Katinko Nasal Decongestant
What is in KATINKO® Inhaler?
KATINKO® Inhaler contains Menthol and Camphor.
- MENTHOL is a naturally-occurring cold receptor agonist commonly used to provide symptomatic relief for upper airway congestion. Menthol can also reduce the sensation of dyspnea.
- CAMPHOR is used to improve respiratory function and inflammatory conditions caused by nasal congestion.
Other ingredients are Eucalyptus Oil and Lavender Oil.
What is KATINKO® Inhaler used for?
KATINKO® Inhaler is used to help relieve nasal discomfort. Use this medication through inhalation.
How much and how often should you use KATINKO® INHALER?
Use KATINKO® Inhaler as directed by your doctor or follow all directions on the product package:
- Gently insert inhaler tip into one nostril.
- Inhale deeply.
- Wipe inhaler after each use and do not use more than 2 hours.
Discard after 2-3 months even if the inhaler still smells medicinal.
If you have any questions, talk to your doctor or pharmacist.
When should you not use KATINKO® Inhaler?
- Allergic to the active ingredients or any other ingredient of KATINKO® Inhaler.
- Children 2 years of age and below
- Pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers
Care that should be taken when using KATINKO® Inhaler
Avoid contact with eyes and mouth.
Do not use it for more than 2 hours and throw it away after 2-3 months of use even if the inhaler smells medicinal, it may cause possible harm. Talk to your pharmacist for more details.
Undesirable effects of KATINKO® Inhaler
KATINKO® Inhaler is generally safe for use when inhaled within the recommended dose and duration of treatment. Redness or mild irritation of the nostril can rarely occur. Tell your doctor or pharmacist promptly if any of these effects last or get worse.
What other medicine and food should be avoided while using KATINKO® Inhaler?
No listed drug interactions with other drugs.
Signs and symptoms of overdose
- Redness of the nostrils
- Feeling light-headed
What to do when you have inhaled more than the recommended dosage?
Consult a doctor if needed. Quick medical attention is important if someone has difficulty in breathing.
When should you consult your doctor?
If there is difficulty in breathing or new undesirable effects occur.