Is there anything cheaper?
Hi, Pam. Sorry, I don't know. Hope someone else will be able to answer your question soon.
Is salbutamol not another word for ventolin.
I had to relook it up to find out.
"Ventolin accuhaler, evohaler, nebules, respirator solution, syrup and injection all contain the active ingredient salbutamol."
Ventolin is cheap in my experience when I had to buy one abroad €3 last year. For those that have to pay, that's cheaper than we pay for a prescription in the UK.
Do you have to pay for your medication? Where are you?
$30 copay. Last year was $10. I'm in NE Oklahoma
I wonder what the NHS have to pay for Ventolin?
Evohaler ® (aerosol inhalation), salbutamol (as sulfate) 100 micrograms/metered inhalation, net price 200-dose unit = £1.50. Counselling, administration
Does this mean that is what the NHS pay for it? Asda were going to stock them a few years back - they're a subsidiary of Walmart which sells them OTC very cheaply last time I looked - but that fell through. Surely the NHS should be looking for a discount - they must be one of the biggest customers.
£21.84 per year per patient.
Ventolin is the brand name of the original salbutamol inhaler marketed under patent by Allen & Hanburys. It is no longer protected by patent and therefore is now relatively cheap, although there a number of generic copies like IVAX Salamol which are probably slightly cheaper.
Sounds like you're subsidising something, Pam? Or your insurers/you are being ripped off.
Asmol in Australia -same drug but a bit cheaper
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