Aerocort Rotacaps 100 +100 Mcg
USA Brand Name
Beclomethasone Dipropionate + Levosalbutamol
What is Aerocort Rotacaps?
Aerocort Rotacap is an asthma treatment drug (wheezing and shortness of breath).
It eases breathing by relaxing the muscles in the airways. Aerocort is made up of 100mg of Levosalbutamol and 100mg of Beclometasone.
Cipla Ltd manufactures Aerocort Rotacaps.
Aerocort Rotacaps Inhaler is also available in various strengths.
Aerocort Rotacaps Uses
Aerocort Rotacaps are typically prescribed to treat Asthma and Cystic Fibrosis.
Aerocort Rotacpas contains the active ingredients Beclometasone Dipropionate and Levosalbutamol. It can help free up the constricted airways when breathing becomes difficult.
Beclometasone Dipropionate relaxes the muscles and airways, making it easier to breathe. It alleviates coughing, difficulty breathing, and chest tightness or pain.
Levosalbutamol reduces airway Edema induced by Asthma triggers such as dust and pollen.
Dust mites, pet dander, and airborne allergens such as pollen can aggravate Asthma.
How to use Aerocort Inhaler?
Aerocort Rotacaps are solely intended for use with the Cipla Rotahaler/Revolizer.
Make sure you thoroughly follow all of the instructions before using an Aerocort. The following is how to use an Aerocort inhaler:
- Before each use, shake the inhaler 10 to 15 times
- Place the mouthpiece in your mouth and turn it down
- Press the inhaler once as you slowly try to take medicine through your mouth
- Keep breathing in as much as you can
- Repeat the process as many times as the doctor tells you to. Take out the inhaler and try to hold your breath until the countdown of 10
- Put the inhaler's cap back on and make sure it's closed tightly
Aerocort Rotacaps are designed to treat chronic conditions rather than acute assaults.
As a result, some people will require a second inhaler to alleviate acute Bronchospasm.
Aerocort Rotacaps should be taken no more than three or four times daily.
How does Aerocort Rotacaps work?
Beclometasone Dipropionate is well-known as a preventative. It is used to prevent and treat Asthma symptoms.
Beclometasone is prescribed to persons with severe Asthma whose symptoms are uncontrollable with other medications.
It soothes the immune system and reduces lung Edema while alleviating breathing difficulties.
Beclometasone is used to treat persistent coughing and wheezing bouts.
Levosalbutamol is also used to treat Asthma, a lung illness caused by Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD).
Levosalbutamol acts by relaxing the airway muscles and opening up the airways. It makes breathing easier.
It can also aid patients with breathing issues, such as puffed breathing.
Aerocort works by relaxing the muscles in the airways, allowing more air to enter the lungs.
Aerocort Rotacaps include two active substances that work together to make breathing easier for people with respiratory difficulties.
Strengths of Aerocort Rotacaps
Aerocort Rotacaps are available is different strengths of Levosalbutamol and Beclometasone.
A doctor will assess your medical needs before prescribing you an effective strength.
Aerocort Rotacaps side effects
The following are some of the adverse effects of using Aerocort Rotacaps:
- Sore throat
- Running nose and throat
- Oral fungal infection
- Sinus or throat infection
- Severe Hypokalemia
- Tremors, especially in hands
- Bone degradation
- Electrolyte imbalance
- Skin scarring
- Behavioral changes
Reach out to your doctor if the side effects are causing you problems.
You should always notify your doctor if you have any health issues, such as heart disease, diabetes, or high blood pressure.
You must inform your primary care physician about any vitamins, herbal supplements, or other medications you are taking.
Some substances included in other medications may interact negatively with Aerocort Rotacaps. It may cause harmful effects or reduce the effectiveness of the prescription.
The following medications may interact with Aerocort ingredients:
Take Aerocort Rotacaps with caution if you have any of the following conditions:
- Cardiovascular diseases
Malegra's primary component has been seen to interact with:
- Alcohol as it may cause drowsiness
- Avoid smoking
Using Aerocort Rotacaps while pregnant is not recommended. It could be harmful to the fetus in the womb.
Aerocort inhaler use while breastfeeding is most likely safe.
Depending on the severity of Asthma, a breastfeeding mother can use an inhaler to control the symptoms.
Always seek the advice of your primary care physician first.
Adults and children aged four and up should use it under the supervision of an adult.
Aerocort Rotacaps should always be stored in a cool, dry area away from direct sunlight.
Keep Aerocort Rotacaps out of children's reach.
General Frequently Asked Questions
What is Aerocort Rotacaps used for?
Aerocort Rotacap is a medication used to treat Asthma (wheezing and shortness of breath). It relaxes the muscles in the airways, making breathing easier.
How many times can I use Aerocort?
You can effectively use Aerocort 3 to 4 times daily or per your doctor's instructions. Use it at the same time every day to make it easier to remember.
If you notice an improvement, do not discontinue use.
If you stop taking this medication too soon, your symptoms may return or worsen. The Aerocort Inhaler should not be used to treat acute Asthma attacks.