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Ipratropium bromide is a nasal inhalant prescription medication recommended to help relieve the steady drip, drip, drip of a runny nose brought on by colds or seasonal allergies. The costs for ipratropium bromide nasal spray can vary, starting at around $30 and climbing to as high as $100 (in its brand name for ... Read more

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Ipratropium Bromide Information:

What is ipratropium bromide?

Ipratropium bromide is an anticholinergic inhalant that is related to atropine and is used in the treatment of a runny nose caused by a cold or by seasonal allergies. It does not help with relieving nasal congestion or sneezing. It may also be recommended for the treatment of the symptoms of asthma. Available by prescription only, the ipratropium bromide nasal solution is delivered in metered doses using a manual pump spray. The exact concentration and frequency of dosage depends on the patient profile.

How do I take ipratropium bromide?

Ipratropium bromide is a spay solution inhaled through the nostrils. To use the ipratropium bromide nasal spray properly:

  1. Remove the cap and safety clip (green) from pump. The safety clip prevents the accidental discharge of the spray when you are not using it.
  2. For first time use, prime the bottle, pumping it until a fine mist comes out the tip (about seven pumps).
  3. Blow your nose first, and then insert the bottle tip into one nostril, closing the adjacent nostril with a finger while tilting your head forward at a slight incline.
  4. Pump the medication into the nostril, sniffing deeply to pull the spray in; once completed, exhale through your mouth.
  5. Remove the spray pump and briefly tilt your head backwards.
  6. If a second dose is needed in the same nostril, simply repeat the previous steps.
  7. Repeat the process on the opposite nostril.
  8. Replace the safety clip and the cap.

Occasionally the pump may clog. If this happens, submerge the tip under warm running water for about sixty seconds. Dry, prime, and use.

If the sprayer is not used for more than 24 hours, it may need to be cleaned and primed again before use. Refer to the instructions that accompanied the spray bottle.

Before taking ipratropium bromide, tell your doctor if:

  • You have narrow-angle glaucoma;
  • You have an enlarged prostate, difficulty urinating, or a bladder obstruction;
  • You have any allergies, especially if you are allergic to belladonna-type medications including ipratropium, atropine, or tiotropium;
  • You are planning to have surgery; or
  • You are pregnant, plan to become pregnant, or are nursing;
  • You are taking any other medications or supplements.

There may be other conditions that may be affected when using ipratropium bromide. Be sure to provide your physician with your complete medical history.

What are the possible side effects of taking ipratropium bromide?

Ipratropium bromide may cause severe allergic reactions in some people. Contact emergency services if you experience swelling of the throat, tongue, face, or lips; if you break out in hives; or you have difficulty breathing or swallowing, or your heart rate begins to increase. Other side effects include headache, dry nose or nosebleeds, blurred vision, chills, fever, body aches or pain, clogged ears, listlessness or weakness, dry burning, or itching eyes, eye irritation or other problems (especially if not present before starting the medication or increasing in severity once started).

What if I forget to take a dose of ipratropium bromide?

If you miss a scheduled dose of ipratropium bromide, take one as soon as possible. However, if it close to time for your scheduled dose, forego the missed one and resume the normal schedule. Do not take multiple doses at the same time.

How do I store ipratropium bromide?

Keep this medication out of direct sunlight and protect it from extreme heat; do not allow it to freeze. Keep it away from children. Do not puncture, break, or incinerate the container.

Keep unused vials sealed in their original packaging until you are ready to use them.

Keep a record of the number of sprays used from a vial. Because the ipratropium bromide nasal spray contains a specific number of metered doses, dispose of the sprayer after 345 sprays, or the number your doctor recommends, even if some liquid remains in the bottle.

What happens if I overdose on ipratropium bromide?

Symptoms of an overdose, or an allergic reaction, include chest pain, irregular or rapid heartbeat; muscle weakness, cramping, or pain, dizziness or severe headaches. Call poison control at 1-800-222-1222 or emergency services at 911 if you think you have taken too much of this medication.

Warnings

Ipratropium bromide may cause anaphylaxis. Do not get this medication in your eyes. It is recommended that users of this medication carry a card that indicates they are taking ipratropium bromide.

Until you are sure this medication does not make you dizzy or drowsy, do not drive, use machinery, or perform any activities that require clear vision or that you remain fully alert. Limit alcoholic beverage intake while using this medication.

Do not take additional doses of ipratropium bromide nasal spray without first checking with your doctor.

Brand Names

The ipratropium bromide nasal solution is available under the brand Atrovent. To help keep the costs of the brand name version of ipratropium bromide under control, we have discount programs and coupons available that can lower the price by 75 to 88%.

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