Breo Ellipta (Fluticasone Furoate/Vilanterol Trifenatate) from Maple Leaf Medications.
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What is Breo Ellipta?
Breo Ellipta, with the generic name fluticasone furoate and vilanterol), is an oral inhalation used as maintenance treatment for patients with asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) with bronchitis and emphysema. It can also prevent and decrease symptoms such as wheezing and trouble breathing.
This inhalation powder is a combination of inhaled corticosteroids and long-acting beta2-adrenergic agonists (LABA). This medication works by decreasing inflammation, relaxing the bronchial smooth muscle, and inhibiting the release of mediators of immediate hypersensitivity from cells. It is available in Breo Ellipta 200 25 and Breo Ellipta 100/25.
How to use Breo Ellipta
To start, read the medication information leaflet that comes with this inhalation. Never use Breo Ellipta if you have not fully understood the drug information in the guide. If some of the instructions are unclear or you have further questions, ask your physician or pharmacist.
Use Breo Ellipta regularly to achieve full benefits. Administer it exactly as prescribed. Make a dosing schedule to avoid missing a dose. Do not alter your Breo Ellipta dosage or use it more frequently than prescribed to prevent worsening conditions.
If you are prescribed with other inhalations, there should be at least a one-minute interval to allow drug absorption. Use Breo Ellipta last. In case this medication stops working effectively, or your condition worsens, use your prescribed quick-relief inhaler instead.
Step by step guide in using Breo Ellipta
- Open the cover by sliding it down until you see the mouthpiece. You will hear a click. Then, check the counter if it counts down by 1 number. This means that your inhaler is ready to use. Do not shake the inhaler.
- Hold the inhaler away and exhale fully and deeply.
- Put your mouth around the mouthpiece and seal your lips firmly around it. Breathe in slowly, deeply, and fully through your mouth. Your fingers should not block the air vent.
- After inhalation, remove the mouthpiece and hold your breath for not less than 4 seconds or as long as comfortable for you.
- Breathe out slowly. It is normal for you to taste or feel the inhalation powder in your mouth.
- Clean the mouthpiece using a dry tissue and slide the cover-up to close.
- Rinse your mouth with clean water and then, spit it out.
Common side effects of Breo Ellipta:
- Throat irritation
- Runny or stuffy nose
- Thrush in the mouth or throat
- Joint pain
- Back pain
- Mouth pain
Most side effects brought about by Breo Ellipta are mild. They usually disappear with the need for interventions. Contact your doctor or any healthcare professional if the adverse reactions worsen or if you experience severe side effects such as:
- Unusual weight gain
- Puffy face
- Slow wound healing
- Bone pain
- Easy bruising
- Signs of infection (fever, sore throat, chills)
- Chest pain
- Irregular heartbeat
Note that this is not a full or complete list of Breo Ellipta’s side effects.
Before using this oral inhalation, disclose your entire medical history to your physician, particularly any history of heart problems, recent infection, seizures, liver problems, hyperthyroidism, diabetes, high blood pressure, bone loss, eye problems, and mental or mood changes. Some diseases and disorders may greatly affect how you respond to treatment. Tell your doctor about all medications – prescription or non-prescription, and supplements you are taking, as this may also have drug interactions with this drug.
It is vital to watch out for Breo Ellipta allergy when using this inhaler. Do not use this oral inhalation if you have a known allergic reaction to fluticasone, vilanterol, and other inactive ingredients this medication may contain. Signs of hypersensitivity response to look out for are swelling of the face and neck, severe dizziness, hives, skin rashes, and trouble breathing. Discontinue medication and seek emergency help if this occurs.
You may also have to watch out for QT prolongation while on this treatment. Call your doctor or any healthcare professional if you experience a fast or irregular heartbeat, severe dizziness, and fainting. To avoid this condition, stay hydrated and do not take diuretics. Also, note that low potassium and magnesium levels can further increase the risk of QT prolongation.
You are more prone to infection or experiencing worse symptoms of infection while using this oral inhalation. Avoid people who have an infection and practice good personal hygiene at all times to avoid this condition.
For pregnant and breastfeeding women, take this medication only when extremely necessary. Remember that potential benefits should outweigh potential risks.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is this medication safe for children?
Those below 18 years should not use this medication.
Can I use this medication as my rescue inhaler?
This inhaler is not indicated to manage sudden breathing problems.
Is it okay to use another long-acting beta2-adrenergic agonist (LABA) while on Breo Ellipta?
No, you should not use other LABA medications while on Breo Ellipta.
What is the best time to use this medication?
You can use this oral inhalation any time of the day. Note that it is best to use it at the same time of the day, each day.
How much does Breo Ellipta cost?
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Fluticasone Furoate/Vilanterol Trifenatate
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