FAQs ABOUT TRIOHALE INHALER
Q: What is TRIOHALE INHALER and why is it prescribed?
A: TRIOHALE INHALER is a combination of Ciclesonide, Formoterol, and Tiotropium, which belong to the groups of medicines called steroids and bronchodilators, respectively. It is indicated in the symptomatic treatment of severe COPD with a history of repeated exacerbations and significant symptoms despite regular treatment with long-acting bronchodilators.
Q: Can TRIOHALE INHALER cause dry mouth?
A: Yes. TRIOHALE INHALER can cause dry mouth. This can increase the likelihood of dental caries occurring. It is advised to always rinse your mouth after taking TRIOHALE INHALER.
Q: How to use TRIOHALE INHALER
A: Always use TRIOHALE INHALER as directed by your physician. It is for inhalational use only. Your doctor will advise the correct dose and duration of TRIOHALE INHALER for you depending upon your age, condition, and body weight.
Q: Is TRIOHALE INHALER a steroid?
A: TRIOHALE INHALER is a combination of three medicines, namely, clesonide, formoterol, and tiotropium. Ciclesonide is a steroid that has an anti-inflammatory action. It inhibits the potent factors that cause inflammation, such as prostaglandins and leukotrienes.
Q: Is it safe for children to TRIOHALE INHALER?
A: TRIOHALE INHALER should not be used by children under the age of 12. Consult your doctor before taking it.