food interaction for ALUPENT
alcohol interaction for ALUPENT
pregnancy interaction for ALUPENT
lactation interaction for ALUPENT
Animal studies have shown adverse effects on the foetus, however, there are limited human studies. The benefits from use in pregnant women may be acceptable despite the risk. Please consult your doctor.
SALT INFORMATION for ALUPENT
How it works
Common side effects
Common Dosage for ALUPENT 10 MG TABLET
Patients taking ALUPENT 10 MG TABLET
- 50%Twice A Day
- 43%Thrice A Day
- 7%Four Times A Day
SUBSTITUTES for ALUPENT
- ORCIBEST 10 MG TABLET(10 tablets in strip)Zydus CadilaRs. 6.80/tabletRs. 68pay 30% more per tablet
- Dr. M. K. SinghMBBS, MD
- Dr. Prabhat Kumar JhaMBBS, MD
- Dr. Ashutosh ShuklaMBBS, MD, Diploma, Fellowship
- Dr. Sushila KatariaMBBS, MD, Diploma
- Dr. Joy ChakrabortyMBBS, MD
Expert advice for ALUPENT
- Do not start or continue orciprenaline if you are allergic to orciprenaline or to sympathomimetic drugs (e.g., epinephrine, pseudoephedrine) or anything in formulation.
- Do not start orciprenaline if you have heart disease related to heart rhythm (arrhythmia with tachycardia).
- Do not take orciprenaline if you have heart disease (abnormal heartbeat, ischemic heart disease, high blood pressure), fits, overactive thyroid (hyperthyroidism), diabetes.
- Do not drive or operate machinery while on treatment with orciprenaline as it may make you feel dizzy. Limit alcoholic beverages.
Frequently asked questions for ALUPENT
Q.What is orciprenaline sulphate?
Orciprenaline also known as metaproterenol belongs to a group of medicines called ‘bronchodilator”. Orciprenaline sulphate is a sulphate salt of orciprenaline
Q.What is orciprenaline syrup?
Orciprenaline syrup contains orciprenaline
Q.What is orciprenaline used for?
Orciprenaline is used to treat symptoms of reversible airways obstruction, which is a symptom of asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) (lung disorder in which the flow of air to the lungs is blocked [eg, emphysema]). It is also used to treat bradycardia (slow heart rate) and bronchospasm (constriction of the air passages).