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Why is an inhaler always together with an AEROCHAMBER* spacer?

Use of a spacer is a simple and effective way to help improve the use of your inhaler. Spacers help to ensure that your medicine reaches your lungs where it’s needed and limits the amount that ends up in the back of the throat1.

People who use a valved holding chamber (VHC) such as AEROCHAMBER PLUS* FLOW-VU* chamber, with their inhaler have better control of their respiratory symptoms.2

To improve drug delivery, respiratory guidelines recommend the use of chambers when using metered dose inhalers or puffers in people of all ages.3,4

What is the right spacer for you?

Child
Adult / Adolescent
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AEROCHAMBER PLUS* FLOW-VU* Chamber

For use with your metered dose inhaler

Using an AEROCHAMBER PLUS* FLOW-VU* Chamber with your inhaler helps ensure your medicine is delivered where it is needed to work in your lungs4 and reduces the potential for side effects by limiting the amount of medication that ends up in your mouth.5 Fits all commonly prescribed metered dose inhalers (and soft mist inhalers).

Size: Adult Mouthpiece
MSRP $34.95 CAD
Other spacers that might interest you

If the Adult Mouthpiece spacer is not available, the Youth Mouthpiece is an alternative option. You may also want to consider an AEROCHAMBER2GO* chamber for use with your reliever inhaler medications while on-the-go.

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Step 1
Shake the inhaler and remove the inhaler and spacer caps.
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Step 2
Insert the inhaler into the backpiece of the chamber. Put the mouthpiece into mouth and close your lips around it to ensure an effective seal.
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Step 3

Exhale then press the inhaler once at the beginning of a slow inhalation. Inhale slowly and deeply through the chamber until a full breath has been taken. Hold your breath for 5-10 seconds before exhaling OR exhale and press the inhaler once at the beginning of a slow inhalation. Breathe in and out through the chamber for 2-3 breaths keeping lips sealed around the chamber mouthpiece.