Here are 3 reasons to talk to your doctor about including nebulized BROVANA® (arformoterol tartrate) Inhalation Solution in your COPD treatment plan:
BROVANA is a maintenance medication that’s taken 2 times each day (morning and evening) to help keep COPD symptoms under control.
BROVANA is a long-lasting medicine that has been shown to improve lung function for up to 12 hours at a time.*
BROVANA is taken with a nebulizer— a device that converts the medicine into a fine, breathable mist.
Maintenance medications like BROVANA aren’t made for treating symptom flare-ups and shouldn’t be used when you need quick relief of your COPD symptoms. Always have a rescue inhaler medicine with you to treat sudden symptoms. Treatment with BROVANA takes 5 to 10 minutes for administration, twice a day.
*In 2 clinical studies, 1456 adults with COPD who had similar breathing capacities as measured by forced exhale over 1 second (forced expiratory volume in 1 second, or FEV1) were evaluated. The five most commonly reported side effects of BROVANA were chest or back pain, diarrhea, sinus congestion, headache, and tremor. Other reported side effects included nervousness, leg cramps, high blood potassium, shortness of breath, rash, fever, increased white blood cells, vomiting, tiredness, leg swelling, and chest congestion or bronchitis.
Answering these questions can help you and your doctor determine how well your COPD treatment plan is working.PLAN YOUR DISCUSSION