Airomir (Salbutamol Sulfate) Medication

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Airomir is an aerosol inhaler prescribed to prevent and alleviate respiratory issues, including but not limited to breathing difficulty, wheezing, coughing, and chest constriction stemming from conditions like asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).  

Furthermore, Airomir serves as a preventive measure against exercise-induced breathing difficulties. 

As a bronchodilator, Airomir works by inducing relaxation and widening of the air passages to facilitate easier breathing. 

Uses and Dosage 

Before using Airomir and with every prescription refill, thoroughly review the accompanying medication guide and patient information leaflet. Consult your healthcare provider or pharmacist for any queries or concerns. 

The number of inhalations prescribed for Airomir may vary per individual based on their medical conditions and response to the treatment. 

Typically, Airomir is administered as needed every 4 to 6 hours for the prevention of bronchospasm symptoms, not exceeding 8 inhalations daily. 

For exercise-induced bronchospasm symptoms, Airomir should be inhaled 15 to 30 minutes before engaging in physical activity. 

Before the initial use of Airomir, priming is recommended. If the inhaler remains unused for two weeks, it should be re-primed before subsequent use. 

To prime the inhaler, ensure thorough shaking, then depress the canister four times to release four sprays into the air, directing them away from your face. Caution should be exercised to prevent the medication from coming into contact with your eyes. 

To properly use Airomir, adhere to these steps: 

  1. Remove the protective dust cap from the mouthpiece. If the cap was not on, inspect the mouthpiece for debris. Ensure the canister is fully and securely inserted into the mouthpiece. 
  2. Give the inhaler a thorough shake. 
  3. Exhale completely through your mouth. 
  4. Insert the mouthpiece between your teeth and close your lips around it, keeping the inhaler upright. 
  5. Inhale slowly and deeply through the mouthpiece while simultaneously pressing the canister once to release the medication into your mouth. 
  6. Hold your breath for approximately 10 seconds or as long as possible. 
  7. Remove the inhaler from your mouth and release pressure on the canister before exhaling. 
  8. If instructed to take 2 puffs, wait for 1 minute and then repeat steps 2-8. 
  9. Replace the protective cap on the inhaler after use. 

Regularly clean your inhaler as instructed by the manufacturer, and do not hesitate to consult with your doctor or pharmacist if you need guidance on maintaining it properly. 

To achieve the best results, adhere precisely to the instructions for using Airomir. Do not alter the prescribed number of inhalations or increase the frequency of use without obtaining approval from your doctor. 

Should you experience an abrupt increase in breathing difficulty following Airomir usage, immediately contact your doctor. 

Side Effects 

Listed below are the potential adverse effects of Airomir. Tell your doctor right away if any of these symptoms continue or deteriorate. 

Common Side Effects 

  • Tremors 
  • Headaches 
  • Muscle cramps 

Serious Side Effects 

  • Chest pain 
  • Irregular heartbeat 
  • Rapid breathing 
  • Confusion 

Call your doctor right away and ask for medical help if you experience any of the serious side effects above. 

Promptly consult your doctor if you experience increased heart rate or intensity (palpitations). While this is generally harmless and often resolves with continued medication use, seeking medical advice is recommended. 

Allergic Reactions 

In rare cases, Airomir may trigger a serious allergic response. Cease medication use and seek medical attention without delay if any signs of an allergic reaction manifest, such as: 

  • Facial, lip, mouth, tongue, or throat swelling that may impede swallowing or breathing 
  • Pruritic skin rashes 
  • Dizziness or faintness (attributable to low blood pressure) 
  • Collapsing 

This list does not cover all side effects of Airomir. Consult your doctor or pharmacist if you experience any unexpected effects while using this inhaler. 


Before starting treatment with Airomir, inform your doctor if you have any known allergies, particularly to salbutamol or to similar drugs like levalbuterol, metaproterenol, or salmeterol.  

Ask your pharmacist for more details about this inhaler, as it could contain inactive ingredients (such as lactose and milk proteins) that may lead to allergic reactions or other adverse effects. 

To ensure Airomir is safe for you, disclose to your doctor your medical background, especially if you have a history of: 

  • Cardiovascular issues (e.g., irregular heartbeat, angina, prior heart attack) 
  • Elevated blood pressure 
  • Seizures 

Inform all your healthcare providers about any current or recently discontinued medications, including prescription and over-the-counter drugs, as well as vitamins and herbal supplements, to lower the risk of drug interaction with Airomir. 

Albuterol closely resembles levalbuterol. Avoid using medications that contain levalbuterol while using Airomir. 

Refrain from using Airomir in close proximity to open flames or heat sources, as it may pose a risk of explosion under extremely high temperatures. 

During pregnancy, Airomir should only be utilized when deemed essential. Have a comprehensive discussion with your doctor regarding this medication’s potential advantages and risks. 

The transfer of salbutamol into breast milk is not established. Seek guidance from your healthcare provider before breastfeeding. 

Additional information

Generic name:

Salbutamol Sulfate





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