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Respiratory inhaled therapy 2: choosing an inhaler


The in check dial is the best device for measuring whether a patient can use a certain inhaler and should be used by all those who carry out COPD or Asthma reviews. It is produced independently of the companies who produce the medications, unlike the turbo whistle, limiting bias. Devices like the turbohaler are actually very hard to inhale to get correct deposition, most people struggle with this device epecially those with COPD. MDI with spacer or Accuhaler i find are the most efficient.

Posted date

16 January, 2010

Posted time

1:58 pm