Information About Albuterol Syrup

Your healthcare provider may prescribe albuterol syrup if you have been diagnosed with airway spasms (also called bronchospasms). Bronchospasms are most common in people with asthma, but can also occur in people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
 
Albuterol syrup is usually taken three or four times a day, with or without food. All available albuterol syrup products are generic. They are all equivalent to Ventolin Syrup®, a brand-name product that is no longer manufactured.
 
Most people tolerate albuterol syrup without any problems. However, as with any medication, side effects are possible. In clinical studies, common reactions included:
 
Before prescribing albuterol syrup, your healthcare provider will need information on any other medical conditions you may have, such as high blood pressure, and any other medications you are taking.
 
(To learn more about this medication, including dosing guidelines, storage methods, and other important information for your healthcare provider, click Albuterol Syrup.)
 

Information About Albuterol Syrup

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