Combivent Respimat (Ipratropium/Albuterol)
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Are you diagnosed with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, COPD? Did your doctor prescribe you an inhaler called Combivent Respimat? Are you worried about its hefty cost? Don’t panic. PricePro Pharmacy has got your back.
The inhaler Combivent Respimat is the brand name of a handheld, pocket-sized oral inhalation device containing a combination of two active drugs Ipratropium and Albuterol. Both of them, in this formulation, work together to relax the muscles of the bronchus and allow oxygen to pass more easily into the lungs. Combivent Respimat is most commonly indicated for patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) on a regular aerosol bronchodilator who continue to have evidence of bronchospasm (airway narrowing) and thus require a second bronchodilator.
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Combivent Respimat Product Overview
The brand name product Combivent Respimat (20mcg/100mcg) is manufactured by Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals in Canada. It comes in bottles of 120, 240, or 360 doses (puffs). To find more details on the cost of Combivent Respimat and compare prices, click on the "CHECK PRICES" box above.
To get this inhaler at your local US pharmacy, you are charged at least $500 for one inhaler. At PricePro pharmacy, we offer the same at the lowest price, only $50. That is a massive 90% cost-savings. A generic alternative might have further lowered the cost, but unfortunately, it is not currently available in the market.
You do not have to use any Combivent Respimat coupon, vouchers, or insurance coverage to get this bargain price. This is the said price, no charges hidden anywhere. We know you like to take care of your hard-earned money, and we aim help you achieve just that.
Make sure to submit a valid prescription from a licensed physician, upon verification of which will the medication be dispensed. You can email (at [email protected]), upload (in "Rx upload") to your user account, or send us a fax with a copy of your Rx. You may also ask your doctor to forward the valid prescription on your behalf.
The following dosage is available to order:
- Combivent Respimat 20mcg/100mcg in 120 doses, 240 doses, and 360 doses
The manufacturer of this medication is Boehringer Ingelheim and this inhaler is sourced from our Canadian pharmacy.
You can click on the dosage box above to view Combivent cost and start the ordering process.
Combivent Respimat Price Comparison
The average cost of Combivent Respimat in the United States is:
- $509.00 for 1 inhaler
At PricePro Pharmacy, you can get the cost-savings you deserve as:
- $50.00 for 1 inhaler
Meaning you get a 90% discount. And more importantly, you get this price without any insurance or Combivent coupon. Save on your prescription cost with our service.
The estimated delivery time of your order will be:
- 7 to 10 business days to reach your home
For all orders, the regular shipping price is $9.95. You will receive an email update containing the tracking information of your shipment once the medication has been dispensed from our licensed pharmacy.
There is an option for this product to be shipped by Express Shipping which will take 3-5 business days at a cost of $25 per order.
Combivent Prescription Refill
We will help remind you of your refills in order to ensure you won't miss a dose. With our prescription refill service, you do not miss another dose of your drug, through which you get a notification through calls or emails whenever you're going to run out.
In your online user account, you can access your past prescription history. You would be able to easily re-order your prescription if the Rx is still active. Nevertheless, with an expired prescription, a new prescription will need to be submitted to confirm the order instead.
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Combivent Respimat (Ipratropium/Albuterol) Medication Information
Combivent Respimat is a prescription inhaler with a combination of two different drugs. It contains albuterol and ipratropium bromide. Your doctor may prescribe this inhaler to treat asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
Asthma and COPD are called obstructive airway diseases. People with the conditions have a harder time breathing and may have other symptoms like coughing, wheezing, or chest pain.
Albuterol and ipratropium relax the smooth muscles of the lungs, making it easier to breathe. They work via two different mechanisms, so their combination is more effective than being used by themselves.
Each Combivent Respimat inhalation contains:
- Albuterol 100 mcg
- Ipratropium 20 mcg
Each inhaler contains 120 inhalations.
Inhale Combivent Respimat four times per day as needed. Each inhaler should last no longer than 30 days.
Common side effects of Combivent Respimat include:
- Upper respiratory infection
Tell your doctor if you have a history of heart problems, urinary obstruction, a seizure disorder, low thyroid, narrow-angle glaucoma, or diabetes mellitus.
Stop taking Combivent Respimat immediately if it worsens symptoms of asthma during use.
Avoid spraying into the eyes.
Drug interactions are uncommon with inhaled medications but can happen in certain circumstances. Tell your doctor or pharmacist if you are taking any of the following:
- Beta-adrenergic agents
- Monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs)
- Potassium chloride
- Potassium citrate
Discard the inhaler three months after removing it from the package. Store close to 25° C (77° F), no less or greater than 15° to 30° C (59° to 86° F).
Discard the inhaler after 120 uses when the counter reaches zero.
Do not freeze.
- If you haven’t used the inhaler in a few days or are using it for the first time, “prime” it by spraying one puff towards the ground.
- Clean the mouthpiece, including inside, once weekly with a damp cloth.
- Do not remove the clear base after inserting the inhaler cartridge.
Combivent Respimat FAQs
How do I know when my inhaler is out of inhalations?
There is a counter on the side that shows how many inhalations are left out of 120. When the pointer reaches the red area of the scale, there are seven days of medication left.
How do I activate the inhaler?
Hold the inhaler upright with the orange cap closed. With your other hand, twist the clear bottom of the inhaler in a clockwise direction (in the direction of the arrows) for half a turn. Open the orange cap, empty your lungs, and close your lips around the device.
How do I take a breath once the inhaler is ready?
Point the inhaler to the back of your throat. Start a slow breath, press the button, and continue to breathe in slowly for as long as you can. Hold your breathe for 10 seconds or as long as you can.
- Combivent Respimat [package insert]. Ridgefield, CT: Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc; 2012.
Author: Dr. Conor Sheehy, PharmD, BCPS
Dr. Sheehy is a board-certified pharmacotherapy specialist. He has worked in multiple practice settings, including retail and hospital pharmacies, and in medical clinics. He specializes in anticoagulation, psychiatric medications, and diabetes medications. He strives to empower his patients to understand their medications and improve their overall medical care.
The above information is an educational aid only. It is not intended as medical advice for individual conditions or treatments. Talk to your doctor, nurse or pharmacist before following any medical regimen to see if it is safe and effective for you.