Medications

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Asthma and General Lung Diseases
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Devices for Inhaled Medications

Inhaled medicines, or medicines that you breathe directly into the lungs, are an important part of treatment for chronic lung disease. When inhaled, the medicine quickly reaches the airways and less is absorbed into the bloodstream. There are a number of devices that deliver medicine directly to the airways.

Watch instructional videos that demonstrate how to properly use inhaled medications for asthma and other lung diseases. 

Metered-Dose Inhalers (MDI)

Play the video.Metered-Dose Inhaler
(Open Mouth Technique)

Play the video.Metered-Dose Inhaler
(Closed Mouth Technique)

Play the video.Aerochamber®

Play the video.Aerochamber® with Mask

Play the video.Autohaler®

 

Dry Powder Inhalers

Play the VideoAerolizer®

Play the VideoDiskus®

Ellipta™

Play the VideoFlexhaler®

Play the VideoHandihaler®

Neohaler®

Pressair™

Play the video.Twisthaler®

 

Nebulizers

Using a Nebulizer

Using a Nebulizer with a Mask


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