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What is a Inhaler used for?

Asthma inhalers are handy devices that are used to deliver medication into your lungs. These are basically used to treat asthma or COPD. Inhalers can easily be carried around in a pocket or a bag in case of emergencies. Metered dose inhalers are a type of inhalers that are commonly used to deliver reliever medication. These are breath-actuated inhalers i.e. the medicine is delivered into your lungs automatically as you breathe. Some inhalers encapsulate steroids that is used to treat inflammation while others may contain bronchodilators that opens up airways or a combination of both.

What is a Spacer?

A spacer is designed to create a temporary space that holds the medicine before it is inhaled. It attaches to the inhaler making it easier to use. Not all inhalers support spacers, so read the instructions carefully before use. Some spacers also come with masks for smaller children or someone who cannot breathe through a standard spacer. Spacers are made up of plastic and help to get the best out of MDIs (Metered Dose Inhalers). With a spacer it is easier to get the right amount of medicine directly into the lungs where it is required which means you end up using lesser medicine without wastage.

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How to use a Inhaler with a Spacer?

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Who should use an asthma Inhalers?

Spacers allow the medication get straight to where it is actually needed (in your lungs), with less medication ending up in other places such as your mouth and throat where it can lead to irritation or mild infections. A spacer makes it convenient to coordinate breathing in and pressing your puffer. Especially helpful for older individuals who lack the ability to do so.

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Medical Breathing – Asthma Inhalers

Taikhum Sadiq Apr 04,2016

An asthma inhaler is a device that delivers a specific amount of medication to the lungs, in the form of short doses of liquefied medicine that is usually self-administered by the patient via inhalation. It is the most commonly used

How To Measure Asthma?

Taikhum Sadiq Jul 06,2016

Exposure to asthma triggers on a daily basis can result in an inflamed airway in kids with asthma even when they're not having any specific kind of breathing problems. Airway inflammation increases over time, and results in unexpected flare-ups being

Know the Difference: Asthma and COPD

Ayush Henry Jun 11,2016

People with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) and Asthma are familiar with the common symptoms like coughing, wheezing and shortness of breath. It’s easy to mistake one condition for the other as they have one big thing in common: The

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An inhaler is a small, medical device designed to deliver medication into the lungs of a patient with respiratory problems. Inhalers are required by those suffering from asthma and with breathing problems due to nasal congestion, etc. It provides short-term relief from wheezing, breathlessness, and coughing spasms. Medicine is put into an inhaler and the user puffs on the inhaler. The medicine goes directly into the airways on breathing in for immediate relief.

A spacer, also referred to as a holding chamber, is a large plastic or metal device which enhances the use of an inhaler. It has a mouthpiece on one end and an opening at the other end to which the aerosol inhaler is connected.

  • Remove metal canister from the L-shaped plastic mouthpiece
  • Using warm water to rinse mouthpiece and cap  
  • Keep them out to air-dry overnight
  • The next day put the canister back inside and put cap on  
  • Rinsing other parts is not recommended

A metered dose inhaler, or MDI, is a device that supplies lungs with a specified amount of medication. This is delivered in short bursts of aerosolized medicine self-administered by the patient. A MDI is generally used in the treatment of asthma, chronic pulmonary and other respiratory diseases.

  1. Assemble spacer
  2. Remove cap from the bottom of inhaler
  3. Check counter of dose
  4. Hold inhaler straight and shake it
  5. Attach the inhaler into the opening at one end of the spacer
  6. Put the mouthpiece between the teeth and close lips to create a good seal
  7. Gently breathe out into spacer
  8. Keep spacer horizontally and press firmly over inhaler canister
  9. Breathe in and out for 3 or 4 normal breaths
  10. Remove spacer from mouth and breathe out gently
  11. Detach inhaler from spacer
  12. Put back cap on inhaler