Budecort Rotacaps 400 Mcg
USA Brand Name
Budecort Rotacaps (400 Mcg) (Budesonide)
What Is The Generic Name For Budecort Rotacaps (400 Mcg)?
Budesonide is the generic version for Budecort Rotacaps
Which USA Brand is Equivalent To Budecort Rotacaps 400 Mcg (Budesonide)?
About The Budecort Rotacaps (400 Mcg) (Budesonide):
Budecort Rotacaps 400 mcg contains an active ingredient, Budesonide (400 mcg), used in the treatment of Asthma, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, and Allergic Conditions. You can buy it from all the leading pharmacy stores, drugstores and medical supply stores and can be given by doctor’s prescription only.
Cipla (India) is one of the leading pharmaceutical companies which manufacture Budesonide
Budecort Rotacaps contains an active ingredient, Budesonide (400 Mcg) which is available in the various strengths and substitutes at all the leading pharmacy, drugstores, and medical supply stores.
What Are The Uses Of The Budecort Rotacaps 400 Mcg (Budesonide)?
Budecort Rotacaps is used in the treatment of:
- Crohn's Disease
- Ulcerative Colitis
- Inflammatory Bowel Diseases
How Budecort Rotacaps 400 Mcg (Budesonide) Works?
Budecort Rotacaps 400 Mcg is consisting of Budesonide which basically works by stopping the release of certain natural substances in the body that are responsible for inflammation.
Before You Use Budecort Rotacaps 400 Mcg (Budesonide):
Make sure that:
- You are not allergic to Budesonide
- You are not taking the medicines without prescriptions or without in knowledge of your doctor
- Your doctor knows about your Surgeries, Diseases, Pre-existing disease and Medications, Food Habits, Supplements, etc.)
What Should You Avoid While Taking Budecort Rotacaps 400 Mcg (Budesonide)?
- You should avoid Alcohol and other drugs
- You should strictly avoid taking Medicines without prescriptions as these may react with Budecort Rotacaps.
When Not To Use Budecort Rotacaps 400 Mcg (Budesonide):
You should avoid Budesonide if you:
- Have ever noticed any Allergy/Hypersensitivity to it
- Are Pregnant/Conceiving/Breastfeeding
- Have any breathing Problem
- Are taking medicines which can react with it
- Always discuss your medications with your doctor especially when you are going to take some new medicines
Tell Your Doctor If You:
- Are Allergic to the spray or any of its contents
- Have any Breathing Problem or feeling any Tightness in Chest even after taking the medicine
- Are Pregnant/Breastfeeding
- Are having any Medical history, Surgeries or on other medications
Budecort Rotacaps contain the active ingredient, Budesonide (400 mcg), used in the treatment of Asthma and Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. These Rotacaps are available in various strengths and substitutes and should be given on prescription only. You should always consult your doctor for the frequency of dose as age and severity of the disease differ from person to person.
Adults and Children are advised to take Budecort Rotacaps 400 Mcg at a fixed time, preferably suggested by the doctor. Budecort inhalers are safe for pregnant and breastfeeding women but Rotacaps should be used very cautiously. Do not stop using it at once if you start feeling better.
How Much Of The Budecort Rotacaps 400 Mcg (Budesonide) to Be Used?
You should inhale the content of one capsule at one time. Moreover, Patients are always advised to follow their doctor’s prescriptions and instructions for the dosage.
How To Take The Budecort Rotacaps 400 Mcg (Budesonide)?
Budecort Rotacaps must not be swallowed. Place the Budecort capsule at the base of Rotahaler (a device to take Rotacaps). Keep the Rotahaler straight while loading the dose. Twist the mouthpiece completely until you hear a click sound and breathe in deeply through the mouthpiece. Hold your breath for 10 seconds.
- In case some powder remains in the Rotahaler, you should repeat the process
- It is recommended to take it with food to avoid stomach irritation
For How Long Should You Continue Using Budecort Rotacaps 400 Mcg (Budesonide)?
You are always advised to use Budecort Rotacaps for as long as your doctor has prescribed. Do not stop taking it yourself; let your doctor adjust the dose to stop it gradually.
A missed dose of Rotacaps should be taken as soon as you remember. Skip the dose if it is the time for the next dose. Do not double the dose for next time if you missed once. Set the Alarm or make somebody else in the home to remind you to take the medicine on time.
Contact your doctor immediately if you are suspecting an Overdose of the medication
What Are The Side Effects Of The Budecort Rotacaps 400 Mcg (Budesonide)?
- Abdominal Pain
- Lower Back Pain
- Shaking Hands or Feet
- Acid or Sour Stomach
- Change in Vision
- Pain and Swelling of Joint
What Are The Common Drug Interactions?
Few medicines may interact with Budecort Rotacaps which can produce some adverse effects or cause your drug not to work properly. You should always tell your doctor if you are on Vitamins, other Drugs or Herbal Supplements. It may react with few drugs below:
- Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drug
Warning And Precaution:
Budecort Rotacaps 400 Mcg should be used very cautiously in:
- Impaired Liver Function
- Decreased Bone Density
- It is not recommended for pregnant/Breastfeeding women without consultation with the doctor
Always consult your doctor to get the best possible treatment and dosage adjustment in medical conditions.
Things To Remember:
- It is not recommended for pregnant/Breastfeeding women without consultation
- Keep out of reach of children
- Regularly wipe the mouthpiece of Rotahaler with a fiber-free tissue/cloth
- Always wash your mouth after taking it to prevent mouth infection
- Always put the cap on Rotahaler after using it
- Always consult your doctor if you have any doubt regarding the dose, time, and strength of the Tablet
- Do not use Budecort Rotacaps until recommended by your physician
- It is very important to check the label for the usage directions
- Read the information on insert carefully
Store the Budecort Rotacaps at the cool temperature in dark and dry place. Do not refrigerate.