Ventolin is an effective and clinically proven reliever inhaler that can be used to quickly alleviate the symptoms of an asthma attack. It is available in two forms, Evohaler or Accuhaler, two of the most common reliever inhalers used for asthma treatment. Using the active ingredient microfine salbutamol, it works by relaxing the muscles in the lungs and opening the airways, resulting in more air flowing easily into the lungs.
"Asthmatic symptoms if left untreated could potentially prove harmful. For sufferers of the condition, it is essential to have the right inhaler treatment to hand."
You can order Ventolin inhalers from OnlineClinic as an Accuhaler, in a 100mcg dose, or as an Evohaler, in a 200mcg dose. These are the recommended dosages for each of these inhalers according to our UK registered doctors. We also provide a useful repeat ordering process, where a reminder service will prompt you to order additional inhalers when required.
Ventolin (salbutamol) is a highly effective and clinically proven reliever inhaler, used to alleviate the symptoms of an asthma attack. It can be purchased quickly and securely online after filling out a simple online consultation form. Once it has been reviewed by our team of UK registered doctors, you can safely order your treatment. Your inhaler(s) will then be swiftly delivered via our next day delivery service.
|Short facts about Ventolin|
|How to use||
Alleviate symptoms by inhaling two puffs during an attack or before an attack. If you're also using a preventative treatment, you should talk with a doctor before using a Ventolin inhaler.
|How it works||
Ventolin helps to relax the airway muscles, allowing through a greater flow of air. It also helps to reduce the inflammation of certain cells, brought on by asthma attacks.
Provides almost instantaneous relief from the distressing symptoms of asthma attacks. Ventolin can be used alongside preventative treatments to control asthma.
Ventolin inhalers are available as a 100mcg Accuhaler and as a 200mcg Evohaler.
Side effects aren't very common, but may include muscle pain, throat irritation and a cough.