Seroflo 250 inhaler | How to use | GenericCures

edited May 17 in Announcements

If you have never used a Seroflo 250 inhaler before, shake it thoroughly, point the mouthpiece away from you, and press the canister to emit four puffs into the air. The dose indicator will display the number "120", indicating the amount of puffs in the inhaler. Seroflo 250 inhaler is a medication used to treat people who have difficulty breathing due to asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). It includes two medications: fluticasone and salmeterol. Fluticasone is a corticosteroid that reduces inflammation in the airways, whilst salmeterol is a long-acting bronchodilator that opens up the airways in the lungs, making breathing easier.

Here's how to use the Seroflo 250 inhaler in easy language:

Prepare the inhaler: Remove the cap from the inhaler and shake vigorously. If it's your first time using it or you haven't used it in a while, you may need to prime it by spraying it into the air several times until a fine mist forms.

Breathe out: Hold the inhaler upright, placing your thumb on the base and your index and middle fingers on the top. Exhale softly to empty your lungs as much as possible.

Inhale the medicine: Place the inhaler's mouthpiece between your lips and close them to produce a tight seal. Begin breathing in slowly and deeply through your mouth, while simultaneously pressing down on the top of the inhaler to release one puff of medicine. Continue inhaling slowly and deeply until your lungs are full.

Hold your breath: Hold your breath for about 10 seconds, or as long as you feel comfortable, to allow the medication to penetrate deep into your lungs.

Breathe out: After you have held your breath, slowly and softly exhale away from the inhaler.

Repeat as necessary: If your doctor has prescribed more than one puff, wait about a minute before taking the next one.

Rinse your mouth: After using the inhaler, rinse your mouth with water to avoid irritation and fungal infections.

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