Breo Ellipta

Active Ingredient(s): Fluticasone Furoate + Vilanterol Trifenatate
FDA Approved: * May 10, 2013
Pharm Company: * GLAXO GRP LTD
Category: Lungs (Pulmonary)

* This drug may consist of multiple approval dates, manufacturers, or distributors. If applicable, they would be listed below under "NDC Database Records".



Breo Ellipta Overview

Vilanterol (INN, USAN) is an ultra-long-acting β2 adrenoreceptor agonist (ultra-LABA), which was approved in May 2013 in combination with fluticasone furoate for sale as Breo Ellipta by GlaxoSmithKline for the treatment of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).[1] Vilanterol is available in following combinations: with inhaled corticosteroid fluticasone furoate — fluticasone furoate/vilanterol (trade names Breo Ellipta (U.S.), Relvar Ellipta (EU, RU, JPN)) w...

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Side effects of breo ellipta

I was given a sample of breo ellipta for bronchitis.. just bronchitis. I was on it for 2 days when I ended up in the hospital for severe heart palpitations, chest pain, dizziness, loss of taste.. I completely felt out of it. Elevated blood glucose and low potassium. I was told I was having a bad reaction to the steroid and it would take a few weeks. The heart palpitations and dizziness still come and go but are getting less intense. Panic attacks and depression are still rearing their ugly head. Has this happened to anyone? How long could this possibly take to go away? I have no previous health issues. 32 year old female in good health... So frustrated at this point. They gave me a holter monitor to wear for 2 weeks that I take off and mail back tomorrow. I'm afraid at this point it...

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breo atrial flutter

should breo be used by a patient who has had an ablation for atrial flutter ## Hello, Susannah! How are you? This does contain a steroid, so it could be somewhat risky. Has this been prescribed for you? Steroids usually do have a stimulating effect and aren't generally recommended for heart patients.

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Possible Dosages for this and Related Drugs:

Fluticasone Furoate + Vilanterol Trifenatate
  • Powder: 0.1mg/inh + 0.025mg/inh, 0.2mg/inh + 0.025mg/inh
Note: Above list includes dosages for all drugs with the same combination of active ingredients.

NDC Database Records for Breo Ellipta: (6 results)

Sorted by National Drug Code
  • 0173-0859 Breo Ellipta Respiratory (Inhalation) Powder by Glaxosmithkline LLC
  • 0173-0882 Breo Ellipta Respiratory (Inhalation) Powder by Glaxosmithkline LLC
  • 50090-2404 Breo Ellipta Respiratory (Inhalation) Powder by A-s Medication Solutions
  • 61786-644 Breo Ellipta Respiratory (Inhalation) Powder by Remedyrepack Inc.
  • 63379-017 Breo Ellipta Respiratory (Inhalation) Powder by Glaxo Operations Uk Ltd
  • 63379-059 Breo Ellipta Respiratory (Inhalation) Powder by Glaxo Operations Uk Ltd

Drugs with one or more similar ingredients: (5 results)

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