Durasal-CR Adverse Reactions



Raptakos, Brett


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Adverse Reactions
Salbutamol sulfate is generally well tolerated and serious toxic effects are few. The adverse reactions to salbutamol sulfate are similar in nature to reactions to other sympathomimetic agents, although the incidence of certain cardiovascular effects is lower with salbutamol sulfate. The most frequent adverse reactions to salbutamol sulfate are nervousness and tremor. Other reported reactions are headache, tachycardia and palpitations, muscle cramps, insomnia, nausea, weakness and dizziness. Rare cases of urticaria, angioedema, rash and oropharyngeal edema have been reported after the use of salbutamol sulfate. The reactions are generally transient in nature and it is usually not necessary to discontinue treatment with salbutamol sulfate. Inform the physician of the unwanted effects after administering.
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