Asthma inhaler use

Asthma inhaler use

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Caption: MODEL RELEASED. Asthma inhaler use. Young boy using a Seretide 100 accuhaler used to treat asthma. Seretide inhalers are not designed to treat serious bouts of asthma, but deliver a steroid drug that reduces inflammation in the lungs and reduces the chance of a serious asthma attack. It can also relieve minor wheezing, as it combines both preventative and reliever aspects of an inhaler. More serious asthma attacks still require a separate inhaler. Seretide is manufactured by GlaxoSmithKline, and is available in three strengths; Seretide 100, Seretide 250, and Seretide 500.

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