Asthalin HFA is a member of the "bronchodilators" family of medications.
The primary component of the medication, salbutamol, aids in the treatment of COPD and asthma symptoms.
Asthalin Inhaler is used to treat bronchospasm symptoms including coughing, wheezing, and tightness in the chest.
The medication works by widening the airways in the lungs and relaxing the breathing muscles.
Asthalin HFA Applications
A long-term condition that constricts the airways is asthma. Asthma is treated with Asthalin HFA Inhaler 100 Mcg.
In addition, asthalin aids in the treatment of the following illnesses:
Prolonged Respiratory Obstructive Conditions
How does the Inhaler for Asthalin function?
The primary component, salbutamol, is a bronchodilator that eases airway muscle tension.
This medication causes bronchodilation that lasts for four to six hours by acting on the beta2-adrenoceptors in the bronchial smooth muscle. In patients with reversible airway blockage, it acts fast. You get relief from breathlessness and tightness in your chest when you take Asthalin.