Montelukast belongs to a group of medicines called leukotriene receptor antagonists.
There are no adequate studies of albuterol sulphate use during pregnancy.
Do not take this medication if you are allergic to montelukast or any ingredients of the medication.
Smoking and alcohol consumption can also increase clearance of theophylline.
Montelukast exerts no acute direct effect on NO synthases.
Montelukast is registered by the TGA for use in children aged 2 years and older.
This leaflet answers some common questions about montelukast.
Do not stop using salmeterol inhalation without first talking to your doctor.
It has been suggested that theophylline may exert its effects in asthma via some action outside the airways.
The usual dose of oral salbutamol is 2 to 4 mg three times a day in adult and 1 to 2 mg three times a day in children.
Salbutamol can increase the activity of the thyroid gland.
Salmeterol must not be used alone to treat asthma.
Your doctor may reduce your dose of inhaled corticosteroid while you are taking montelukast.
OASIS millipore cartridges for sample clean up, followed by separation of salbutamol and the internal standard from interfering compounds on a reversed phase column.