Your child will need to take a medicine called salbutamol. This leaflet will explain what salbutamol does, how it is given, and what problems and side effects your child may experience after taking it.
What Is This Medicine?
Salbutamol relaxes the muscles in the lungs that contain the airways. It opens the airway and relieves chest tightness, colds and fibrosis, so your baby can breathe more easily. This is called a painkiller or bronchodilator.
Salbutamol helps prevent shortness of breath and suffocation during overeating, such as asthma caused by overeating.
You may have heard of the salbutamol brand name as Ventolin or Airmerto. Salbutamol is useful in asthma, dry powder asthma, respiratory solutions, and nebulizers.
Before Giving This Medicine To Your Child
If your child is allergic to salbutamol, tell your doctor about it.
If your child has any of these, talk to your child’s doctor or pharmacist. If your child has any of these, you may need to take precautions about this medication.
- Heart or blood vessel disease
- Very real
- Too long
- Irregular heartbeat, including rapid heartbeat
How Should You Give This Medicine To Your Child?
Give the medicine to the child exactly as directed by the doctor or pharmacist.
Consult a doctor before changing your baby’s diet.
Let your child inhale salbutamol by mouth.
If you do not know the correct way to give salbutamol, consult your pharmacist or nurse at your asthma clinic.
If your child has severe asthma, give him salbutamol frequently or 15 or 20 minutes before playing.
If your child is using salbutamol with any type of resistant drug, use salbutamol first. The use of salbutamol will open the respiratory tract and the anti-inflammatory drug will be effective.
Allow 5 minutes interval between salbutamol and resistant medication. Within 5 minutes, your airway will open up and absorb the medication.
Your doctor or asthma nurse will give your child support for using asthma so that your child can make better use of asthma. This way the medicine will get better into your baby’s lungs.
What Should You Do If Your Baby Misses A Meal?
Give your child small meals as soon as they remember.
If it is time for the next dose, skip the missed dose and give the next dose on time.
Do not give your child two doses together to make up for your child’s missed dose.
How long will this medicine take to work?
Within 5 to 10 minutes of using salbutamol, your baby will start breathing calmly.
What Are The Possible Side Effects Of This Medicine?
Your child may experience some side effects while using this medication. If your child experiences any of these side effects and they do not go away and cause trouble for your child, have your child examined by your doctor.
- Light, fast or irregular heartbeat
- Dry cough
- Difficulty sleeping
Sore Throat Or Difficulty Swallowing
The given side effects are not uncommon but may be a sign of a serious illness. If your child has any of these side effects, call your child’s doctor right away or take him or her to the emergency room.
If your child develops any life-threatening symptoms, including chest tightness, fever, itching, dry cough, blue skin, swelling of the face, swelling of the tongue, lips, and throat, or if you The child may pretend to have other types of unnecessary behavior.