Budesonide for inhalation
Your child needs to take a drug called Budesonide. Read about what sniffing Budesonide does, and its side effects.
Your child needs to take medicine. It is called Budesonide. This information booklet describes what Budesonide does, how to give this medicine, and what side effects or problems your child may have when he/she takes this medicine.
What is this medicine?
Budesonide is used to help prevent asthma symptoms. When your child uses it regularly, this medicine keeps the airways in your child’s lungs healthy.
You may have heard of Budesonide as a resistance drug. You may also hear Budesonide from its brand name, Palmycourt.
Budesonide inhaler comes in the form of a healer, or in the form of a liquid that is used in a nebulizer machine to turn a liquid into an excellent spray.
Before giving this medicine to your child,
- Tell your child’s doctor if your child:
- Allergic to Budesonide.
- If your child has any of the following conditions, talk to your child’s doctor or pharmacist. It is possible that precautions need to be taken with this medication. If your child:
- Infections, such as smallpox, measles, and tuberculosis
- Eye problems, such as cataracts
How should you give this medicine to your child?
- Give your child cobidosonide exactly as your doctor or pharmacist prescribes, even if your child looks better.
- Stop giving Budesonide only if your doctor or pharmacist prescribes it.
- Give your child Budesonide at the same time every day. Choose times that are convenient for you, so that no food is missed.
- If your child is using medicine to relieve pain or discomfort, such as salbutamol, make sure to give the painkiller before using Budesonide. Before giving you painkillers or painkillers, before you give Budesonide. You must wait for 5 minutes.
- If your child uses a nebulizer machine to take Budesonide, you can mix painkillers with Budesonide liquid.
- Your baby needs to inhale biodegradable by mouth. If you are not sure how to give this medicine, ask the pharmacist or nurse to use it in front of you.
- Ask your child to rinse their mouth with water after giving Budesonide. If your baby is too young to clean his mouth with water, give the baby water or juice to drink after each dose of Budesonide.
What should you do if your child misses a meal?
- Give the food you missed as soon as you remember.
- If it is almost time to give the next dose, do not give the missed dose. Give the next dose at the appointed time.
- Never give your child two meals at a time to supplement the food that has been consumed.
How long does it take for this medicine to work?
It may take a few weeks before you notice that your child has improved asthma with Budesonide.
What are the possible side effects of this medicine?
As long as your child is taking Budesonide, they may be suffering from some of the side effects listed below. If your child continues to experience any of these side effects, if they do not go away, or if they cause your child to feel unwell, contact your child’s doctor:
- Dry mouth or throat
- Sore throat
- Bad taste in the mouth
- Digestive disorders
If your child has any of the following side effects, call your child’s doctor during office hours:
- White spots inside the mouth
- Pain during eating or swallowing
- Blurred vision or any change in vision