Incruse Ellipta (Umeclidinium Bromide) from Maple Leaf Medications.
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What is Incruse Ellipta?
Incruse Ellipta, with the generic name umeclidinium, is an oral inhalation indicated as a maintenance treatment for airflow obstruction among patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), including chronic bronchitis and emphysema. It also controls and prevents symptoms such as wheezing and shortness of breath.
This inhalation powder is a long-acting antimuscarinic agent. It works by inhibiting the m3 receptor at the smooth muscle, which results in bronchodilation. Relaxation of smooth muscles in the airway will open it up and allow better breathing. This medication is available in Incruse Ellipta 62.5 mcg.
Incruse Ellipta – How to use
To start, read the medication information leaflet that comes with this inhaler. Do not use this inhalation if you have not fully understood all information and instructions in the guide. If you need further medical advice or have additional queries, ask your doctor or pharmacist.
Use Incruse Ellipta regularly and with a dosing schedule to achieve full benefits. Follow the exact directions given by your physician. Do not alter your Incruse Ellipta dosing, or take it more often than prescribed to avoid worsening conditions.
If you are prescribed other inhalers at the same time, wait for at least one minute before you administer other oral inhalations. This would allow proper drug absorption.
Step by step guide in using Incruse Ellipta:
- Open the inhaler pack by peeling the lid of the tray. Properly dispose of the desiccant that comes with this medication.
- Check the counter. It should read “30”. Each time you use the inhalation, the number will decrease by 1.
- Open the inhalation by sliding the cover down until you see the mouthpiece. You will hear a click – it means that the inhalation is ready to use. Do not shake the device.
- Hold your inhaler away and exhale fully.
- Put the inhaler in your mouth and seal your lips around the mouthpiece. Make sure that the air vent is not being blocked by your fingers.
- Take a long, steady, and deep inhalation through your mouth. Then, remove the inhaler from your mouth. Hold your breath for not less than 4 seconds.
- Exhale slowly and gently. You may taste or feel the powder from the medication.
- Clean the inhaler with dry tissue. Close the device by sliding the cover upwards.
Common side effects of Incruse Ellipta:
- Throat irritation
- Stuffy and runny nose
- Abdominal discomfort
- Dark areas of the skin
Most of the adverse effects are mild and will disappear in a few days, even without intervention. However, if these adverse reactions persist, ask for medical assistance or contact your physician. You will also have to report severe side effects such as:
- Chest pain
- Irregular heartbeat
- Painful or difficult urination
- Eye pain
- Vision changes or blurred vision
- Signs of infection (fever, persistent sore throat, chills)
This is not a full or complete list of Incruse Ellipta’s side effects.
Before starting to administer this medication, disclose your medical history to your doctor, particularly any history of difficult urination or acute narrow-angle glaucoma. These conditions may affect how your body will respond to treatment. In addition, talk about all the medications and supplements you are taking as they may have drug interactions with umeclidinium.
It is crucial to watch out for Incruse Ellipta allergy while using this inhaler. Do not use this medication if you have a known allergy to umeclidinium, milk proteins, or other inactive ingredients that it may contain. Discontinue the use if you observe signs of hypersensitivity response such as itching, swelling of the face, severe dizziness, skin rashes, and breathing difficulty. Seek emergency help right away.
If pregnant or breastfeeding, use this oral inhalation only if extremely necessary. Remember that potential benefits should be greater than potential risks.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is this medication a steroid?
This medication is an anticholinergic, not a steroid.
Can I use this medication as a rescue inhaler?
This inhaler is not meant to relieve sudden breathing problems. You should have a separate quick-relief inhaler.
When should I refill my Incruse Ellipta inhaler?
If you have less than ten inhalations left, the left portion of the counter will be red, which serves as a reminder for a refill.
Should I gargle after using this medication?
Rinse your mouth with tap water every after inhalation and spit it out.
How much does Incruse Ellipta cost?
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Maple Leaf Medications has provided information from third parties intended to increase awareness and does not contain all the information about Incruse Ellipta (Umeclidinium Bromide). Talk to your doctor or a qualified medical practitioner for medical attention, advice, or if you have any concerns about Incruse Ellipta (Umeclidinium Bromide).