- posted on 3/8/2014 11:48:58 AM
First of all, I have never tried Primatene Mist, because I had never experienced breathing problems until about 2 years ago, just about the time Primatene was pulled from the shelves. My medication is ProAir HFA albuterol sulfate, and I rely upon it religiously. However, it frequently occurs that I need refills before my prescription can be refilled, which resulted in major problems for me. By chance, I happened upon Asthmanefrin, and I decided to purchase it for use as a desperately needed stop-gap just to get me through. Well, I was completely surprised at how well Asthmanefrin helped me to breathe again! Many of the negative reviews I read made me pause before purchasing it, but I figured "what-the-heck"? I'm so glad I gave it a try. Asthmanefrin has been a total god-send to me during the past couple of months, and I have absolutely no problems with it at all. In fact, it has enabled me to drastically reduce the amount of ProAir I use. It seems that most of the criticism I've read has to do with the EZBreathe Atomizer, and I'll readily admit that it is fairly high-maintenance as far as cleaning is concerned. However, I actually find it to be just another small chore to perform in exchange for hours, days, weeks and months of breathing-relief. Very well worth the small amount of effort! I have no problem in recommending this wonderful product to anyone suffering from a breathing disorder.
- posted on 11/6/2013 9:11:37 AM
I am appalled that this product is so complicated as compared to the ease of use of Primatene Mist. To clean it I need to buy distilled water and soak the cup for 15 minutes after each use. When I used Primatene Mist I could just reach for it in the middle of the night. With this product I have to get up, put on a light, open the vial packet, open the vial, fill the dispenser cap and pour in the vial contents, all the while keeping the unit upright. For $56 I got the unit and 10 doses! One bottle of Primatene at probably $20 lasted a very long time. I can't believe that I can buy air fresheners, bug spray and even spray paint in atomizer form and they can't continue to make Primatene. Plus the fact that the unit requires batteries, that I have to make sure I have available is preposterous. Manufacturer really needs to rethink this product.
- posted on 8/31/2013 6:43:26 PM
No stars from me. Used Primatene for years, and this is a sorry substitute. Worst of all, when I need to use it, I'm usually running through an airport, or something. Can't open the packets without scissors or sharp knife which I can not bring on a plane or in many other places I go, like the court house. I hope somebody comes out with something better. Wondering why the makers of Primatene didn't change to the type that prescription inhalers use.
- posted on 8/13/2013 7:35:22 AM
Ok so I am going to complain even tho I know in part I am responsible for some of what happened. One week ago yesterday my asthma started acting up. I had the Asthmanefrin kit but it would NOT work. By tuesday I was desperate for something so we went to the CVS where we bought it. They didn't have it and wouldn't have any until friday. So we went to Walgreens where we ended up just having to buy a whole new kit. Well, went home and the unit worked but I think by that time the attack had progressed so far there was no rescue from it. Let me slip something else in here that to me seems to be a misleading element of Asthmanefrin; it DOES NOT have albuterol in it which WAS in Primatene and therefore is NOT a comparable replacement RESCUE inhaler to repace Primatene!!!!! Primatine was a one puff to the lungs that HELPED. By friday the attack was so bad my husband called 911 and I was in the hospital with the worst asthma attack I have ever had in my life. Just got home last night and still not 100% and probably won't be for a while to come. I am an over the counter type medicine person. Have used primatene for YEARS. I am always watchful about side effects of medications and all that and quite frankly adverse to taking them if avoidable, I know now that for the severity of my asthma that is not feasible anymore. I still feel that putting this product out there on the market as a "Replacement" for Primatene is wrong and misleading.
- posted on 2/21/2013 1:55:47 PM
it works, not as mobile as primastine, but comes with a carry bag which helps. gotta clean once a day and replace batteries just as often. $1 per vial gets pricey. but like i said, it works and thats all that matters. im sure they will improve it whithin a year or two

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Nephron Pharmaceuticals Corporation

Inhaled pharmaceutical preparations for the treatment of respiratory diseases and disorders

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On Tuesday, January 17, 2012, a U.S. federal trademark registration was filed for ASTHMANEFRIN by Nephron Pharmaceuticals Corporation, Orlando, FL 32811. The USPTO has given the ASTHMANEFRIN trademark serial number of 85518098. The current federal status of this trademark filing is REGISTERED. The correspondent listed for ASTHMANEFRIN is JOSEPH R. ENGLANDER of SHUTTS & BOWEN LLP, 200 E BROWARD BLVD STE 2100, FORT LAUDERDALE, FL 33301-1972 . The ASTHMANEFRIN trademark is filed in the category of Pharmaceutical Products . The description provided to the USPTO for ASTHMANEFRIN is Inhaled pharmaceutical preparations for the treatment of respiratory diseases and disorders.

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Serial Number: 85518098
Filing Date: 1/17/2012
Registration Number: 4235335
Registration Date: 10/30/2012
Goods and Services: Inhaled pharmaceutical preparations for the treatment of respiratory diseases and disorders
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Published For Opposition Date: 6/12/2012
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