he plastic dispenser has a dose indicator that tells you how many puffs are left. This indicator is color-coded. When less than 28 inhalations remain, it starts to turn red and you should plan to replace the inhaler.
You should not use your inhaler when the dose indicator reads “0” or turns completely red.
Before using your inhaler for the first time, if it has not been used for more than 3 days, if it has been dropped or if the orange cap remains open for more than 10 minutes, it must be “prepared” to ensure that works correctly and that dispenses the correct dose.
1. Shake before opening the orange cap;
2. Always keep the inhaler upright, open the orange cap as far as possible and then close it completely;
3. These steps must be performed 4 times.
You’re device is now ready to be used.
1. Shake it for 5 seconds
2. Hold the inhaler upright and open the orange cap completely.
3. Exhale until the lungs are empty
4. Keep your inhaler upright, place it on your mouth and inhale slowly and deeply.
5. Hold your breath for 5 to 10 seconds
6. exhale slowly and gently.
7. Hold upright and close the orange cap completely after each inhalation.
8. Clean the device with a dry cloth after each use.
9. Replace the lid, keeping it tightly closed.
10. Rinse your mouth with water after using the inhaler, do not swallow.