How to use an inhaler with Aerochamber

How to use an inhaler with Aerochamber

Remove the mouthpiece cover of the inhaler and the Aerochamber® Spacer. Shake the inhaler 4 to 5 times while holding it upright and insert into the flat end of the Aerochamber® Spacer. Breathe out fully as you comfortable can Wrap the mouthpiece of the spacer between your teeth without biting it and seal it with …

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how to use an inhaler with spacer

How to use an inhaler with spacer

Put the two parts of the spacer device together. Remove the mouthpiece cover of the inhaler. Shake the inhaler 4 to 5 times while holding it upright and insert into the flat end of the Volumatic® spacer. Breathe out fully as you comfortable can Wrap the mouthpiece of the spacer between your teeth without biting …

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how to use the handihaler

How to use the HandiHaler

Release the dust cap of the HandiHaler by pressing the green button on the side once. You then have to fully open the dust cap by pulling it upwards. You will see a chamber where the capsule gets placed. Open this chamber by pulling the mouthpiece upwards.Take one capsule, remove it from the blister pack …

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how to use the Easi breathe inhaler

How to use the Easi breathe inhaler

Hold the Easi-Breathe® inhaler upright without using your fingers to cover the air holes at the top of the inhaler device. Shake the Easi-breathe® inhaler Open the mouthpiece by removing the cap covering it. Breathe out away from the Easi-Breathe® inhaler Wrap and seal the mouthpiece with your lips and breathe in steadily and slowly …

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reasons for c section

Medical reasons for c section

Ever wondered if there were any medical reasons for c section? Continue reading to find out why your doctor may have advised you have a caesarean section. The mode of delivery of a baby is an area of anxiety for some pregnant women. Among Africans, having vaginal delivery is perceived as the ultimate proof of …

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how to Use the metered dose inhaler

How to use the Metered dose inhaler

Shake the inhaler very well and remove the cap Breathe out, away from your inhaler Wrap and seal the mouthpiece with your lips and breathe in steadily and slowly. Press the top of the canister down completely to release a dose as soon as you start breathing in. Continue to breathe in slowly but steadily …

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How to use the diskhaler

How to use the Diskhaler

Important notes about Diskhaler® The Diskhaler® pierces one blister of medicine at a time Store at 25°C (77°F) Always check the inside and outside of the mouthpiece to make sure it is clean and clear. Any foreign object in the mouthpiece could be inhaled and cause serious harm. Remove the cover of the mouthpiece. Check …

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how to use the zonda inhaler

How to use the Zonda inhaler

Pull the cap upwards. To open the mouthpiece, Hold the base of the Zonda® device firmly and pull the mouthpiece upwards. Take one capsule from the bottle, close the bottle tightly and put the removed capsule into the capsule-shaped compartment at the base of the inhaler. You should only remove this capsule immediately before use. …

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how to use the autohaler

How to use the Autohaler

Hold the Autohaler® upright and pull down the lip at the back to remove the cover of the mouthpiece. Shake the Autohaler®. Push the lever at the top of the Autohaler® up and leave it up. Ensure your hand does not cover the air vent at the bottom of the Autohaler®. Breathe out away from …

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how to use an aerolizer

How to use an Aerolizer

Remove the cover of the Aerolizer® Open it by turning the mouthpiece in the direction of the arrow. Insert the capsule in the base chamber of the Aerolizer® and rotate the mouthpiece to close it.  Press both buttons once. You should hear a click. Hold the inhaler horizontally while Keeping your head upright. Breathe out …

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