What is Azmix?
1. An inhibitor of H1 receptors that reduces the function of histamines and ultimately reduces allergic symptoms.
2. Intranasal corticosteroids that work by inhibiting the mechanisms that lead to inflammation.
It is used to treat the symptoms of seasonal allergic rhinitis in patients 6 years of age and older who need to be treated with two antihistamines + corticosteroids.
Azmix Use in pregnancy and lactation
Adequate studies on azlastin alone and fluticasone alone have not been performed in pregnant women.
It is not known whether Azmix-F enters breast milk or not, but it should be used with caution in breastfeeding mothers.
Pay attention to these points regarding the correct way of Azmix consumption
- Clean the inside of your nasal passages.
- Shake the medicine bottle gently. Close one of the nasal passages with your finger. Bend your head slightly forward. Apply the spray standing up to 1 cm into the nasal passage.
- For each spray, press the pump firmly once. Gently inhale through your nasal passages, keeping your head bent forward. Be careful not to spray directly on the middle blade of the nose.
- Repeat this on the other side of the duct.
- Do not bend your head back to prevent the medicine from entering your throat.
- If the medicine gets into your throat, you will feel a normal taste in your mouth.
- After using the medicine, wipe the medicine out with a clean cloth. Put the cap on the spray.
- Concomitant use of alcohol or other drugs that suppress central nervous system function may further reduce central nervous system function.
- Concomitant use of ritonavir or other potent cytochrome P450 P3A4 inhibitors may increase plasma concentrations of fluticasone.
This medicine may cause drowsiness, so it is best to avoid high-risk activities while taking this medicine.
Avoid concomitant use of alcohol or drugs that suppress central nervous system function, as concomitant use of these compounds may further reduce central nervous system function.
Bleeding from the nose, sores in the nose, pores in the septum, impaired wound healing or Candida albicans infection: It is best to monitor the patient regularly for such problems.
Glaucoma or cataracts: Patients with changes in vision or patients with a history of intraocular pressure should be monitored regularly.
The possibility of slow growth in children: It is better to monitor the child’s growth on a regular basis.
Azmix Prohibited usage
History of allergy to azelastine or fluticasone or other components of this drug
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