Combivent Coupons

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Combivent®, manufactured by Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc., combines ipratropium bromide and albuterol sulfate. Combivent® Respimat, a propellant-free inhaler approved by the FDA, delivers the medication in a slow-moving mist. Combivent® is a prescription drug that treats chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).[1] [2] Patients may be able to get Combivent® coupons and free samples from their doctors. These samples and coupons can help reduce the cost of using Combivent®. In addition, Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc. offers patient assistance programs that can help qualified individuals save money on their Combivent® prescriptions.


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Brand name for Ipratropium bromide and albuterol sulfate[1]
Manufacturer Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc.[1]
Phone number 800-556-8317 (Patient Assistance Programs)[3]
Uses Treatment of COPD[1]
Types of coupons Patient Assistance Programs [3]
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Combivent Patient Assistance Programs and Coupons

  • Doctors should be familiar with available Combivent® coupons and discounts. They may be able to provide their patients with free Combivent® samples.
  • Printable Combivent® coupons are also occasionally available online.
  • If patients have no health insurance or are enrolled in Medicare Part D, they may qualify for either the Boehringer Ingelheim Cares Foundation Patient Assistance Program or the Boehringer Ingelheim Cares Foundation Patient Assistance Program For Medicare Beneficiaries.

How to Get Combivent Coupons

Information on how to find free Combivent coupons and discounts

About Combivent

Combivent® is a combination of two different types of bronchodilator medications. Combivent® is generally introduced after the patient finds that their original bronchodilator is not providing sufficient relief.[1] [2] [4]

Combivent's effects last for four to five hours, and patients are warned not to exceed the dosage or schedule prescribed by their physician. The usual recommended dosage is two inhalations four times a day, although some patients may use up to 12 inhalations in a 24-hour period. Combivent's safety for children has not been established.[2]

Also See: Combivent Side Effects, Pulmicort Coupons, Pulmicort Free Samples, Symbicort Coupons, Albuterol Side Effects, Albuterol Coupons, Cymbalta Coupons



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