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Seretide (Salmeterol/Fluticasone Propionate) Accuhaler and Evohaler are ‘combination’ purple inhalers that work by relaxing the muscles which line the trachea and bronchi. Your own doctor may prescribe Seretide when your asthma symptoms are not well controlled with your usual medicines. Evohalers work like regular inhalers, whereas Seretide Accuhalers are suited to those who find it difficult to press and breathe in at the same time. You may be suitable to buy Seretide online from Medical Specialists® if you have already been prescribed Seretide from your own doctor.

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  • Manages and controls asthma symptoms
  • Contains Salmeterol and Fluticasone
  • Keeps your airways open
  • Genuine UK medication

What is Seretide for?

Seretide is prescribed to patients whose condition has not been controlled well enough by just the use of a regular steroid inhaler, and is often prescribed with a short-acting blue reliever inhaler such as Ventolin Inhaler.

It may also be prescribed for those with well-controlled asthma instead of using a regular steroid inhaler with a separate regular long-acting reliever (bronchodilator), as Seretide combines both types of medicine into one inhaler.

How does Seretide work?

As Seretide starts off working slow, it is imperative to use daily – even if you feel OK and your breathing is normal. You may be suitable to buy Seretide Evohaler or Accuhaler online to be used each day alongside a separate fast-acting ‘reliever’ inhaler when necessary. This is something your doctor will discuss with you.

Seretide inhalers contain two active ingredients: Fluticasone and Salmeterol. As an anti-inflammatory steroid medicine, Fluticasone reduces inflammation and the secretion of mucus in the lungs, whereas salmeterol is a long-acting bronchodilator, and works to relax muscles within the lungs. Both medicines work in different ways but will make it easier for you to breathe.

Seretide products are known as 'Evohalers' and 'Accuhalers' as opposed to ‘inhalers’. This is to signify the fact they do not contain any CFC propellants and that they are inhaled in different ways.

You'll find the 'Evohaler' performs just like regular inhaler, whereas the 'Accuhaler' is a circular-shaped inhaler that contains dry powder. Some people may find this one easier to use, as you don't have to synchronise your pressing and breathing in.

Before you buy Seretide inhalers online, always check it is the same one that you have been prescribed previously from your own doctor and do not change Seretides unless you have spoken to your doctor first and been told to do so.

How to use Seretide

When you buy Seretide online, always use Seretide exactly as your doctor, asthma nurse or pharmacist has told you, or as outlined in the Patient Information Leaflet (PIL). Check with them if you are unsure how and when to use Seretide.

Do not take more than the recommended dose. Check with your doctor or pharmacist if you are not sure, and read the PIL.

Do not stop taking your Seretide inhaler or reduce the dose of Seretide without talking to your doctor first.

How to use Seretide Evohaler (Adults):

  • Seretide Evohaler 25/50:   2 puffs twice a day.
  • Seretide Evohaler 25/125: 2 puffs twice a day.
  • Seretide Evohaler 25/250: 2 puffs twice a day.

How to use Seretide Accuhaler (Adults):

  • Seretide Accuhaler 50/100: 1 inhalation twice a day.
  • Seretide Accuhaler 50/250: 1 inhalation twice a day.
  • Seretide Accuhaler 50/500: 1 inhalation twice a day.

How to use Seretide Accuhaler for COPD (Adults):

  • Seretide Accuhaler 50/500: 1 inhalation twice a day.

What are the possible side effects of Seretide?

Side effects are rare, and most people don’t get any. Possible side effects may vary from one person to the next with any medication. You should always read the manufacturer’s Patient Information Leaflet (PIL) before using this or any other medication.

This will give you important instructions on how and when to use the medication, as well as any possible side effects of the drug.

How we package your order

Your medication is placed inside a plain delivery box* for protection, then sealed inside a special tamper-proof Royal Mail envelope before being dispatched from our in-house pharmacy.

  • Discreet plain packaging / No mention of medication
  • Our minimum sized delivery box* to protect the medication in transit is: W - 18cm, H - 6.5cm, D - 8.5cm
  • Royal Mail Tracked 24 or 48 hr (UK addresses)
  • Royal Mail Special Delivery Before 1pm (UK addresses)
  • Royal Mail Local Collect (UK addresses)
  • Royal Mail International Signed For (Overseas addresses)
  • Some delivery types will require you to sign for the parcel
  • Some delivery types will require you to show Photo ID for the parcel
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