical activities that normally trigger asthma attacks. It must be used only when prescribed by a doctor.

Every asthma / COPD patient has different symptoms and a unique individual experience when taking Ventolin (Salbutamol) as a treatment.

Ventolin Reviews

To see what people have to say about their experiences with the medication, take a look at the Ventolin user reviews available at Drugs.com and WebMD.

You must speak to a doctor or your healthcare provider before taking Ventolin. They will assess your suitability for the asthma medication and whether your health condition requires an alternative treatment.

For more information on the prescription medication patients should refer to the Ventolin Accuhaler patient information leaflet and Ventolin Evohaler patient information leaflet.

Usage Advice

Use a Ventolin inhaler according to the instructions of your doctor who prescribed it. Do not increase or decrease the dosage or use it longer than what is recommended by the doctor. Users must follow exactly the instructions on the prescription label. You should use it only according to the prescribed dose. If you have your doubts about using this medication or the correct inhaler technique, discuss it with your doctor, asthma nurse or healthcare provider.

It can be used either by an inhaler or a nebuliser device. The choice of which device to be used will depend on your doctor. Do not use without the inhaler because it will be difficult to get the correct dose.

Instructions for using your Ventolin Evohaler inhaler

Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (2023) have put together a helpful set of instructions describing how to use a metered dose inhaler, summarised below.

When using a metered dose inhaler (e.g. Ventolin Evohaler):

  1. Shake the canister well before each spray
  2. Remove the cap off the mouthpiece of the inhaler
  3. Breathe out before putting the mouthpiece into your mouth and closing your lips
  4. Breathe in slowly as you push down on the canister
  5. Put your breathing on hold for about 10 seconds then breathe out slowly.
Video: How to use a pMDI inhaler

In the video below Asthma + Lung UK explain exactly how to use a Ventolin Evohaler, a form of pMDI (pressurised metered dose inhaler):

Instructions for using your Ventolin Accuhaler inhaler

Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (2021) have put together a helpful set of instructions describing how to use an acculhaler inhaler, summarised below.

To use an accuhaler inhaler (e.g. Ventolin Accuhaler) follow these steps:

    Open:
  1. Hold the outer casing of the Accuhaler in one hand and push the thumb grip away until you hear a click. This opens the Accuhaler.
  2. Then, hold it horizontally with the mouthpiece facing you and slide the lever away until it clicks. This makes the dose available for inhalation and moves the dose counter on.

  3. Breathe out then breathe in:
  4. Gently breathe out away from the Accuhaler to create space in your lungs.
  5. Place the mouthpiece in your mouth and form a tight seal with your lips.
  6. Inhale quickly and deeply, filling your lungs. It's important to inhale faster than with a Metered Dose Inhaler (MDI).
  7. After inhaling, remove the Accuhaler from your mouth and hold your breath for 10 seconds or as long as possible. Then, breathe out slowly.

  8. Close:
  9. Slide the thumb grip back towards you until it clicks to close the casing unit. This primes the Accuhaler for your next dose.
  10. If a second dose is needed, repeat steps outline above.
  11. Remember, the dose counter on the Accuhaler counts down from 60 to 0, with the last 5 numbers shown in red.

Video: How to use a Accuhaler inhaler

Asthma + Lung UK describe exactly how to use a Ventolin Accuhaler (a form of accuhaler inhaler) in the video below:

To clean your Ventolin Evohaler, follow these steps:

  1. Remove the metal canister from the plastic inhaler unit. Do not put the canister in water.
  2. Take off the plastic mouthpiece cover.
  3. Rinse both the plastic parts under warm, running water for at least 30 seconds. Ensure water runs through the mouthpiece and the inhaler unit.
  4. Shake off excess water and allow the plastic parts to dry completely, ideally overnight.
  5. Once the mouthpiece is dry, reinsert the canister and place the mouthpiece cover back on.
  6. Remember not to put the metal canister in water.
  7. Cleaning your inhaler regularly is crucial to prevent blockages and ensure proper functionality.

Source: EMC (2023)

Video Guide: How To Clean Your Ventolin Inhaler

The video below provides a simple explanation of how to clean your Ventolin inhaler:

How do I use my Ventolin inhaler during an asthma attack?

If you have a sudden asthma attack, it's okay to go over the regular dosage of 8 puffs daily. You can inhale up to 10 puffs of salbutamol, with 30 seconds between each puff (NHS, 2021). Remember to shake the inhaler before using it to prime it properly.

For more severe asthma attacks, you can use a nebuliser. This device delivers the medication in mist form through a facemask. A doctor will provide a nebuliser if needed and if you don’t already have one prescribed.

Asthma attacks can worsen quickly, so seek urgent medical help if you or your child:

  • Have difficulty breathing and your asthma symptoms aren't improving.
  • Have not improved even after 10 puffs of salbutamol. If absolutely necessary, you can take another dose of up to 10 puffs at least 10 minutes after the initial dose.

Once you correctly inhale a Ventolin inhaler, you can expect to experience immediate improvement in your asthma symptoms. The full effectiveness of Ventolin usually kicks in within 5 to 20 minutes (NHS, 2021; Johnson et al, 2022; Ullmann et al, 2015) but will vary from individual to individual.

How often should I be using my Ventolin inhaler?

The Ventolin is meant for relief when you need it, so you should only need one inhaler every one to two months, depending on your condition. The usual dosage is one to two puffs up to four times a day when needed.

If you find you need your Ventolin inhaler more and more often, it might be a sign that your condition isn't well controlled. In this case, it's best to visit your GP for advice.

Dosage

Ventolin is for inhalation use only. When used to treat or prevent bronchospasm in adults and children over 4 years old, It is to be inhaled every four or six hours. Some patients require only one inhalation every four hours. When used to prevent exercise-induced bronchospasm among adults and children over four years old, It is to be inhaled twice fifteen or thirty minutes before the exercise.

Ventolin needs to be primed before using it for the first time, before using when the inhaler after it was not used for more than two weeks, or when the inhaler is accidentally dropped. Priming is done by releasing four sprays into the air, away from the face of the user, shaking well the canister before each spray. It must be used as prescribed by the doctor. Use it according to the doctor’s schedule. If you miss a dose, you should take it the moment you remember. If the schedule of the next dose is close, skip the missed dose and proceed to your regular schedule. Do not take twice the dose to make up for the skipped dose.

Only the person to whom it is prescribed by the doctor must use the inhaler. It must not be shared or offered for use with others. While using, it is important that a patient avoid exposures to allergens or irritants such as pollen, pet dander, moulds, dust, or smoke that may make the breathing problems worse.

Side Effects

Ventolin may occasionally result in side effects (NHS, 2021). It is important to be aware of them. These side effects do not affect all patients or affect everyone in the same way.

Common Side Effects of Ventolin include:

Uncommon Side Effects of Ventolin include:

Rare Side Effects of Ventolin include:

If you experience any of these side effects while using Ventolin and find them uncomfortable or distressing, you should always consult your doctor, asthma nurse or healthcare provider as soon as possible.

If you experience the following side effects, consult your doctor, asthma nurse or healthcare providers as soon as possible:

Warnings

Like all medications, Ventolin may not be suitable for everyone. If you believe you might be in this category, it's essential to have a conversation with your doctor about your options.

Ventolin inhalers may not be appropriate for individuals with allergies to any of the listed ingredients in the inhaler, and it's important to note that those with lactose intolerance should only consider the Accuhaler version.

It's crucial to provide your doctor with a comprehensive overview of your medical history and current medications. This information is necessary for those with:

Please make sure to communicate these factors to your doctor for a thorough discussion before considering Ventolin as your treatment option.

It is important to consult with your doctor or healthcare provider before using Ventolin if you are pregnant, think you may be pregnant, or are planning to have a baby. They will be able to provide you with the best advice specific to your situation.

It is important to consult with your doctor or healthcare provider before using Ventolin if you are breastfeeding. They will be able to provide you with the best advice specific to your situation.

Can a Ventolin inhaler affect contraception?

There is no evidence that your Ventolin inhaler will affect your contraception. However, always check with your GP or prescriber before buying a Ventolin inhaler online.

Can Ventolin interact with alcohol or food?

Ventolin doesn't interact with food or alcohol. However you should drink coffee with caution as it can cause tremors, this is because coffee and salbutamol are both stimulants. If you notice this side effect, try reducing your caffeine intake. Always consult your doctor or prescriber before using or buying a Ventolin Inhaler online.

What is an asthma action plan?

Action plans for asthmatic patients are extremely helpful, not just for those with asthma, but also for those around them. An asthma action plan details your asthma symptoms and what to do if they worsen. It also lists the daily medicines you take to manage symptoms and the emergency steps to take during an asthma attack. This plan is usually completed with your healthcare provider and is tailored to your specific needs, with adjustments made during asthma appointments as necessary.

Asthma Action Plan Template - Asthma and Lung UK

If you cannot get one directly from your GP or asthma nurse, Asthma and Lung UK have created a helpful asthma action plan template that you can complete with your healthcare provider at a convenient time.

Do you need a spacer for Ventolin?

A spacer is a plastic tube that attaches to your inhaler. You put the inhaler's mouthpiece on one end and breathe through a mask or mouthpiece on the other end. Using a spacer helps ensure you get the full dose of medicine from each puff, so none goes to waste. Spacers can only be used with metered dose inhalers (MDIs). If you have a dry powder or breath-actuated inhaler, you don't need a spacer.

Spacers are often given to children to help them inhale the medicine correctly, but adults can use them too if needed. You don’t always need a spacer, but it can help you get the most out of your Ventolin inhaler.

Video: How to use a spacer with tidal breathing - Asthma and Lung UK

Asthma and Lung UK have put together a helpful video to explain how to use a spacer with tidal breathing which you can watch below:

Can Ventolin treat hay fever?

The main purpose of a Ventolin Inhaler isn't for hay fever, but a doctor might recommend it in some cases. If you're thinking about getting a Ventolin Inhaler for hay fever, consult your doctor or prescriber first to ensure you get the right treatment.

Do Ventolin inhalers contain steroids?

No, a Ventolin Inhaler contains Salbutamol, which is not a steroid. Always consult your doctor or prescriber before using or buying a Ventolin inhaler online.

What signs should I look out for that my asthma is not being well controlled by Ventolin?

Asthma can be very serious if not managed properly. Talking to your GP or Asthma Nurse can help you find the best treatments for you. Not sure when to seek urgent care? If any of the following apply, seek medical attention from your doctor or GP as soon as possible:

  • Even after using your inhaler, you are still struggling to breathe.
  • Your chest remains tight or becomes painfully tight after using your inhaler.
  • Your Ventolin inhaler only relieves your symptoms for less than 4 hours.
  • You are overusing your inhaler, exceeding the recommended daily limit of 8 puffs.

Even if your condition isn't this serious, it may still be helpful to book an asthma review if:

  • You start using your Salbutamol inhaler more frequently.
  • Your airways are so restricted that it limits your daily activities.
  • You wake up more than once at night with asthma symptoms.

How long a Ventolin inhaler lasts will vary depending on the severity of a patient's asthma and how well the condition is controlled. Ventolin inhalers used for well controlled, mild asthma, might last up to a few months, whereas asthma sufferers with more severe asthma will find that their inhaler only lasts a few weeks (Beat Asthma, 2022; NHS Grampian, 2023). How your inhaler is stored and it's expiration date will also affect how long it lasts for you (Bass, P., 2021; Healthline, 2023).

Your doctor or healthcare professional will be able to advise you on the appropriate dosage of Ventolin (salbutamol) to treat your individual case of asthma.

No, Ventolin is not a steroid inhaler. It is a reliever inhaler that contains salbutamol, a short-acting substance that helps to open up the airways (Drugs.com, 2022). Steroid inhalers, on the other hand, are known as preventer inhalers and contain corticosteroids (NHS, 2023). A preventer inhaler is used to manage asthma symptoms over a longer period of time (NHS, 2021). A Pulmicort Turbohaler is an example of a corticosteroid inhaler / preventer inhaler.

Combination Inhalers

A combination inhaler is also available. These asthma inhalers combine two kinds of medicine into one device, a corticosteroid preventer and a long-acting bronchodilator (Asthma + Lung UK, 2021). The preventer medicine will reduce the inflammation in your airways and the long-acting bronchodilator medicine simultaneously provides ongoing relief from typical asthma symptoms such as breathlessness and a tight chest. Examples of a combination inhaler device include Seretide, Symbicort and Fostair.

Your doctor, asthma nurse or healthcare professional can advise you on which medication is the best form of treatment for your individual case of asthma, whether that is a reliever inhaler, a preventer inhaler, a combination inhaler or any other asthma treatment.

Typically for adults & adolescents (12 years and over):

  • 1-2 puffs - to relieve asthma
  • 2 puffs (10-15 minutes prior to exercising or exposure to an asthma trigger) - to prevent asthma
  • 2 puffs (up to 4 times a day) - for regular treatment
  • 8 puffs (the maximum dose in a 24 hour period)

Typically for children under 12 years old:

  • 1 puff (2 puffs if required) - to relieve asthma
  • 1 puff (10-15 minutes prior to exercising or exposure to an asthma trigger) - to prevent asthma
  • 2 puffs (up to 4 times a day) - for regular treatment
  • 8 puffs (the maximum dose in a 24 hour period)

Source: Ventolin Evohaler Patient Information Leaflet

The above information is not a substitute for professional medical advice. Consult your doctor or healthcare provider if you find you require your inhaler more frequently for your own or your childs asthma.

The Ventolin inhaler comes in a blue case. Many people call it the "blue inhaler" for asthma. If you are searching for the blue asthma inhaler, we have it here at UK Meds. We can overnight ship Ventolin most nights of the week.

Ventolin Evohaler

Ventolin Evohaler is a brand of the familiar blue inhaler used for asthma relief. Ventolin inhalers contain the active ingredient salbutamol. These asthma inhalers relieve the tightness in the chest caused by asthma.

One or two puffs will usually relieve chest tightness for up to 6 hours. The onset of action of inhaled salbutamol is almost immediate.

Whilst the Ventolin Evohaler and Ventolin Accuhaler are both used to treat asthma there are differences in factors such as the available strengths, quantities, and delivery frequencies.

The Ventolin Accuhaler contains a combination of 200 micrograms of microfine salbutamol (as sulfate) and larger particle lactose (EMC, 2023). In comparison, the Ventolin Evohaler contains 100 micrograms of salbutamol (as Salbutamol Sulfate BP) per actuation and a new propellant (HFA 134a) with no chlorofluorocarbons (EMC, 2023).

The blue inhaler is also known as the reliever inhaler and is for immediate rescue when you are experiencing symptoms, such as chest tightness or shortness of breath.

It contains a short acting bronchodilator known as salbutamol; which quickly opens the airways during an asthma attack. The drug acts to relax the muscles around the airways, allowing them to open up and make it easier to breathe for instant relief of symptoms.

Ventolin works by relaxing the muscles in the walls of the small airways in the lungs. This helps to open up the airways and make breathing easier. Your doctor may have suggested this medication for conditions other than those listed in these drug information articles.

Salbutamol is used to relieve symptoms of asthma and COPD such as coughing, wheezing and feeling breathless. It works by relaxing the muscles of the airways into the lungs, which makes it easier to breathe. Salbutamol comes in an inhaler (puffer). Salbutamol inhalers are usually blue.

Ventolin Evohaler is also called Salbutamol, the "blue inhaler", and Albuterol. They contain the active ingredient salbutamol. They can relieve the symptoms caused by asthma, such as tightness in the chest.

Inhaled salbutamol is an 'as required' treatment. Reliever inhalers are used only when symptoms are present. Most patients use their reliever inhaler only occasionally. When asthma is well controlled there is usually little need for reliever inhalers such as salbutamol.

Ventolin HFA inhalers are an asthma inhaler, which relieves acute symptoms of asthma. The inhaler contains salbutamol, an active ingredient which reduces the constriction in your airways which causes asthma.

VENTOLIN HFA is an albuterol inhaler that helps relieve bronchospasm and its symptoms. VENTOLIN HFA acts within minutes, and symptom relief should last 4 to 6 hours. Albuterol treats bronchospasm by quickly opening the airways within your lungs to ease breathing during an asthma attack.

The active ingredient in the Ventolin inhaler is a substance called salbutamol, which is also sold as a generic medication (which means that it is sold under the name “salbutamol” rather than a brand name).

It is inhaled directly into the lungs and it helps reduce asthma symptoms within five to twenty minutes of inhalation. Salbutamol relaxes the muscles in your airways and opens your airways up, making it easier for you to breathe.

You need to use the Ventolin inhaler when you experience symptoms such as breathing problems, but you can also use it when you know you will be exposed to asthma triggers. This can be the case if you know you will be exposed to something which triggers your allergic asthma (for example animal hair, dust or pollen). People who suffer from exercise-induced asthma can use a salbutamol inhaler like Ventolin before sport, to prevent symptoms.

The standard dose of salbutamol for relieving symptoms consists of 1-2 puffs (which contains 100-200 micrograms salbutamol).

Ventolin and a Salamol inhaler are both used to treat asthma and other respiratory conditions. The main difference is that Ventolin is the original branded version of the inhaler, while a Salamol inhaler is a generic version. Both inhalers contain the same active ingredient, Salbutamol.

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You can buy the blue inhaler from UK Meds. We have overnight shipping of Ventolin most days of the week. If you have a prescription for a Ventolin asthma inhaler, we can fulfil it for you. If you do not, our prescriber service can get you started in the right direction.

When the prescription calls for more than one inhalation at a time, you should wait for about one minute before using the second inhalation and remember to shake the inhaler again.

It is important to keep your inhaler dry and clean all the time. Store with the mouthpiece cap. The inhaler must be cleaned at least every week. Remove the canister from the Ventolin inhaler and let warm water run on it for about half a minute. Shake the canister to remove excess water and let it air dry completely before putting the inhaler back together.

Ventolin Subscription

Yes, you can get Ventolin on a subscription from UK Meds. By getting your medication on a subscription you can rest assured that you will get it when you need it, whilst also saving money. It’s a win-win!

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Yes, it is legal to purchase a Ventolin Inhaler online when shopping online with UK Meds. All of the medication we provide is 100% genuine and is dispensed by registered UK pharmacies. For prescription-only medications, you will need to complete our free online consultation form to ensure that a Ventolin Inhaler is right for you.

No, a Ventolin inhaler is prescription only medicine (POM) (NHS, 2021). In order to get the blue inhaler you will need a prescription. If your doctor or GP has recommended Ventolin (salbutamol) as a treatment for you, you can obtain a prescription for the medication by completing our online consultation, providing that it it approved by our independent pharmacist prescriber. If your prescription is approved, you can buy Ventolin online conveniently at UK Meds, with a range of payment options and delivery options to suit your needs.

Because Ventolin is a prescription only medication (POM) (NHS, 2021), you will need a prescription to get the blue inhaler from a chemist. Alternatively, provided you have been recommended Ventolin (salbutamol) as a treatment by your doctor or healthcare provider, you can obtain a prescription for the medication and buy it online at UK Meds, if your online consultation is approved by our independent pharmacist prescriber.

Buy Salbutamol

Yes. Ventolin is a prescription-only medicine containing the active ingredient salbutamol (a type of bronchodilator) (NHS, 2021). Should you wish to order Ventolin and require a prescription to buy salbutamol, simply complete our online consultation. If approved by our independent pharmacist prescriber, your prescription will be issued and your medication will be dispensed. Always consult your doctor or healthcare provider before you buy salbutamol or any other medication as they can ensure that it is safe and suitable to your individual needs.

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At the time of writing, Ventolin inhalers are available at Boots. However, should you wish to purchase Ventolin inhalers at a better price, you can do so at UK Meds. Additionally, if you would like to purchase more than one Ventolin inhaler, you can benefit from further savings at UK Meds.

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