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Each participating school received a kit containing a 60-dose albuterol sulfate inhaler, 10 valved-holding chambers, a signed standing medical order, a standardized emergency protocol for albuterol use, and access to an online training curriculum and template resources, along with technical support.
Out of 113 study participants, 42 percent missed at least one critical step in their inhaler technique.
Poor inhaler technique is a common issue with traditional COPD inhalers, (32,33) and improper use of an inhaler is associated with an increased risk of emergency room (ER) visits, hospitalizations, and the need for corticosteroid treatment.
Conclusion: This study showed that proper use of metered dose inhaler device has a significant impact on the peak expiratory flow rate.
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One of the main concerns parents have is about steroid inhalers, and possible side effects.
Dr Matthew Jones, from the University of Bath, said: "These results show how important it is that health professionals make sure people can use any inhaler they prescribe.
"This tear could mean the inhaler doesn't give you all the doses your inhaler is meant to.
The Sleep Inhaler uses the same patented technology established on the SleepRight Intra-Nasal Breathe Aid and Vapor Inhaler to open the nose 58% to increase air flow and deliver a sustained-release, relaxing lavender scent, the company said.
M2 PHARMA-April 21, 2017-Teva makes a move for the asthma market after launching inhaler to rival GSK's
First, we aimed to evaluate the feasibility of collecting rescue inhaler use data in space-time using inhaler sensors.