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Rhinocort Turbuhaler Brand names, Rhinocort Turbuhaler Analogs

Rhinocort Turbuhaler Brand Names Mixture

  • Entocort Enema 0.02 Mg/Ml (Budesonide + Sodium Chloride)
  • Symbicort 100 Turbuhaler (Budesonide + Formoterol Fumarate Dihydrate)
  • Symbicort 200 Turbuhaler (Budesonide + Formoterol Fumarate Dihydrate)

Rhinocort Turbuhaler Chemical_Formula


Rhinocort Turbuhaler RX_link


Rhinocort Turbuhaler fda sheet

Rhinocort_Turbuhaler FDA

Rhinocort Turbuhaler msds (material safety sheet)

Rhinocort Turbuhaler Synthesis Reference

A. Thalen et al., Arzneimittel-Forsch. 29, 1787; R. L. Brattsand et al., Ger. pat 2,323,215

Rhinocort Turbuhaler Molecular Weight

430.534 g/mol

Rhinocort Turbuhaler Melting Point

221-232 oC

Rhinocort Turbuhaler H2O Solubility


Rhinocort Turbuhaler State


Rhinocort Turbuhaler LogP


Rhinocort Turbuhaler Dosage Forms

Capsule (sustained-release); Metered-dose (aerosol); Suspension

Rhinocort Turbuhaler Indication

For the treatment of mild to moderate active Crohn's disease.

Rhinocort Turbuhaler Pharmacology

Budesonide is a synthetic corticosteroid indicated for the treatment of mild to moderate active Crohn's disease involving the ileum and/or the ascending colon. Budesonide is used in Crohn's disease to decrease the symptoms and inflammation associated with the disease, especially at times of flare up. Budesonide has a high topical glucocorticosteroid (GCS) activity and a substantial first pass elimination. The formulation contains granules which are coated to protect dissolution in gastric juice, but which dissolve at pH >5.5, ie, normally when the granules reach the duodenum. Thereafter, a matrix of ethylcellulose with budesonide controls the release of the drug into the intestinal lumen in a time-dependent manner.

Rhinocort Turbuhaler Absorption


Rhinocort Turbuhaler side effects and Toxicity

Side effects include headache, respiratory infection, nausea, back pain, dyspepsia, dizziness, abdominal pain, flatulence, vomiting, fatigue

Rhinocort Turbuhaler Patient Information

Entocort® EC (budesonide)Capsules

Read this information carefully before you begin treatment. Read the information you get whenever you get more medicine. There may be new information. This information does not take the place of talking with your doctor about your medical condition or your treatment. If you have any questions about ENTOCORT EC (EN-toe-cort EE CEE), ask your health care provider (provider). Only your provider can determine if ENTOCORT EC is right for you.


ENTOCORT EC is a medicine to treat mild to moderate Crohn’ s Disease in many people. However, it does not work for everyone who takes it. ENTOCORT EC is a nonsystemic corticosteroid, which means it works mainly in one area of the body. The medicine in ENTOCORT EC is released in the intestine. Therefore, it controls the symptoms of Crohn’ s disease even though 90% of the drug does not go into the bloodstream. Because of this, it causes fewer severe side effects than other corticosteroids.

Who should not take ENTOCORT EC?

Do not take ENTOCORT EC if:

     you are breast feeding. Because ENTOCORT EC is carried in human milk, it may harm the baby. Talk with your provider about whether you should stop breast feeding to take ENTOCORT EC or should use another treatment

     you have had an allergic reaction to ENTOCORT EC or any of its ingredients

To help your provider decide if ENTOCORT EC is right for you, tell your provider:

     if you had an allergic reaction to any medicine in the past

     the names of all the prescription and nonprescription medicines you now take. Be sure to tell your provider if you take ketoconazole, which can affect processing of ENTOCORT EC by the liver, steroids such as prednisone, or any other drug that suppresses your immune system

     if you are pregnant, think you may be pregnant, or plan to get pregnant. Your provider will talk about whether ENTOCORT EC is right for you

     if you ever had liver problems. Liver problems affect the amount of ENTOCORT EC that stays in your system, and dosage may need to be changed

     if you are about to have surgery for any reason. Your dosage may need to be changed

     if you have chicken pox or measles, or any other condition that suppresses the immune system

     if you or anyone in your family has had diabetes or glaucoma

     if you ever had tuberculosis, high blood pressure, osteoporosis, ulcers, or cataracts.

How should I take ENTOCORT EC?

Take ENTOCORT EC in the morning. Swallow each ENTOCORT EC capsule whole.Do not open, chew, or crush ENTOCORT EC capsules. Your provider will tell you how long to take ENTOCORT EC.

What should I avoid while taking ENTOCORT EC?

Patients who take medicines that suppress the immune system, such as ENTOCORT EC, are more likely to get infections. Avoid people with infections. Also, if you never had chicken pox or measles, be careful to avoid people with these conditions. These conditions can be more serious if you get them while taking ENTOCORT EC.

While you are taking ENTOCORT EC, do not drink grapefruit juice regularly. Grapefruit juice can increase the amount of ENTOCORT EC in your blood. Other juices, like orange juice or apple juice, do not have this effect.

What are the side effects of ENTOCORT EC?

The most common side effects of ENTOCORT EC are headache, infection in your air passages (respiratory infection), nausea, and symptoms of hypercorticism (too much steroids in your body).

These symptoms include an increase in the size of the face and neck, acne, and bruising. Most symptoms of too much steroids in your body occur less often with ENTOCORT EC than with other steroids.

Call your provider right away if you notice itching, skin rash, fever, swelling of your face and neck, or trouble breathing while you are taking ENTOCORT EC. These may be signs that you are allergic to the medicine and you may need emergency medical help.

Switching from a systemic medicine, like prednisone, to a nonsystemic medicine, such as ENTOCORT EC, can cause allergies controlled by the systemic medicine to come back. These allergies may include eczema (a skin disease) or rhinitis (inflammation inside the nose).

Call your provider if

your Crohn’ s disease symptoms worsen during treatment

you notice any side effects or any other symptoms that concern you

These are not all the possible side effects of ENTOCORT EC. Ask your provider or pharmacist for a complete listing of all possible side effects of ENTOCORT EC.

What is Crohn’ s disease?

Crohn’ s disease is an inflammatory bowel disease. The inflammation caused by Crohn’ s disease is usually found in a part of the small intestine called the ileum and in the large intestine (colon). It may also occur in any part of the gastrointestinal tract (digestive system) from the mouth to the anus (rectum). The cause of Crohn’ s disease is not yet known.

There are many symptoms of Crohn’ s disease. These include diarrhea, crampy abdominal (stomach area) pain, fever, and sometimes bleeding from the rectum. Appetite loss followed by weight loss may occur. There may also be redness and soreness of the eyes, joint pain, and sores on the skin. These symptoms may range from mild to severe.

There is no cure yet for Crohn’ s disease. However, it is possible for the disease to quiet down (go into remission). During these periods of remission, there may be times when the symptoms get worse. In general, people with Crohn. s disease are able to lead productive lives.

General advice about prescription medicines

Medicines are sometimes prescribed for conditions that are not mentioned in patient information leaflets. Do not use ENTOCORT EC for a condition for which it was not prescribed. Do not give ENTOCORT EC to other people, even if they have the same symptoms you have. It may harm them. Keep ENTOCORT EC and all medicines out of the reach of children.

This leaflet summarizes the most important information about ENTOCORT EC. If you would like more information, talk with your provider. You can ask your pharmacist or provider for information about ENTOCORT EC that is written for health professionals. You can also visit the ENTOCORT EC Web site at (www.EntocortEC.com) or call the information center at AstraZeneca toll-free(1-800- 237-8898).

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Manufactured by: AstraZeneca AB S-151 85 Sodertalje, Sweden Distributed by: Prometheus Laboratories Inc San Diego, CA 92121 Product of Sweden 30029XX 04/05

Rhinocort Turbuhaler Organisms Affected

Humans and other mammals