OptiHaler fits any lifestyle—it’s the spacer your patients will actually use. OptiHaler’s compact size and specially engineered shape make it easy for active asthma patients to get improved drug delivery—without having to carry a bulky valved holding chamber. So when you prescribe OptiHaler, you’re making sure that your patient’s asthma action plan fits into their lifestyle and just about everywhere else.
- The Expert Panel Report of the National Asthma Education and Prevention Program recommends the use of spacer devices to reduce or prevent adverse effects of aerosolized therapy, such as oral candidiasis (thrush).1
- Expanded channel capability to 55 total channels
- But for your patients to actually get the benefits of a spacer, they have to use it. Larger valved holding chambers can be bulky - and data shows that they get left behind up to 80% of the time.2
- OptiHaler combines many of the advantages of a larger valved holding chamber in a size that fits the active lifestyles of your patients.
Coordinates inhalation with medication release.
- OptiHaler also makes it easier to achieve proper MDI technique - every time.
- Patients begin breathing in and then actuate their canisters. OptiHaler does the rest. By encouraging correct MDI technique for consistent drug delivery.
- OptiHaler helps eliminate the problems patients have with timing. Its unique design limits the patient's air intake until the MDI is depressed - coordinating actuation of the canister with the beginning of inhalation.
Convenience promotes compliance.
- OptiHaler is smaller, more portable, and as effective as conventional spacers and holding chambers.3 Patients can even store their MDI canisters inside.
- Convenience promotes compliance - prescribe OptiHaler, and your patients will use it. And a spacer that's being used is considerably more effective than one that's left behind.
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