Primatene Mist is off the market. Asthmatics can choke on it!
The FDA announced that Primatene Mist ... Albuterol nebulizer solution. It costs $4.00 for a 30 days supply and $10.00 for 90 days. It still requires a prescription. The only problem is that one needs a nebulizer machine to self-administer it. They can ...
FDA Committee Recommends Pulling Primatene Mist
Chlorofluorocarbons have been associated with depleting Earth's ozone layer, which can ... year. Instead of Primatene Mist, physicians most often use a drug called albuterol to provide quick-acting relief to patients who suffer the symptoms of asthma.
FDA Panels: Primatene HFA Inhaler Not Recommended for Asthma
Several committee members voiced concern that if the inhaler is available OTC, people would use it instead ... Primatene Mist (2 inhalations of 220 mcg), given on a regular schedule of 4 times daily for 12 weeks. The trial included those with stable asthma ...
FDA to Primatene Users: Get Asthma Prescription Now
22, 2011 -- The Primatene Mist inhaler is going away on Dec. 31, and prescription inhalers are the only alternative to the over-the-counter asthma drug ... "So those who use Primatene need to take action now to see a health care provider to get a ...
Primatene Mist Asthma Inhalers Being Phased Out Under CFC Rule
Primatene Mist is the only asthma inhaler sold over-the-counter without the need of a prescription. The asthma inhalers are being phased out because they use chlorofluorocarbons ... No CFC-based inhalers can be made or sold after December 31, 2011.