Stiolto

(tiotropium / olodaterol)

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Helps you breathe easier.

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Our bottom line

Stiolto (tiotropium / olodaterol) improves breathing and reduces flare ups in people with COPD, but you must use it on a daily basis to keep your symptoms under control.

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    $476.45
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Quick facts about Stiolto
  • Drug class: Respiratory
  • Rx status: Prescription only
  • Generic status: No lower cost generic available

Upsides

  • Stiolto (tiotropium / olodaterol) reduces COPD flare-ups.
  • You can use Stiolto (tiotropium / olodaterol) safely for a long period of time.
  • Stiolto (tiotropium / olodaterol) is an inhaler and delivers medicine directly into your lungs so it gives you fewer side effects than oral medications.
  • Stiolto (tiotropium / olodaterol) is a soft mist inhaler and allows for more of the medicine to get into your lungs than with a metered-dose inhaler (MDI).
  • Stiolto (tiotropium / olodaterol) combines two different medicines into one inhaler for better control of COPD symptoms.
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Downsides

  • Stiolto (tiotropium / olodaterol) is not for treating sudden breathing problems or asthma symptoms.
  • You need to use Stiolto (tiotropium / olodaterol) everyday for it to be effective.
  • Stiolto (tiotropium / olodaterol) can potentially give you more side effects since it is made up of two different medicines.
  • Comes in brand name only, so it is expensive.
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How it works

Stiolto (tiotropium / olodaterol) is a combination of two medicines called bronchodilators. They both work together to relax the muscles around the airways to help you breathe easier every day.

Quick facts about Stiolto
  • Drug class: Respiratory
  • Rx status: Prescription only
  • Generic status: No lower cost generic available

Used for

  • Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)

Dosage forms

  • Inhaler
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What to expect when you take Stiolto (tiotropium / olodaterol) for COPD

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  • Possible side effects
  • Common cold symptoms
  • Cough
  • Back pain
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Side effect rates for Stiolto (tiotropium / olodaterol)

From 1029 clinical trials of Stiolto when taken for copd (2.5 mcg tiotropium/2.5 mcg olodaterol once daily)
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    12%12%
  • Cough
    4%4%
  • Back pain
    4%4%
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The placebo bar shows how common a side effect was for people taking a sugar pill instead of Stiolto.

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Risks and Warnings for Stiolto (tiotropium / olodaterol)

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    • Higher risk if:
    • Age 65 or older
    • Taking Stiolto (tiotropium / olodaterol) more that prescribed

    Some people using a LABA like Stiolto (tiotropium / olodaterol) have a higher risk for asthma-related death. However, this is rare. If you also have asthma, you should be on a separate long-term medicine to control asthma. Do not use Stiolto (tiotropium / olodaterol) to treat asthma or as a rescue inhaler.

    This is a black box warning. The FDA requires this warning when there is a significant risk of serious or life-threatening effects that anyone taking the drug should consider.

Means that some groups have a high risk of experiencing this side effect