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Ipratropium albuterol is a generic inhaled medication. Ipratropium bromide and albuterol sulfate uses include controlling symptoms such as bronchospasm, coughing, wheezing, and breathing problems that occur due to COPD or chronic lung diseases such as bronchitis and emphysema. Generic ipratropium albuterol is a great alternative to expensive brand-name medications like Combivent. To save even more money, print one of our ipratropium albuterol coupons and get up to 78% off in your local pharmacy. Click the link below to print your coupon now, or continue reading to get more information about this medication.

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About Ipratropium-Albuterol

What is ipratropium albuterol?

Ipratropium albuterol is a combination of two inhaled medications, ipratropium bromide and albuterol sulfate. Ipratropium bromide is an anticholinergic drug and albuterol sulfate is a beta blocker. They both work in different ways to relax the lungs and open the airways. Ipratropium blocks acetylcholine receptors on smooth muscle tissue in the lungs which inhibits bronchospasm and decreases mucus secretion. Albuterol also relaxes smooth muscle tissue in the lungs, but by blocking beta receptors. This medication is usually only prescribed to patients whose condition can’t be controlled by just one type of bronchodilator alone. The use of ipratropium bromide and albuterol sulfate together more effectively controls bronchospasm due to its double action mechanism.

How do I take ipratropium albuterol?

Ipratropium bromide and albuterol sulfate inhalation solution comes with an inhaler or nebulizer to administer the medication. Follow instructions provided with your ipratropium albuterol inhaler to assemble the device. To prime the inhaler before its first use, hold the inhaler upright with the orange cap closed. Turn the base in the direction of the arrows until you hear a click. Flip the orange cap open and point the inhaler downward. Press the button to release a dose and then close the cap. Repeat these steps until three full sprays are released from the inhaler. You won’t need to prime the inhaler again unless you wait more than three days between doses.

To inhale the medication, hold the ipratropium albuterol inhaler upright. Turn the base until it clicks. Then open the orange cap and release all of your breath. Place the mouthpiece in your mouth and seal your lips around it without blocking the air vents. Press the button to release a dose as you breathe in slowly and deeply. Hold your breath for ten seconds and then remove the inhaler and exhale slowly. Replace the cap. Repeat as many times as your doctor recommends. Never use this medication more than 6 times in 24 hours.

What if I forget to take a dose of ipratropium albuterol?

If you forget to take a dose of ipratropium albuterol, take the missed dose as soon as you remember. If it’s almost time for your next dose, skip the missed dose and continue on your normal routine. Don’t take a double dose to try to catch up.

What happens if I overdose on ipratropium albuterol?

An overdose of ipratropium bromide albuterol sulfate may cause chest pain, high blood pressure, fast heartbeat, and exaggerated side effects. If you think you or someone you know has overdosed on this medication, contact the Poison Control Center at 1-800-222-1222. If the victim is in a critical condition, call 911.

Before taking ipratropium albuterol, tell your doctor if:

  • You have high blood pressure.

  • You have heart disease, arrhythmias, or any other heart problems.

  • You have diabetes.

  • You have an enlarged prostate or trouble urinating.

  • You have an overactive thyroid.

  • You have ever had glaucoma.

  • You have liver or kidney disease.

  • You have seizures.

  • You are pregnant or breastfeeding.

  • You are allergic to ipratropium bromide and albuterol sulfate or any of the other ingredients in this medication.

  • You are taking other prescription or nonprescription medications, especially beta blockers and blood pressure medications, diuretics, other medications for asthma or COPD, antidepressants, epinephrine, medications for IBS, ulcers, or Parkinson’s disease, and cold medications.

What are the possible side effects of taking ipratropium albuterol?

Possible side effects from taking ipratropium albuterol include hoarseness, sore throat, constipation or diarrhea, nausea, headache, stuffy nose, leg cramping, tremors, and upset stomach. More serious side effects that are not as likely include bronchospasm or a worsening of symptoms, chest pain, pounding heartbeat, elevated blood pressure, vision problems or eye pain, painful urination, and swelling in the feet or ankles. If you experience any of these serious side effects or an unusual side effect, contact your doctor immediately.

How do I store ipratropium albuterol?

Store the ipratropium albuterol inhaler at a room temperature between 59 and 86 degrees Fahrenheit. Keep this medication away from extreme heat, direct sunlight, and sharp objects. The canister is pressurized and may explode. Throw away your inhaler after three months of use.


Avoid getting this medication in your eyes. Ipratropium albuterol can cause narrow angle glaucoma. If you get this medication in your eyes, call you doctor at once.

Brand Names

Brand names for products containing ipratropium bromide and albuterol sulfate inhalation solution include Combivent, Respimat and DuoNeb. Print our ipratropium albuterol discount coupon to get up to 53% off the price in your local pharmacy. Also search for similar brand-name medications and compare discounts.


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