How much can I save on my nebulizer medication?
Nebulizer medications are used to manage asthma. For asthma patients that have difficulty using an inhaler, nebulizers change medication from a liquid to a mist so that it can be more easily inhaled into the lungs.
Nebulizer Savings at Verified International Online Pharmacies
If patients would like to explore online pharmacy prices offered on Spiriva Handihaler 18 mcg, they can do so by comparing prices on PharmacyChecker.com. It can be found for as little as 97% off the cost of Spiriva sold in the United States. You can also compare prices for its generic version, Tiotropium Bromide.
The following is a sample list detailing nebulizer savings found at PharmacyChecker-verified pharmacies:
Levalbuterol is used to treat and prevent bronchospasm. You can get a Levalbuterol inhaler for less than $20 internationally by comparing costs on PharmacyChecker.com. That's a 70% savings off the Levalbuterol sold in U.S. pharmacies.
Budesonide is used to make breathing easier by reducing the irritation and swelling of the airways. You can get 60 Budesonide 0.5 mg/2ml nebules for less than $75 internationally by comparing costs on PharmacyChecker.com. That's a 57% savings off the Budesonide 0.5 mg/2ml nebules sold in U.S. pharmacies.
Cromolyn Sodium Savings
Cromolyn works by acting on certain inflammatory cells in the lungs to prevent the release of substances that cause asthma symptoms.
Albuterol is a bronchodilator that increases air flow to the lungs.
Ipratropium Bromide Savings
Ipratropium is a spray or inhaler used to help open up airways and make breathing easier.
Nebulizer Discounts at U.S. Pharmacies
If you prefer to shop at your local U.S. pharmacy, just scroll all the way to the bottom of each price comparison page and enter your ZIP Code to find discounts available in your area. If you find a great deal, just click "Print Card for This Pharmacy" and you are all set.
Nebulizer Patient Assistance Programs
PharmacyChecker.com also offers a search tool for patient assistance programs. Many pharmaceutical companies offer aid with the cost of medications through patient assistance programs, but this is only for those living in the U.S. These programs do not accept everyone—they often have strict eligibility requirements having to do with your income and are most helpful to those with incomes below $30,000 a year.