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ProAir HFA - Overview
ProAir is a medication sometimes prescribed to people who need treatment for bronchospasm in the setting of conditions such as asthma. People who might need a ProAir prescription can use Push Health to connect with a local medical provider who can prescribe ProAir HFA medication, including a ProAir RespiClick inhaler, when appropriate to do so.
ProAir - Dosage and Cost
The ProAir HFA inhaler, like Ventolin, contains the active ingredient albuterol sulfate and is sometimes prescribed to people with asthma. ProAir is a type of a beta2-adrenergic agonist medication that exerts its effects on smooth muscle in the airway through activation of an enzyme known as adenylcyclase. Depending on the specific needs of the patient, ProAir HFA inhalers are sometimes prescribed as ProAir inhalation aerosol with 108 mcg of the active ingredient per actuation. ProAir HFA inhalers are considered affordable, costing under $30 for one ProAir HFA inhaler (8.5 g per 90 mcg). ProAir coupons can sometimes be found online and some insurance companies will cover costs associated with ProAir HFA inhaler prescription.
Can I Buy ProAir Online?
ProAir HFA is a prescription medication in the United States. Due to this designation, one cannot just buy ProAir online or get ProAir HFA OTC. Instead, the first step to getting a ProAir RespiClick inhaler is consulting a licensed medical provider. People who might need a ProAir prescription, however, can use Push Health to connect with a local medical provider who can prescribe ProAir HFA inhalers, including ProAir RespiClick, when appropriate to do so.
ProAir - Side Effects
The ProAir HFA inhaler is well tolerated but can result in adverse effects when used. ProAir RespiClick inhaler side effects include headaches, rapid heart rate, dizziness, throat discomfort and rhinitis. Prior to using a ProAir HFA inhaler, it is recommended that patients get any questions answered from a licensed medical practitioner. ProAir RespiClick and alcohol should generally not be used together. People with an allergy to ProAir HFA or similar inhaler medications should avoid using ProAir RespiClick inhalers.
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Last updated February 24, 2021. Given the evolving nature of medicine and science, this information might not be accurate and should not be construed as medical advice or diagnosis / treatment recommendations. Please consult a licensed medical provider if you have additional questions.