Asthma Medications

Asthma is managed by using long-term control medicines everyday, and keeping quick relief medicines on-hand for symptoms or asthma attacks.

Below are basics overviews of each type of medicine as well as how-to infographics for specific types of inhalers.

Using Pulmicort Flexhaler

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Using Inhaler, no Spacer

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Long Term Controllers

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Using Asmanex Twisthaler

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Using Diskus

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Quick Relievers

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Using Inhalers with Spacers

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Using Inhaler, Spacer, & Mask

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