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Combivent Respimat is an inhalation spray that may be prescribed to treat the symptoms of chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder (COPD). The Respimat format of this drug replaced the metered-dose version of Combivent, which was discontinued in 2013. If you need this medication but don’t have insurance coverage or a Combivent Respimat copay card, you can expect the price to be several hundred dollars. Exact Combivent Respimat costs will vary by pharmacy, and you can locate the lowest-cost pharmacy in your area by using the Optum Perks search tool. Enter the drug name and your prescription details, and we’ll generate a list of nearby pharmacies and their price estimates. These estimates include a discount from our Combivent Respimat coupon, which you can print or download by clicking ‘Get Free Coupon.’ Bring your coupon to your pharmacy every time you fill your prescription for ongoing Combivent Respimat patient assistance.
As a bronchodilator combination drug, Combivent Respimat is used to treat COPD symptoms such as shortness of breath and wheezing. It is often prescribed in combination with other COPD medicines.
Combivent Respimat comes in an inhaler that contains 60 or 120 doses. Each dose contains 20mcg of ipratropium bromide and 100mcg of albuterol sulfate. One puff of the inhaler will administer one dose. If you have questions about how to administer this medication or how often to take it, talk to your doctor or pharmacist.
Keep the medicated spray out of your eyes; if it does get in your eyes by accident, rinse them with water and get emergency medical help. Combivent Respimat may cause temporarily blurred vision, so be careful driving until you know you can do so safely. Before using Combivent Respimat, tell your doctor if you have any heart problems, epilepsy, diabetes, glaucoma, kidney or liver disease, an overactive thyroid gland, or an enlarged prostate.
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