The technique for correctly using standard press and breath inhalers alone can be challenging in some patients, especially for children and the elderly. This is where a spacer chamber device can really help maximise the benefit of using an inhaler.
Quite often, inhalers can spray medication at high velocities, causing the medication to be deposited at the back of your throat or roof of your mouth, leading to a sub-optimal dose actually getting down in the lungs to work properly.
Powder residue deposited in the mouth may lead to side effects such as a sore throat or oral thrush in some patients.
EasyChamber spacee chamber can ensure optimal delivery of medication to the lungs in patients of all ages.
How to use a spacer device
Warnings and restrictions