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Salbutamol Sulphate

Airomir is an inhaler used to treat asthma, and is marketed in the UK by Teva. It is a type of medicine called a reliever.

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Airomir is an inhaler used to treat asthma, and is marketed in the UK by Teva. It is a type of medicine called a reliever.

Ordering your repeat prescription through our service is simple. Take our clinical consultation to buy Airomir online. Once approved, our UK pharmacy will dispense your inhaler and ship it to you by next-day courier.

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23 August 2021
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Dr Daniel Atkinson

(GP Clinical Lead - GMC No. 4624794) 23 August 2021
Product information


Airomir is a simple-to-use device for the treatment of asthma. It is a ‘reliever’, which means that it is used to alleviate symptoms when they flare. The functioning agent, which is a substance called salbutamol, is dispensed via an inhaler. The company which markets Airomir for purchase in the UK is Teva.

  1. Easy-to-use device
  2. Relieves symptoms
  3. Available online from our pharmacy

Asthma is a very common condition in the UK. It is estimated that over 5 million people nationwide have the condition. It is characterised by the tightening of the airways in the chest, leading to coughing, shortness of breath, and wheezing. The severity of the condition tends to vary. Some people are more likely to experience symptoms early in the morning and late at night. Others may notice symptoms which occur in response to airborne irritants, such as smoke, allergens or chemical vapours. In many cases, an asthma attack can be triggered by cold air, physical exercise, or even emotional stress.

In the body, the condition is caused by the inflammation of small tubes which connect the lungs to the trachea (or windpipe), called bronchi, causing surrounding muscle tissue to swell up. This leads to the narrowing of these vital airway passages, as well as the production of excess phlegm, which can cause even further obstruction.

Even though it is not completely known what makes people more susceptible to having asthma, those who do have it often tend to have a family history of the illness. The immune system is also thought to play a part; a heightened sensitivity to irritants can result in a more severe autoimmune response, leading to inflammation, and symptoms.

Treatment for the condition is available in two forms. Inhalers that contain corticosteroids are known as ‘preventers’ and are taken on a regular basis. They help to reduce inflammation, and are taken to limit the likelihood of an attack. Inhalers such as Airomir are called ‘relievers’. These are used on-demand to soothe an asthma attack while it is happening.

Salbutamol is the main agent in Airomir.  Salbutamol has a local action in the lungs after it is inhaled.  It causes the airways to relax and dilate, allowing more air into the lungs and facilitating easier breathing.

If you are experiencing asthma symptoms but are not currently using treatment, you should see your GP or respiratory nurse. They will be able to initiate a treatment where necessary, and monitor your condition.

Renewing your existing prescription for asthma reliever treatment is simple with our secure pharmacy platform. Our consultation facility enables you to consult with a doctor or registered UK prescriber and buy Airomir online. Approved prescriptions are fulfilled at our UK pharmacy, before being shipped by special courier.

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It is vital when using Airomir to follow the guidelines supplied in the patient information leaflet, and to apply it as your prescriber has designated. This will help to maximise the efficacy of the product, while also reducing the risk of side effects.

  1. Administer in the manner described by your doctor.
  2. In adults, this will usually be one or two puffs to ease wheezing and shortness of breath brought on by asthma.
  3. You might also take one or two puffs before exercise.
  4. Do not exceed eight puffs in any 24 hour period.
  5. After using two puffs, wait for at least four hours before applying another dose.
  6. If this level of treatment is insufficient in relieving symptoms, you should seek immediate medical attention.
  7. Consult the leaflet supplied for detailed instructions on how to use the device to administer the dose. Get your doctor or pharmacist to show you if you need further help.

More detailed directions can be found in the patient information leaflet. Read this fully before use.

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Please read the patient information leaflet for this medicine fully before use:

Airomir 100mcg

Side effects & Warnings

Side effects

Not everyone who uses this product will experience side effects, nevertheless, it is important to be aware of the nature of these so that you can seek medical attention if you need to. If, after using your inhaler, your asthma worsens, or you notice any signs of an allergic reaction, contact your doctor.

Frequency unknown:

Itching, feeling or being sick, wheezing or tightness in your chest, dry mouth, irritation of the throat, taste aversion, dizziness, headache, tenseness, mild tremors, muscle cramping, or palpitations.

The information provided here is only a summary. Refer to the patient information leaflet for a more comprehensive index of associated side effects.


Taking it with other medicines

Inform your prescriber of any other prescription, non-prescription or remedial treatments you are currently using. Airomir may interact with or be rendered less effective by the following: xanthines such as aminophylline or theophylline; water tablets; long-term laxatives; metronidazole; disulfiram; steroids; beta-blockers, for instance propranolol; treatments for heart disease, like digoxin; monoamine oxidase-inhibitors such as phenelzine; or tricyclic antidepressants, including amitriptyline or trazodone.

Conditions to look out for

Certain conditions, or a history of them in the past, may mean that Salbutamol is not suitable for you to use. These include: thyroid problems; diabetes; serious heart disease; irregular heart rhythms; high blood pressure; severe asthma; hypoxia; or angina. You will be required to divulge all necessary information when you speak to your doctor.

Pregnancy and breastfeeding

Tell your prescriber if you are pregnant, trying to become pregnant or breastfeeding during consultation. This treatment should only be used on the recommendation of a doctor.

Driving and machinery

This medicine may cause dizziness. Do not drive or use machines if you are affected by this.

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Please read the patient information leaflet for this medicine fully before use:

Airomir 100mcg


Can I still drink alcohol?

Yes. The consumption of alcohol should not interfere with the function of this inhaler.

Will I still be able to drive?

Yes, if you experience no side effects which may make it unsafe for you to do so. If you do notice anything which may make driving unsafe, then you should not drive and let your doctor know as soon as possible.

Can I use this medicine while pregnant?

If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, you should only use Airomir if your doctor thinks you need it.

How do I store it?

Keep this inhaler below 30°C, away from direct sunlight or high temperatures, and in a safe place where the canister will not be punctured or damaged.

Am I allergic to anything in the medicine?

Contained in this product are the following ingredients: salbutamol, oleic acid, ethanol, and propellant HFA-134a. If you are allergic to any of these components, do not use it.

Is it available over-the-counter?

No. You can only buy Airomir in the UK if you have a prescription from a registered healthcare professional. 

Is it right for me?

Your doctor or respiratory nurse will be able to help you decide on the best form of treatment, and initiate a prescription where required.

If you are looking to get repeat asthma medication delivered to your home, you can renew your prescription for Airomir with our online service. Take our medical questionnaire. It only takes a few minutes. Your responses will be assessed by one of our qualified clinicians, who will draw up a prescription for your treatment if it is safe. Approved orders are dispensed by our UK-based pharmacy, and shipped by 24-hour parcel, so that you can expect to receive your treatment the following working day.

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