Ashtma / inhalers? to help?

Ashtma / inhalers? help? I was diagnosed with asthma about a year ago, I have a blue Ventolin Inhaler and a brown Clenil modulite 100 inhaler. I won...


Ashtma / inhalers? help?
I was diagnosed with asthma about a year ago, I have a blue Ventolin Inhaler and a brown Clenil modulite 100 inhaler. I wonder what the disc inhaler salmeterol are for, because a friend of mine has one, but not asthma, and my cousin has really bad Ashtma and has an orange slice inhaler, a blue inhaler, a brown inhaler and a white and green inhaler? does anyone know the uses for each of these? Thanks. XX Best Answer (s):

Answer by TJ
If you have asthma, is the blue ventolin inhaler your “rescue” inhaler. Ventolin works by binding to beta-2 receptors in the lungs, causing your lungs to expand passages so that you can absorb more oxygen. Basically the same way salmeterol ventolin work does, except that it is long-acting, which is why it regularly (or should one be). Although it is strange that you do not have a corticosteroid inhaler such as are usually in front of the LABA (long-acting beta-2 agonists), such as salmeterol is attempted prescribed. I can not answer, as it would be a breach of confidentiality to be, so I can not help you to identify them unless they say the name of medical inhalers. Questions to your friends and families inhalers


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